Description

The hardest part of cutting a DIY ski video isn't the filming any more.

Don't miss an opportunity to capture a video of face shots flung from an unexpected stash because you forgot an attachment clip for your POV camera. The Giro Edit Helmet features an integrated camera mount, designed to work with a GoPro camera, that's perfect for easy attachment and low-profile when the camera is not on the helmet. The helmet's in-mold construction, Super Cool vents with Thermostat Control and Stack Ventilation, and Trip Clip helmet carry system make The Edit the lightest full-featured helmet Giro's ever made.

  • In-mold construction fuses a tough outer shell with the impact-absorbing foam, saving weight
  • Integrated camera mount allows you to easily attach and remove GoPro camera
  • Roc Loc 5 Fit system lets you fine-tune the fit in seconds
  • Super Cool vents pull cool, fresh air into the helmet while pushing out heat and stale air
  • Stack ventilation in helmet and vents over goggles allows excess heat to escape for fog-free vision
  • Thermostat control allows you to adjust air flow with one button
  • X-Static anti-bacterial padding helps reduce funk
  • Trip Clip system offers carabineer clip to hook Edit to pack
  • Compatible with all aftermarket Giro audio systems (sold separately)

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Is there a difference between women's and...

Is there a difference between women's and men's sizing? Or is it unisex? I see on the formal GIRO website, they've separated women's vs men's helmets. Many thanks!

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I think there's a difference between individual helmets more than mens vs womens. The medium Edit is smaller than the medium in the womens helmet that I have.

5 5

Fits good

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Haven't had the chance to use it yet because the snow season will start in a couple of months here in Chile, but it fits alright and seems pretty warm.

3 5

good helmet

my dad rocks this helmet and loves it. I think it looks hideous. It gets the job done and keeps you safe

4 5

Nice follow up to the Montane

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

The Edit is definitely Giro's best helmet to date. Extremely light weight and yet it still offers built in fit adjustment and vents that you can adjust on the fly. The back of the helmet also fits more snug than compared to any Smith helmet - probably due to the way the ear pads are separate from the roc lok system. This creates a warmer fit for those windy days riding the lifts.

Using the GoPro mount is simple and secure and leaves a very clean look for the days you don't need the camera.

The chin strap does tend to loosen during the course of a day's riding - making for a cool day ripping down the hill, and finding a way to stash the wire connecting your CHIPS or other audio speakers is always a challenge.

For some reason Giro helmets do not sit very deep on your head - more like they rest just on top. This affects the overall appearance a little bit and can make the helmet seem bigger than it actually is.

Definitely worth a look if you are in the market for a helmet

Nice follow up to the Montane