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Giro Bishop Helmet

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For those seeking a slightly roomier helmet, Giro has you covered. The Bishop is an extra large version of the classic universal fit. Like all Giro helmets, the Bishop features a durable in-mold polycarbonate shell for serious durability and impact resistance, all while keeping the weight to a minimum. 22 strategically placed vents let in plenty of air, and the Acu Dial??? fit system provides fit adjustability on-the-fly. The Giro Bishop includes a snap fit remove-able visor and refelective rear decals. It's available in various colors. Universal XL Fit: 22.75

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