Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Take the skate style to the slopes with the coolly brimmed Giro Kids' Vault Helmet. Your kid has attitude and a lot of fun; put some protection on that strong head with something that fits your ripper's style. The Vault's bold design and cool graphics house serious hard-shell protection without compromise. Precision fit, ample ventilation, and accommodating removable earpads make it so comfy your ski star will forget it's even there.


CLOSEOUTS . With a brimmed, skate-inspired design and the dial-controlled In Form fit system, Giro's Vault ski helmet encourages a quick escape to the terrain park or trees. Available Colors: BLUE PAUL FRANK SKIS, DOODLE GIRL, ORANGE CAMO, PINK PAINTBRUSH, RED RASTA WINNI, BLACK, MATTE BLUE ROCKSTEADY, BRIGHT CORAL, PURPLE FADE. Sizes: S, M.

- Sierra Trading Post

In Form fit system adjusts up to 3.5 cm with the turn of a knob to provide a comfortable, stable fit, even as your child grows. Hard-shell construction consists of a rugged plastic shell that's laminated to an EPS foam liner, complying with ASTM F 2040 and/or CE EN 1077 Alpine ski and snowboard helmet safety standards. Six Super Cool vents let cool air in and push warm, stale air out. Soft removable ear pads won't compromise hearing. Imported.

- L.L.Bean

The boys' Giro Vault snow helmet matches your budding skier's moves with a skate-inspired design and a glare-cutting brim.


Sleek and skate-inspired with a brim to cut the glare. The Vault by Giro delivers style and an unsurpassed fit for comfort that lasts from first chair powder to endless afternoon park laps.


Giro Vault

previously retailed for:
$29.98 - $64.99

The Giro Vault is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen October 17, 2016 at Sierra Trading Post.

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