Giro Register MTB Helmet
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Giro Register Helmet
The Register (TM) helmet combines sleek design and lightweight construction with features that complement your style, on the road or trail.
Made with InMold Construction technology in a comfortable Universal Fit (TM) size, and equipped with our convenient Roc Loc (R) Sport system, the Register adjusts with a simple turn of the dial so you can customise the fit in seconds. A range of colours from mild to wild lets you choose exactly how your on-bike style comes together to create a helmet that looks and feels like it was made for you.
Features: Removable Quick Link visor Quick-dry padding Compact shape Full Hardbody (TM) shell Reflectivity Construction: In-mold polycarbonate shell with EPS liner Fit System: Roc Loc (R) Sport Ventilation: 22 vents.
|Register Helmet Specification|
|Helmets Spec||22 vents|
|Colour||Black, Blue, Red, White|
As far as I'm aware this product is currently out of stock - however it was originally for sale at Merlin Cycles. Below are their current UK delivery costs:
Standard Delivery FREE for items over £20 and £2.99 for items under £20. Bulk Orders (Bikes, Frames & Wheels etc) £19.99. Full details on Merlin Cycles' P&P charges can be found here.
Please note - I regularly update these charges, but shipping policies do change - Please ensure they are correct before completing a purchase.
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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.