Compact, Cool & Durable Giro's Phase is perfect for daunting climbs and rock-strewn ribbons of singletrack with 22 large vents that offer impressive ventilation and are designed to direct air through the helmet to push the warm, stale air out. It's easy to see why the Phase is so popular with one glance at its features which include its Snap-Fit 2 Visor, Roc Loc (R) 5 Fit System and In-Mold Construction. Its Acu Dial 2 delivers you with the convenience of a single-handed adjustment with a brilliant fit and feel. Not only is Giro's Acu Dial 2 slim, but it is also durable and compatible with a ponytail. The Phase also features Giro's Super Fit Engineering which is based on "human scale factors" and uses every little bit of knowledge obtained from their 25 years of experience crafting helmets for the world's best riders, supplying you with the ultimate fit. With three different sizes the Giro Phase fits 98% of the world's population while still looking and feeling like it was custom made just for you. Comfortable Ventilated Lightweight Suggested Use - Recreational MTB, MTB Trail Ride, Touring, Urban/Commute Features - Snap-Fit 2 Visor Construction - In-Mold - EPS Liner, Polycarbonate Shell Fit System - Acu Dial 2 Ventilation - 22 vents
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Nowadays Giro are one of the largest helmet (and other cycling apparel) manufacturers in the world. They began life in the garage of Jim Gentes in 1985, California; his aim was to create a lightweight yet safe helmet, and from this goal the Giro Prolight was created. In 1994 the famous Roc-Loc system was launched, to keep the helmet in the correct position, maintaining comfort and safety. It enabled the wearer to fine tune the position of the helmet, helping to ensure a custom fit for every rider. Throughout it's history Giro has strived to create functional yet safe products, which also appear cool to encourage riders to use them. Sometimes it pays off (the Air Attack and the Xen) and sometimes not (The Fat Hat). Other innovations include the Aerohead, which helped win Greg Lemond the Tour de France by 8 seconds, and the Switchblade with removable facial protection. Nowadays Giro produce a line of cycling gloves, introduced in 2008, shoes (2010) and clothing lines (2013). In recent years Giro have introduced MIPs technology to their higher end helmets, helping to reduce the crash impact on a wearer's head and neck.
For more information about Giro, please visit their homepage, or a detailed guide to their history their Wikipedia page is here.