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Huck for the best, dress for the worst.

A full-faced design like the Giro Remedy S Comp Helmet protects the hardest charger who seeks out exposed, rocky terrain to test body and skills to the limit. Double-drops, mandatory airs, and giant mountain faces are what you seek, but contrary to what the tourists think, you do have a brain. Protect it from that inevitable rag-doll and potentially deadly head-to-buttress collision. The Remedy S Comp’s fiberglass and EPS foam stands up to your abuse, even if you face-plant on an over-rotated front flip. The flow-through construction’s eight vents with Weatherstrip let in air (but not snow) to keep your hot head cool and dry, while the removable visor shades your eyes from sun. The liner is also removable and washable so the helmet lasts as long as your knees or big-mountain career.

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4 5

Good Helmet

Great helmet for the price. Its definatley a little bit big, but it has great protection for 120 dollars rather than 400 dollars. Go with a smaller size on this one cause hats will not work. They get in the way so much with this helmet. Its not that cold of a helmet.

4 5

Extra Protection

I bought this after breaking my last hemlet on a nasty encounter with a tree while skiing. Definitely has extra protection.

You'll need a skull cover because it's not a warm helmet.

I have several pairs of goggles, they all fit.

It does limit my neck movement a bit while wearing my pack. It's a large helmet, it comes down lower in the back and on the sides.

Broke the visor on day one but I don't really care as it's not functional anyway.

Will definitely put this one before doing anything stupid.

Does it tend to fit on the bigger or smaller...

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Does it tend to fit on the bigger or smaller side? I am right in between sizes by the measurements.

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Go for the smaller size. It's definatley a bit bigger. And wearing a hat with a full face is insanley annoying. If you try to lift you helmet off then your hat comes with it. Go with a smaller size.

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my son just had surgery on his nose 3 weeks...

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my son just had surgery on his nose 3 weeks ago
Will this protect his nose?

5 5

cool for full face

Great ventalation for a full face helmet. I wear mine on longer less-intense downhill freerides and its great. all my googles fit great with them as well. (Smith phenom, von zipper feenom, oakley a frame, smith intakes) almost too many vents when it gets cold, take a skullcap for extra cold days

4 5

DH North Shore

I use this helmet on the North Shore mountain biking.Fits well and solid,
I dropped it the first day I used it and busted the visor.Just ride without
the visor now.

I own another remedy for mountain biking,...

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I own another remedy for mountain biking, is this the same helmet? or what are the differences?

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The snow version has a little less ventilation than the dirt one to help keep snow out and warmth in.

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I honestly don't know if there is a difference. No single store sells the two versions of the Remedy helmet, but I know that the Remedy S isn't safety-approved for cycling, which seems odd considering that they are made of the same stuff.

5 5

Good investment, keeping your brain intact

I bought the Remedy at the beginning of the season, having had a close call last year. I am very fortunate to have job that permits me with the ability to be outside regularly and the resources to enjoy it. With the desire to keep my brain (and job) intact, I went with the full-face helmet. Now with a full season of using it, I am very happy with the purchase. After the first day with the Remedy, I no longer notice it (it is not heavy), have no issues with fogging goggles, and seem to be even warmer when the wind begins to blow. Only one smart*** remark so far ("Lookit! Daryl Earnhardt is skiing today"), but most skiers on the chair seem to be genuinely interested in the difference b/t full face and the regular ski helmets. Helmet use should be a personal choice, but if you want to protect everything in your head, this is a great selection. Just a bonus that it can be used for mtn biking in the off-season.

I have fallen multiple times and had too...

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I have fallen multiple times and had too many near misses on the jaw bone, so am looking for full face helmet. Question is, I read a lot of reviews complaining about fogging of the goggles when catching your breath. Is anyone aware of a full face helmet that is designed to avoid this?

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this one isn't. I love mine but that is a problem for me snowmobiling, but not mountain biking when wearing sunglasses.

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They definitely fog up a lot easier than most helmets, because your breath gets pushed back up. I use to bring two pairs of goggles, but I recently bought the Smith Phenom Turbos(the little electric fan) That seems to solve the fogging issue.

Im thinking of buying this helmet, but is...

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Im thinking of buying this helmet, but is a bit unsure about the size. My head measure is 57cm and i like to have a, relatively, tight fit. Should I go for the Medium or the Small one?
Live in europe, so dont want to order the wrong size.

