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Breakthrough comfort meets no-brainer safety in the Giro Seam Helmet. Giro has been making heads safe for years, and the Seam’s impact-absorbing polycarbonate shell and foam liner still do the trick when you lose an edge in your favorite stash of trees. Insurance aside, Giro’s innovations in ventilation will encourage you to wear this brain-bucket in all weather, especially on warm days when the snow is bulletproof.
  • Thermostat control on the outside of the helmet lets you instantly change the airflow to fit your comfort level
  • Super Cool Vents suck in much needed cool air when you�re charging hard all day
  • Stack vent prevents goggle fog so you can relax on the chairlift and take in the scenery
  • In Form Fit System lets you easily fine-tune the helmet to fit your uniquely sized melon
  • X-Static antimicrobial padding adds teddy bear comfort to keep your ears toasty
  • TuneUps audio system compatible (sold separately)

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Whats the best way to get earbuds into the...

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Whats the best way to get earbuds into the helmet on the Giro Seam? On the outside pocket or inside the ear flap?

4 5

Not too Shabby

I borrowed this in a size small for my 5 year old and it actually worked well. He did have to wear a thick beanie underneath to fit snug but what can I say it's an adult helmet. Anyway, helmet was comfortable and the strap was easy to adjust, also has a good amount of vents so you can get some air flowing.

5 5

Great fit...

still feels like I should be on a hog with a CHiPs uniform every time I put it on but a greta fit on my fat head. Good vents and I like the visor. Just wish they would have offered a few more colors. It is a luxury helmet and worth the coin IMO.

5 5

Giro Seam Helmet Review

i'm very happy with this helmet. The sizing chart is dead-on. The multiple adjustments for tilt and tightness worked great for my head (oval shape). I also bought Giro goggles so the combined fit was perfect. The selectable vent was nice and easy to open while riding and hiking, and it was easy to close when resting or riding the chair. The impact resistance seems pretty good, too - protected well during a few good crashes and when I underestimated how low some branches were. I have not used the headphone set-up so no opinion there.

Chamonix, France - Seam

Chamonix, France - Seam

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Not all jumps end up the way you plan them

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Great picture... !!! Is there a great story to go along with this picture ??

camera or ear buds

camera or ear buds

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no problem securing a camera mount or ear buds into the seam helmet!

Dial in for great fit

Dial in for great fit

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love the dial that Giro has. much easier then other devices on other brands

5 5

Wish I bought sooner

I have been skiing for 19 years without a helmet and never thought I needed one. I tried out a friends at the end of last season, and was hooked. It keeps your head nice and warm, has adjustable vents on top which i also use hold my helmet cam. ear flaps also have small space for ear buds. I just came back from Colorado. it was -3 at the base without the wind and all i needed for my head was a light weight Balaclava under the helmet and my Zeal Dominator Goggles. I never felt the wind or cold.
I love the dial that Giro uses for a nice snug fit. The vent on brim on the Seam is also nice because I could not fog my goggles up.
I will post pictures of the dial and how i placed my ear buds inside ear flaps.

Wish I bought sooner
4 5

Say no to Shell Shock

I've been using this helmet for a little over a year and have been very impressed. I haven't had to test it for protection purposes, thankfully but it is pretty robust. The helmet fits very well, and dials in for a precise fit. If it's cold out and you want to wear a thin toque or a balaclava it adjusts enough to allow it underneath. I dropped off a star only because it lets a little wind in at high speeds, though it's really only noticeable below -20C/-10F.
I was never a helmet guy, and my girlfriend bought me this as a present and it keeps my head warmer than any toque/hood ever could.

5 5

Nice helmet - check the fit!

5 stars for features and quality, 4 stars for fit, check your melon.

The helmet is very well made, with great features. I haven't had any of the same rattles or cold issues that some people report. Vent slider is totally solid and blocks the wind as you'd expect. Adjustment dial is key for the perfect fit and it delivers - and is easy to adjust with gloves on when necessary. Anti-static liner is nice bonus. Low profile shape fits great with a hood (Beta AR) and the brim accommodates most goggles.

