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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Giro's G9 page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

In-mold helmet designing gives Giro's G9 Jr youth helmet a featherweight shell and high performance EPS liner that balances weight and performance. On-the-fly adjustable fit and a wide peripheral cut that matches up to goggles makes this an easy helmet to wear through the day and into night carving.

- Mountain Gear

This Giro helmet for kids is as comfy as they come. PRODUCT FEATURES: Super Cool vents pull fresh air in and push heat out for better temperature regulation In-mold shell construction reduces weight and overall bulk by fusing the outer shell with the impact-absorbing foam liner Removable vent plugs Removable ear pads

- Appalachian Outdoors

The Giro G9 Jr Helmet has all the technology of the adult helmets, so rest assured knowing your little grom will be protected as a first-timer in ski school or when shredding with the big kids in the park. With colors and graphics that appeal to younger tastes, this helmet won't incite your kid to have a fit when you ask him or her to put it on. In Form adjustment system allows you to get the ideal fit with the turn of a dial

- Backcountry.com

With the same attention to detail as the adult version, the G9 Jr. delivers a refreshed classic with graphics and colors just for young riders. With the same In Form fit system as the adult model, this could be the most comfy youth helmet ever made.

- CampSaver.com

Giro Kids' G9

MSRP:
$80.00

The Giro Kids' G9 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 15, 2013 at Mountain Gear.

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