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Keep a low profile and lay down some solid sessions.

With riders like Antti Autti, Andy Finch, and Gretchen Bleiler wearing the Giro Shiv Helmet, you know this skate-influenced brain bucket will protect your skull without making you look like an egg-headed tool. The interior sub-liner allows you to adjust the padding or remove it completely to make room for a beanie. Run your goggles on the inside for an even lower profile look.
  • In-mold shell construction reduces weight and overall bulk by fusing the outer shell with the impact-absorbing foam liner
  • Super Cool vents pull fresh air in and push heat out for better temperature regulation
  • Weatherstrip shields work to seal-off vents in extreme cold
  • Removable ear pads
  • Compatible with TuneUps systems

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5 5

Awesome helmet

I wrote a review on the Giro shiv, I'm not quite sure what is different about the Shiv2, but I figured the review may still be helpful to some so here it is.

I decided to try something new this year and I found a good deal on a Giro Shiv on SAC so I decided to pick it up. After an entire season I am a big fan of this helmet. I've never been a stickler about the vents really, I pulled out the "vent plugs" and they stayed out all year. I also pulled out all of the padding and earpads and wore a beanie underneath instead. Even though some say its bulky, I enjoyed the big fuzzy chinstrap. Really comfortable and no rubbing/irritation to speak of, although it does ice over pretty well on cold/blizzardy days, in which case I'm always wearing an artic yowie so its not a big deal. All in all, I haven't had any problems with this helmet and it has held up really well. I like the way it fits, and it doesn't stick up too high or give the dreaded bobblehead look (in my opinion). I've accompanied this review with a corny photo to show the fit of the helmet with smith I/O goggles.

Awesome helmet
5 5

Favorite Head Bucket Yet

Got a Giro Shiv 2 after checking out a bunch of other helmets that would look and fit well with a beanie. I rock a medium as an adult in matte black, pretty standard. It's the best fitting helmet. Bonus: doesn't make me look like a goof. I've taken a few falls this thing for sure saved me from a headache on and it just keeps on trucking. I don't use the pads and ear buds work perfectly. When I rock a GoPro, located almost directly in between the 2 front vents, it doesn't nod so far forward that it's a problem even on large jumps. Overall I love this thing and would recommend going to try one on before ordering.

how do you remove the ear peice off the...

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how do you remove the ear peice off the giro shiv helmet?

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they pull out with ease but don't fall out when you're riding, there's also a net inside that is velcro'd in and easy to remove.

does this helmet come with speakers for...

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does this helmet come with speakers for an ipod or have an area where you can put speaker/headphones inside the helmets ear straps?

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Yes it does. If you take out the earpieces there is a Velcro closure at the top where you can insert Audio drop-ins. Giro sells Skullcandy drop-ins made for their helmets on their site. but a Skullcandy Home-brew kit would do the same. The wire will run out through holes at the bottom of the earpieces. What I did last season with my Giro helmet was I put earbuds into those holes and that works great too.

5 5

low pro

I love this helmet because it fits "low" on my head, i.e., not sticking way up like a bubble-head. It's light, has perfect venting, and I just take out the liner and the earflaps and wear a hat underneath for perfect warmth and temperature regulation.