The Giro Indicator's confident style and superior ventilation are coupled with a modern design that complements every
type of rider. As a result, the Indicator helmet is the perfect choice for riding downtown, up a technical climb, and
everything in between. The helmet is built using Giro's in-mold construction, which fuses the helmet's outershell with
the impact-absorbing EPS liner. Not only does this reinforce both layers, but the "exoskeleton" also allows Giro to
engineer helmets that are lighter, more durable, and better ventilated. The helmet also includes 20 built-in vents,
which thrust cool, fresh air over and around the rider's head while forcing heat and stale air out. And riders will love
the helmet's snap-fit visor, which shields your eyes on bright, sunny days.
The Indicator bike helmet is carefully sculpted and size-specific, with an easy-to-adjust Acu Dial fit system. The
helmet--which adjusts between 21.25 and 24 inches--weighs only 0.62 pounds and complies with the U.S. Consumer Product
Safety Commission's safety standards for bicycle helmets.
Working late nights in his garage, designer/bike racer Jim Gentes created the first lightweight adult cycling helmet in
1985. Friends at NASA helped tune the final helmet shape and vent placement, and the result was the Giro Prolight, a
sleek, stylish helmet that offered a superior fit while still meeting the industry's toughest safety standards. In
addition, the helmet weighed half as much as traditional helmets, making it extremely comfortable. In the years since,
Giro has advanced its helmets, which are extremely popular among progressive, performance-oriented riders on dirt,
pavement, and snow. Giro helmets are now worn by millions of riders, cyclists, skiers, and snowboarders around the
world. Giro is based in Scotts Valley, California.