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A Ball-and-Socket Helmet?! Giro's New Manifest Spherical

Giro's latest helmet features ALL of the bells and whistles, claiming the top spot in their MTB lineup.

Vital Review

Brand new halo products don't come around often, and when they do it's worth taking note. The Manifest Spherical represents countless hours of design and thorough vetting in the Dome – Giro and Bell's widely regarded test lab. It has a two-piece EPS liner with progressive layering to better manage high- and low-speed impacts. The two layers can rotate around one another like a ball and socket, something not often seen before. It also vents incredibly well, providing 7% better cooling than their proven Montaro MIPS lid.

Join Zach Petersen in the video above for a look at what makes it stand out and some initial impressions. Although it's on the pricey side, he's been thoroughly impressed by the Manifest Spherical so far.

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Manifest Spherical Highlights

  • In-Mold Spherical Technology
  • MIPS Equipped
  • Progressive Layering
  • Deeper Mountain Style Protection
  • Maximum Ventilation via 19 Vents and Deep Internal Channeling
  • AURA Reinforcing Arch
  • Full Lower Hardbody Coverage
  • 15-Degree Adjustable Moto-Style Screw-In Visor
  • Roc Loc Trail Air Fit System
  • Goggle Gripper on Back of Helmet
  • Integrated Eyewear Grippers
  • Fidlock Magnetic Buckle
  • XT2 Anti-Microbial Padding
  • Reflective Decals on Rear of Helmet
  • Lightweight Webbing
  • Available in Three Sizes: S, M, L
  • Weight: 346g (Size Medium)
  • MSRP: $260 USD // €270
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"Spherical Technology’s unique ball-and-socket design is powered by MIPS to help redirect impact forces, features best-in-class ventilation, deep coverage, and luxurious comfort." - Giro

Interested in more details? Head over to www.giro.com.


About The Tester

Zach Petersen - Age: 23 // Years Riding: 10 // Height: 5'9" (1.75m) // Weight: 145-pounds (65.8kg)

Zach cut his teeth figuring out how to ride on the unforgiving mining trails of Northern California. After watching Earthed 5, he decided to try out enduro racing and continues to seek out the most gravity-oriented events. When not racing he's smashing out big backcountry days in the Sierra Nevada, pushing dirt around the forest with a McLeod, and keeping the stoke high with Trail Peek.

Video by Trail Peek

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Isn't that just another version of a MIPS system? I wish they'ed go into more about what's in between the two layers. And even if I still had a job, I couldn't pay that much.

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Not stoked about the styling. It looks like you're wearing a helmet on your helmet. I guess technically you are?

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Specifications
Product Giro Manifest Spherical Helmet
Riding Type Cross Country, Enduro / All-Mountain, Trail
Rider Unisex
Number of Vents 19 Vents and Deep Internal Channeling
Construction In-Mold Spherical Technology, Progressive Layering, Aura Reinforcing Arch, MIPS Equipped, Full Lower Hardbody Coverage
Adjustable Padding Xt2 Anti-Microbial Padding, Roc Loc Trail Air Fit System
Certification
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Size S, M, L
Colors Matte Blue/Midnight, Grey Green, White, Olive, Black Hypnotic, Grey, and Black
Weight 0 lb 12.2 oz (346 g)
Miscellaneous Adjustable Moto-Style Screw-In Visor
Goggle Gripper on Back of Helmet
Integrated Eyewear Grippers
Fidlock Magnetic Buckle
Reflective Decals on Rear of Helmet
Lightweight Webbing
Price $260
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Giro website

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