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Giro Advantage 2


$165.00 Released October, 2008

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Keeps the sun off your neck and ears. Aerodynamic structure makes a difference on longer races, cuts down your time. Doesn't feel overly bulky or awkward at all.

The Cons:A bit too snug, might need a larger size than usual.

The Giro Advantage 2 is a mid-grade bicycling helmet designed for endurance use; more specifically events like time trials, triathlons, and any extended biking event. Giro claims the entire helmet form has been put under a series of tests and was successful in a wind tunnel testing environment.

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The Advantage 2 body construction includes an outer polycarbonate hard plastic shell, filled with an inner mold and an EPS fabric liner. The Advantage 2 helmet includes 5 separate air vents for increased cooling during use, and Giro claims the inner liner and mold has been manufactured to provide internal air channeling. The helmet is universal fit for male and female adults.

Features

  • Mid-grade bicycling helmet
  • Good for
    • Professional Use
    • Touring/ Long Rides
    • Endurance Events
      • Time Trial Events
      • Triathlon Events
  • Outer Polycarbonate (Plastic) Shell
  • EPS Fabric Liner
  • 5 Ventilation Slots
  • Universal Fitting Options
  • Available in several color options
    • White/Silver
    • Matte Black/White
    • Blue/Black
    • Red/Black

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Pros
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    keeps the sun off your neck and ears

  • 1

    aerodynamic structure makes a difference on longer races, cuts down your time

  • 1

    doesn't feel overly bulky or awkward at all

  • 1

    feels relatively cool and comfortable even on hot days

  • 1

    feels comfortable on the head, forget you're wearing it after awhile

  • 1

    adjustment at the back of the head is easy to work with and conveniently placed

Cons
  • 1

    a bit too snug, might need a larger size than usual

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