Thanks for any answers!

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Have you considered trying to find a local shop with the helmet so that you can try it on? At the very least try and locate an other giro helmet and try those on and see what size fits. Generally the same manufacture has all of their helmets fit the same.
If you cannot do that...it seems like the sizing chat would suggest you get a medium(55-59cm).

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Cant find a store nearby who have the helmet, so therefore the question.
Thank you for the answer tho :)

i was wondering what googles will fit this...

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i was wondering what googles will fit this helmet? i have a pair of oakley wisdoms and they fit but dont fit!

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Basically, almost any goggle will work with this helmet, including the Wisdoms. That said, they are definitely one of the worst option, for any helmet. The hooks on the sides of the goggles make fitting very difficult. Some other goggles I would suggest are the Smith I/O (personal favourite), Phenom, or Prodigy, Oakley Crowbar or A-Frame (if you want to keep it Oakley), or any Electric, Von Zipper, Dragon. These are just a few, but all have a design that will work for this helmet.

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Crowbars are the way to go...or the new Oakley splices should work too since they are extremely similar to the crowbars.

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the best ones would be Crowbars, or POC Cornea also look sic

i was wondering what googles will fit this...

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i was wondering what googles will fit this helmet? i have a pair of oakley wisdoms and they fit but dont fit!

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Basically, almost any goggle will work with this helmet, including the Wisdoms. That said, they are definitely one of the worst option, for any helmet. The hooks on the sides of the goggles make fitting very difficult. Some other goggles I would suggest are the Smith I/O (personal favourite), Phenom, or Prodigy, Oakley Crowbar or A-Frame (if you want to keep it Oakley), or any Electric, Von Zipper, Dragon. These are just a few, but all have a design that will work for this helmet.

4 5

go small on size

Temps are falling, but no snow yet, so I haven't skied since I received this helmet in the mail, thus I can only review the apparent construction (bomber, as Giro helmets always are) and fit. Since fit is arguably the most important aspect of any helmet, I have to recommend going smaller than the size chart recommends--I measure out as a Large, but as I found with my G10 MX, the Remedy S Comp also runs larger than it is supposed to and I had to return the Large for a Medium. The Medium fits perfectly, and since I went with the Matte Grey color, I hopefully won't look TOO much like Darth Vader or an F-16 pilot when I'm using this helmet with my avalung...will update when I've had some experience riding with this bucket. But as long as my face and skull remain intact, it's doing its job and I'm happy!

In my effort to become familiar with breathing through my avalung and getting the mouthpiece into my mouth reflexively, I tried out the Remedy S Comp with the avalung around the house for a little while today. Unfortunately, the jaw of the Remedy is close enough to the mouth that the (rather large) mouthpiece of the avalung only barely fits, and there really isn't a comfortable place for the mouthpiece to "hang out" while I'm riding the chair, standing in line, etc. I'm sure I'll deal, but it is shaping up to be a less-than-ideal combo.

This helmet fits very well with the Smith Regulator goggle. I ordered a pair of Giro Roots yesterday, so I'll update when I have evaluated their fit, but expect it to be perfect since Giro products are designed to work together.

4 5

Saftey First

Alright i was sick of hurting my face skiing, so i bought this helmet. People may say things to you about it, but tell them to fuck off. If you think your going to be landing on your face or having your knees hit you in the face on a somewhat regular basis then buy the helmet. Its pretty comfy, and surprisingly warm. One bummer is that if you take a good fall in powder sometimes snow will become trapped right around your face, and it makes you feel like your suffocating, but its all right. The other bummer is the visor(you have to have the visor otherwise you look silly)breaks quite a bit and their usually $15, I broke mine three times in two seasons. Great helmet for saftey, and it looks funny when you blow smoke out of it.

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the first 3 sentences of this review are awesome! i broke my nose on a rail 3 weeks ago, and am going to switch over to full face helmets cuz being a chick with a busted face is no fun.

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My nephew knocked out his top front 6 teeth along with part of his upper mandible dirt biking. Not comparing motoing to skiing/riding, he demolished his dirt helmet, but the point is, 5 years, 6 surgeries, and $60000 later his teeth are replaced. I ride a full face helmet just for that reason. Protect your teeth.