Meet the reinvented Switchblade MIPS Helmet. Giro introduced the Switchblade back in 1998 as the first mainstream helmet with a removable chinbar. The design has been copied and evolved throughout the years, but they’re all plagued with the same problem – your noggin is only protected with a x-country helmet. This new iteration of the Switchblade design has ATSM downhill certification, with and without the removable chinbar. This helmet may be designed for pure downhill riding, but don’t let it keep you off the x-country trails or riding without the chinbar, as we all know not every run needs full-face protection. In addition to the removable chinbar, you get extra ventilation thanks to the wind tunnel cheek pads and Roc Loc air fit system. The Switchblade is full goggle compatible, includes camera mount integration and is a feather weight of only 975g.
Choose from six color combinations and available directly from Amazon.