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Go ahead and face-plant. The Giro Remedy Helmet will keep all that expensive dental work well-protected. Giro's Wind-Tunnel ventilation keeps air flowing through the Remedy to keep you cool during hot summer rides, and the removable, washable liner will keep your full-face from becoming the local stink-farm by July.

  • In-mold construction allows Giro to make the helmet light and inexpensive with tons of ventilation options
  • Wind tunnel ventilation combines active outer vents with internal channels to promote airflow around the head and cooling areas that aren't reached using normal venting systems
  • Super-Fit is a fit system based on over 20 years of experience building helmets and is shaped to fit most heads

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Popular helmet for a reason

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This is a very popular helmet. Your helmet should fit your head. Not all helmets fit the same. For me, and many other people, this helmet is very comfortable and relatively light. It breathes well. Fair price for a really good helmet.

The only real complaint that my friends have made comes from those who wear a Leatt brand neck brace and feel the Remedy doesn't fit with the Leatt as well as Troy Lee and some other brands.

I personally would buy this helmet again and recommend it.

Great for DH Skateboarding

    I use this for Donwhill Longboarding. I haven't crashed in it yet, nor has it taken any impacts, but it seems sturdy enough. I had Giro halfshell that kept the back of my head intact in a 35 mph crash on asphalt, and the Remedy has significantly thicker foam so it should be very good protection in a crash. It fits nicely. My head is 57 cm and it fits perfectly. One of the reasons i picked this helmet was the shape of the back. It does not come straight down the back of the head but is angled inward at the base of the neck. This enables better head position when in tuck than other helmets i have tried. The visibility is excellent. FOV is no significantly reduced when wearing the helmet. The vent in the face guard also allows for some vision so that you can glance down at your feet/board without necessarliy having to move your entire head. It is also very light. Lastly, some might not like the clip style chin strap fastener, however, I find it very much preferable to a d-ring strap when wearing gloves. Sunglasses can be worn with this helmet. Buy it. Buy it now.


    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    If you are a downhiller looking for a great, light, stylish, and protective helmet then this is definently for you! i have taken lots of spills and faceplanted hard a couple of times and it was such a face saver!! must have. works awesome with goggles and keeps you cool. also extremely light. buy it and you wont regret it.

    Comfy and Light

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I was surprised when I received this helmet. Backcountry's sizing chart was right on the money and this thing doesn't weight very much. Granted, it's not DOT approved and wouldn't hold up to moto use, but I think it's more than adequate for DH or urban biking. It's not even that hot! I have not tried this dome piece with goggles, but so far, with sunglasses vision is great. I would definitely recommend this helmet!

    Good Buy

      Very happy with my purchase. Good ventilation even on warm days and long rides. When I take my water breaks I take it off to ventilate and cool off my mellon further. I dont wear this with goggles but regular wrap around shades. I use mine for regular/tough XC riding and its my only helmet. It gave me a big confidence boost on the very technical rocky trails i ride here in MD.

      Great Helmet.

        I bought this as my first full face helmet for MTB and I'm very happy with my purchase. It's an awesome helmet and it's totally saved me from getting multiple concussions. My friend also uses the Remedy and I watched him basically land on his head and almost cracked the helmet and he was completely fine. The only thing is that it is a little wide but I'm ok with that. It's still smaller than your typical Moto Helmet and it passes ALL saftey standards for DH. Also my Oakly Crowbars and Oakley Mayham goggles fit perfectly with them.

        Great Helmet.

        protected my head

          my head size is around 58-59 so I was right on the border of M or L size. I went with a M and it was too tight. Returned it for an L and it was looser but not too jiggly. the remedy protected my noggin from a major crash that cracked it but not my skull. I had a concussion, pulled my shoulder, and apparently knocked out for a bit. whee! good helmet. a bit heavy but I'd carry the weight if I know the protection is there.

          Great Helmet

            I've used some different helmets including a specialized, an older Remedy, Bell Drop, 661 Comp II and Fox Rampage. Out of all of them the Bell and the Giro definitely fit the best, however when it comes to ventilation the Giro out performed all of them. I also prefer a buckle strap instead of a D-ring strap. The Remedy has a lower profile chin guard that allows you to have a much better field of vision, where the 661 comes up very high into your line of sight straight in front of you.

            Bottom Line: Great fit, great ventilation, not too heavy, and much better field of vision. I highly recommend this helmet.

            Great value, Great Protection

              Got this helmet a long time ago, while it can get a tad stifling, i owe it my brains. Literally. Took a nasty fall going a little too fast for my skill level, tore the crap out of my body, but guess what my head and face were fine haha. And all that happened to the helmet was a scuff mark and the visor was loosened.

              is this helmet multiple hit rated or after...

              is this helmet multiple hit rated or after a gnarly tumble should it be retired for a new one?

              my head is around 55 cm which size i...

              my head is around 55 cm which size i choose??

              S M L (51-55cm) (55-59cm) (59-63cm)

              Are these helmets good for atv/dirt bike...

              Are these helmets good for atv/dirt bike riding?

              Best Answer

              Not really.... the helmets on hucknroll are almost always bike specific and are made with different materials and have different ratings, qualifications, etc.
              I recommend checking out the link below for good Motor Sports helmets made by a brand that also makes biking helmets. SixSixOne also has some good helmets that qualify for both powered and non powers biking/atving.


              Hi, what weight is of this helmet?

              Hi, what weight is of this helmet?

              what is the weight of this guy

              what is the weight of this guy

              Write your question here...I ordered a...

              Write your question here...I ordered a Remedy S fiberglass model that should arrive next week. I will be using this strictly for cross country. I live in southern Cal., where it is not too hot and not too cold. Will the Remedy provide adequate ventilation, and can I increase the circulation by leaving some of the pads out?

              Best Answer

              Stan, The Remedy full face helmet is not really considered a "cross country bike helmet". It is primarily designed for more of a gravity application. I would potentially suggest a non full face helmet for cross country mountain biking. A helmet like the Giro Zen or something similar.

              What goggles work well with this helmet?...

              What goggles work well with this helmet? I'm guessing Giro are best, but I'm a fan of Oakley after using their ski goggles. Anyone have trouble with Oakley goggles with this helmet?

              My head is 55cm. Should I go with a small...

              My head is 55cm. Should I go with a small or medium? It is right inbetween sizes.

              how do you say the name of this company i...

              how do you say the name of this company i don't want to sound stupid.

              A Giro remedy is on my husbands Christmas...

              A Giro remedy is on my husbands Christmas list and there seems to be several types out there - S, Zombie, composite, carbon etc. What's the difference?

              Best Answer

              There are basically 2 types of Giro Remedy helmet. The "regular" and the CF. The Cf is made of carbon fiber, thus being twice as much, but 5 oz less heavy. I can't say that 5 oz, will make a big difference overall - personally I think most carbon fiber equipment is made mostly for racers and a little bit of overkill for the average rider, but to each his own. I will say this, I like the remedy much better than the Six Six One full-face helmets.