The latest bike helmets by Giro, POC and iXS
Cruising the city in style
The Caden MIPS by Giro is a bike helmet that’s suitable in urban environments. In-mold production technology makes this helmet especially light while its polycarbonate shell is robust enough to withstand rough handling. Reflective elements ensure optimum visibility. The large opening at the back of the helmet fits a bicycle lock and makes it easy to lock your bike and helmet up together. A small removable visor protects your eyes from rain and wind.
The slim all-rounder
POC's new Omne Air SPIN is an all-round helmet suitable for road racers, gravel bikers and city cyclists. SPIN technology reduces rotational forces in oblique impacts and prevents damage to the brain. The 360° adjustment system makes sure this helmet fits any head shape. At 280 grams, the Omne Air SPIN is a lightweight.
Good things get even better
The Trigger AM is based on the well-known and award-winning Trail RS EVO. Equipped with a venting system with a total of 19 openings, the Trigger AM makes sure your head always gets enough cool air. The helmet shell has a sophisticated design and the visor has three adjustment settings, creating enough room for a goggle underneath. The fidlock magnet closure of the chinstrap can easily be operated with one hand while the Ergofit Ultra system offers three-step horizontal and vertical adjustment.
The helmet with two layers
Giro's latest racing bike helmet Aether MIPS combines low weight with maximum ventilation and the latest head protection technology. Equipped with the new MIPS Spherical, an advanced MIPS technology, a dual-density EPS foam liner is integrated into the helmet instead of a plastic shell. This helps manage e a wide range of impact energies, while also boasting deep internal channellng to provide cooling airflow. The AURA reinforcing arch runs through the helmet and provides extra protection.