Giro Syntax MIPS Road Helmet (Matte Black) (S)

Giro Syntax MIPS Road Helmet (Matte Black) (S)
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The Giro Syntax MIPS Helmet is known for it's relentless performance and style. Syntax MIPS combines a touch of European flair with slightly deeper coverage and high-performance features, all tucked into a very slim design. The outer shell is molded from a tough polycarbonate that is fused permanently to the EPS foam liner using Giro's In-Mold construction process to enhance durability and ventilation without excess bulk. The fit is luxurious and secure, thanks to Giro's highly adjustable Roc Loc 5 Air MIPS system that allows you to customize fit/feel for great stability and long-range comfort. Another benefit is integrated MIPS which can provide an added measure of protection from rotational forces in the event of an angled impact.

  • Wind tunnel vents with internal channeling
  • Four-piece polycarbonate interlocking hardbody shell
  • Full hardbody wrap
Vents: 25
Certification: CPSC Bicycle
Fit System: ROC LOC 5 air MIPS

This product was added to our catalog on October 16, 2019

Verified Owner
Thursday, Jun 11 2020 (5 months ago)
Giro Syntax MIPS Road Helmet (Matte Black) (M)
I absolutely love it .very snug .Everyone ask where I bought it and how much so it's a good helmet.
Verified Owner
Saturday, Sep 21 2019 (about a year ago)
Giro Syntax MIPS Road Helmet (Matte Black) (M)
I debated between this Giro and a similar priced Bell Helmet. I usually wear Bell, but wanted to try something different. My last helmet wasn't a MIPs and I wanted the extra protection which both of my choices had. The Giro does weight quite a bit more then my non-MIPs Bell, but I assume that I'll get used to that. The other downside I found was that sweat poured down my face on my first test ride which was a major disappointment (The similarly priced Bell boasted a sweat channel). Hopefully, I'll get the helmet dialed in and it will give me years of comfortable protection.