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Giro Surface Helmet

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Product Description

Giro Surface Cycling Helmet '13 is an understated skate-style helmet with a clean exterior and a fashionable short brim. The In-Form fit system provides comfort and stability. The Surface also offers outstanding ventilation thanks to its deep internal cha

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