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Protect yourself.

The Giro Women's Skyla Helmet offers ANSI-approved protection, plenty of venting, and cute graphics without forcing you to take out another mortgage. The color-coded visor is a nice touch that keeps the sun, branches, and flying trail debris out of your eyes.

  • In-mold construction allows Giro to make the Skyla lighter and better ventilated
  • Wind Tunnel Ventilation System combines active vents with internal channels to maximize airflow
  • Acu Dial Fit System for quick, one-handed adjustments
  • Ponytail-friendly


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What is the weight of the helmet?...

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What is the weight of the helmet? Thanks.

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Buying it AGAIN!

I went down pretty hard last year, suffered a concussion, and my Skyla did it's thing! Helmet was cracked but my head was not and I'm back on the bike again. Bought another Giro style to replace it originally but going back to buy the Skyla again. Fit is perfect, light weight enough and clearly saved my life.

Is the visor removable?

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Is the visor removable?

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Saved My Noggin

I was worried that this affordable helmet might not save my skull in case of a tumble. I had a pretty bad fall at 25mph - taking the fall with my head & shoulder (bike is fine!).

Just a chip in the shell and a bunch of styrofoam scraped out. Cranium just dandy. Giro - 1, street - 0.

I also have a pretty big ponytail to pull thru it & it's perfect.

Buying a new one now!

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Hey, just wanted to say that your helmet is no bueno no more. These guys are designed to take one good hit for its owner and that's it. Even though you don't see it, kinda like fender bender on a car... deep down/underneath it may be damaged.

best to chuck it and purchase another, cheaper than an ER copay for sure.