$60.00 - $70.00
The Dime is a kid-sized version of Giro's rugged Quarter adult helmet so it has all of the same great features – an EPS liner for impact management, a tough outer shell, riveted webbing anchors and plush, sweat absorbent pads that are easy to swap for dialing in the fit. Another standout feature – the polyurethane coating helps to protect the EPS liner from daily wear and tear.
The Hale MIPS stays cool in any situation. It's made with Giro's simple and easy-to-adjust Roc Loc Sport MIPS fit system, which offers a large adjustment range to provide a secure fit for growing kids. It comes with a removable visor, too, and features the same In-Mold construction technology as Giro's best adult models, which bonds the shell to the helmet for a lightweight, durable design. And of course it comes in a range of fun, kid-friendly colors! The Hale MIPS also includes a seamless integrated Multi-Directional Impact Protection System, which can redirect energy and provide more protection in certain impacts.
$35.00 - $45.00
The Scamp is packed with amazing features, including some of the same elements found in Giro's best adult helmets, all in a smaller package designed to fit your child. The all new Roc Loc Jr. fit system with pinch-guard buckle provides an easy way to fit your kid’s helmet quickly and securely. With a wide size range, your child can use this helmet as they grow from balance bikes to training wheels. The design is inspired by the adults’ Montaro/ Montara, and since the Scamp is available in a range of kid-friendly colors and designs, your child will be excited to wear it every time they ride.
When every curb is a jump and every patch of dirt screams for a skid, the Tremor MIPS is there to keep smiles wide. Featuring some of the best technologies from Giro's adult line, like In-Mold construction for reduced weight and enhanced durability, and their acclaimed Roc Loc Sport system for fast, secure fit adjustments, the Tremor is ready for any ride. Tremor MIPS models also include an integrated Multi-Directional Impact Protection System (MIPS), which can redirect energy and provide more protection in certain impacts, providing the latest in head protection technology for junior riders.
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