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The new Switchblade™ MIPS helmet from is a downhill full face helmet with a removable chinbar. Everything about the Switchblade is optimized for the descent, and that’s why it’s certified to CPSC, EN-1078 and ASTM-1952-DH with and without the chinbar. The chinbar is easy to remove—just push the buttons under the chinbar, rotate up, and remove—and it’s just as easy to reinstall. The Switchblade MIPS features the new Roc Loc® Air DH fit system, which has a bumper around the dial to prevent accidental adjustments if your helmet contacts your backpack or neck brace—all while keeping you cool. When the chinbar comes off, Wind Tunnel cheek pad ventilation adds even more cooling power as you start to climb. Plus, the full-cut style gives this helmet an aggressive look and provides ASTM certified coverage even when the chinbar is removed. When your ride is all about descending, your helmet should be too, and the Switchblade MIPS is the only removable chinbar helmet that is truly built for the down.
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Comments about Giro Switchblade Mips Helmet:
I was coming off a Bell Super 2R helmet which was a nice helmet. It was light, highly ventilated but at the same time felt a little flimsy and not as strong as one would suppose a helmet should feel. I participate in Enduro races frequently and eventually when race day came, I would always choose for the safety and feel of a full face helmet over the Bell Super 2R. Now that I have been using the Giro Switchblade I have to say I am very very impressed. This helmet feels entirely like a FF helmet. Though heavier and less ventilated than the Bell Super 2R, this helmet feels like the real deal. It is just better built than the Bell and you feel ready to tackle DH trails with confidence. Negative's are less ventilation and a tad heavy, but not a deal breaker. The latch system is better than the Bell Super 2R. With just a bit of practice I can latch and unlatch the chin bar without removing the helmet. I never was able to do that with the Bell Super 2R. Bottom line: If you ride more on the faster/Riskier side of Mountainbiking and you like the adjustability of a chin bar removal system, this is a far better option than the Bell Super 2R.
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