Giro Nine Helmet 2018

$99.95 - $100.00
Giro Nine Helmet 2018, Matte Black, 600
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Overview

Ventilation: Adjustable - ability to adjust for more, less or no air

Adjustable - ability to adjust for more, less or no air

Adjustability: Full - total adjustability to maximize comfort and stability

Full - total adjustability to maximize comfort and stability

Shell Construction: In-Mold - thin hard plastic outer shell with EPS foam inner

In-Mold - thin hard plastic outer shell with EPS foam inner

Audio: Audio Compatible - compatible with after-market audio system

Audio Compatible - compatible with after-market audio system

 

The Giro Nine is always a best-selling helmet for snow sports. First because it is an incredible value, second, because it is loaded with features. The lightweight In-Mold Construction is very lightweight without any compromise to safety. Thermostat Control allows you to regulate your temperature by opening the vents with the switch on top of the helmet to let moist, warm air out, and cooler air in. Vertical Tuning gives you the ability to adjust the forward lean of the nine for that perfect fit for your goggles, but that is not necessary if you wear Giro Goggles, because the Nine is seamlessly compatible with all Giro Goggles. The In-Form Fit System provides up to 6cm of adjustability for a safe and secure fit. If you are looking for an economic helmet that works with any ski outfit or style, find out why the Giro Nine is always a top-seller today.


  • Thermostat Control
  • Stack Ventilation
  • In Form Fit System
  • In-Mold Construction
  • Seamless Compatibility with all Giro Goggles
  • Vertical Tuning
  • SM-52-55.5cm
  • MED-55.5-59cm
  • LG-59-62.5cm
  • XL-62.5-65cm

 

Specifications
Category  Half Shell Audio  Audio Compatible Brim/Visor  Yes
Ventilation  Adjustable Custom Fit Adjustment  Full Shell Construction  In-Mold
Certifications  ASTM F2040-11 / CE EN1077 Special Features  In Form Fit System Warranty  Lifetime
Model Year  2018 Model Number  7051978 Product ID  351455
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Helmet does what was promised at reasonable price; deliver took 10 (11?) days and was a day late; my experience with Fedex is that is typical UPS usually delivers at least ad day early. Other than that happy with purchase.
 
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This helmet is really hard to beat for the price. It is comfortable to wear all day and is actually pretty warm. The molded construction really gives it that lightweight feeling and the inside padding is very comfortable and soft.
 
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I had not ever worn a helmet while skiing. I decided to start wearing one this year and bought the Giro Nine. I was pleasantly surprised with the experience. This helmet was very versatile. Temperatures were below zero on the coldest da...Read More
 
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Q: Are the ear pads removable in warmer weather?
Asked : Sep 20, 2016
By : Bradders, Philadelphia PA
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A: Yes, the ear pads are removable making the helmet great for spring ski sessions!
Answered : Sep 21, 2016
By : Chris
Q: Do other OTG goggle brands fit this helmet as well as the Giro OTG goggles ? Thanks
Asked : Jan 13, 2016
By : Greg, NSW Australia
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A: You will have no issue wearing this helmet with any brand of OTG goggles.
Answered : Jan 13, 2016
By : Chris
Q: Is the surface cover sturdy enough to hold a Go Pro mount?
Asked : Dec 20, 2014
By : George, Merritt island Florida
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A: It would depend on the mount but this might not be the best choice. The Giro Edit helmet, which is a bit more expensive, offers a built in GoPro mount giving you a secure and hassle free connection. I recommend going with a helmet set up for the GoPro id you plan on doing a lot of filming, it will be worth it in the end.
Answered : Dec 22, 2014
By : Chris
 
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