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Giro Transfer Helmet

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Inspired design with smart features for recreational riding. A great helmet doesn't have to be expensive or complicated. The Transfer is an easy fit for riders who want a basic cycling helmet that doesn't compromise comfort or performance. It includes top level features like In-mold construction t keep weight low, and the easy one-handed adjustments of our acclaimed Acu Dial system for a quick,sure fit. It's everything you need and it delivers a little more than you might expect.

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