My only complaint is that the shell is a little wide for me and leaves a slight gap over the ears.

5 5

Warm and comfy

My primary metric for judging equipment is how much I have to think about or fuss with my gear while I'm out skiing. If I ski all day and never really think about my gear, then I'm pretty satisfied with it. This helmet passes with flying colors. I put it on, open the vents for the downhill, close them up to keep warm on the lift, and don't really think about it otherwise.

It's warm with the vents closed but cool enough for sunny spring skiing when you take out the earpieces and open the vents. It's comfortable and doesn't seem to get funky (I have worn mine for about 40 days of resort skiing). I haven't had any problems with loose earpieces or rattling vents. I'm not sure what else to say. Recommended.

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Wondering if the black color helmut is stays cool enough in warm spring sun and temperatures. Or, should I get the white color to better reflect the sun off?

5 5

Great Helmet

I just got back from my first trip with this helmet and it is a great helmet. I have never worn a helmet but after urging from my wife I finally got one. I did a lot of research and finally settled on the Giro Seam. I am not disappointed. My head stayed warm during some snowy days in Colorado and the helmet is so light that I could barely feel it on my head. The price is a little steep but well worth it.

4 5

The Winner

Compared the Seam against the Smith Optics Variant and Smith Optics Vantage. No two heads are the same shape, and for mine, the Seam fit like a glove. Both Smith options put pressure on the centerline of my head, and just were plain not as comfortable.

Skied the Seam in sub-zero Montana weather last week, and combined with an under armour balacava, was toasty warm.

Only complaint: the ear pads are not adjustable, and these hit my left ear in a way that was painful after a day of skiing. Problem seemed to go away after a few days' use. Could have been more a problem with the balacava than the helmet.

I had no "noise" issues as described by others.

Great helmet.

4 5

Matte Pewter

The Matte Pewter Helmet I recieved today, does not look like the one pictured on this website. It looks like all the other ones, no audio references. Nice Helmet.

Matte Pewter
4 5

Good for all day riding, but wear protection

I upgraded from a banged up G9 and find the Seam more comfortable over my ears. The twist adjustment knob and padded chin strap are also nice enhancements, however my only complaint is my head would become SUPER cold bombing down runs with the vents closed. I fiddled around with the helmet and couldn't get it sorted, maybe air was blasting in the gap between my (Zeal) goggles and the helmet.

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Curious which Zeal goggles you have. I just got a pair, and am now seeking a helmet that will work well with them.

2 5

Comfortable but rattles and earpiece won't stay in

I like the helmet but for $160 I have two complaints: #1 - the helmet rattles. #2 the right earpiece will not stay in no matter what I do. Am I expecting too much for a $160 helmet?

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I have not had any problems with my ear flaps or havent noticed rattling noises...

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a couple well placed pieces of duct tape take care of the rattling

2 5

Comfortable but rattles and earpiece won't stay in

I like the helmet but for $160 I have two complaints: #1 - the helmet rattles. #2 the right earpiece will not stay in no matter what I do. Am I expecting too much for a $160 helmet?

Alright, I just got my new Seam helmet,...

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Alright, I just got my new Seam helmet, and I can't figure out how to take the earflaps out. Ya, I've tried pulling hard straight down with no success. Anybody have any tricks or tips on how to do so? Or do I just go find some super ripped guy and ask him to pull them down?

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Pull down hard and back and forth slightly. Don't worry you can't break them.

4 5

Not Bad!

I borrowed this in a size small for my 5 year old and it actually worked well. He did have to wear a thick beanie underneath to fit snug but what can I say it's an adult helmet. Anyway, helmet was comfortable and the strap was easy to adjust, also has a good amount of vents so you can get some air flowing.

4 5

Protects the Noggin!

Used this while doing some backcountry winter sports. Protects and insulates the head quite well. The only thing I needed was a face piece to protect my face from the cold. If that's not a factor and you just need a helmet for skiing and what not, then this is the helmet for you!

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