We were as shocked as anyone when some of the pro teams came out for the start of some big-name races wearing a helmet that looked a little...well, retro. Unconventional even. Not that there was anything wrong with it, but the Giro Air Attack Race helmet was a little unconventional. Well, after the way it's performed in every race from the Tour de France to Cyclocross World Championships, nobody is having any second thoughts. In order to create one of the most aerodynamic, wind cheating helmets ever, the Giro engineers had to start thinking out the box. Way out of the box. They redesigned the entire shape of the helmet so it would need fewer vents, which means less surface area to snag the wind, while still keeping your head cool. And they gave the back a more rounded shape so that air would flow smoothly off the back. It's perfect for bike riding in all disciplines, especially those who need a big dose of free speed.
Compact shape makes it most comfortable and less obtrusive to wear
Lightweight construction means it won't weight down on your head
Super-aerodynamic design slices through the wind
Wind Tunnel ventilation keeps cool air flowing over your head
Super Fit Engineering helps you find the perfect fit
X-static padding keeps funky bacteria and odors away
In-mold construction for a strong, durable and lightweight helmet
Roc Loc Air retention system for enhanced comfort and stability
Embedded magnets for optional optical shield attachment
Giro Air Attack Race Helmet
Roc Loc Air
Small 20-21.75", Medium 21.75-23.25", Large 23.25-24.75"