STOP! HELMET TIME. 🎶
We've got fabulous new headwear in stock from one of the top cycling helmet brands, Giro! 🥇
We picked Giro helmets because they are high quality and well-reviewed by parents and children alike. Giro isn't just an adult brand making kids helmets, they invest in researching child-specific needs. 🔬 (They also smash more helmets to test them than many brands even make.)
We've got two styles, in several fun colours, so children can express themselves. 🌈 The sizes cover a broad range. The Giro Scamp is suited for tiny tots and the Dime for larger riders, so they will fit just right.
Perfect for your little ones, we'll spill the details on what makes these kids bike helmets great, below. 📝
Durable, airy and sweat-reducing; oh my! Rave reviews abound for the Giro Dime. 🏆 Besides its striking skater look, the Dime scores high marks for its deep-cut airflow vents. This keeps little ones cooler while providing head protection. The padding prevents sweat dripping on their forehead, so if their noggin gets a little damp... not to worry.
The shell is made out of ABS plastic which is scratch-resistant and recyclable! So, it will look pristine for longer. 🌟 Plus, the exposed foam is covered in rubber so there's less wear. Its EPS liner is the same crushable foam that's used in car bumpers. That's because it's so good at absorbing impact by compressing in on itself.
The Giro Scamp is a great overall kids helmet. It's headwear that will fit for years, thanks to its gear-adjust system. Just click into the right fit! 💯 It's also one of the few helmets with a slim back profile that transitions from bike seat to riding easily. It also works well with ponytails!
With a lightweight polycarbonate shell, it's got the same car bumper-worthy EPS crushable foam liner as the Giro Dime. The same foam used in all sorts of single-impact activities like motorcycling. 🏍️ The foam density is tuned to the right level for any potential cycling impacts.
How to measure 📏
Use a cloth tape measure in centimetres
Wrap around their head at the thickest (above the eyebrows)
Keep the tape measure level, all the way around
Choose a kids bike helmet with that number in the range