A Giro helmet can only protect you if it fits well. Make sure you try on different sizes and choose the size which feels secure and comfortable on your head. If properly fitted, this helmet is designed to stay on your head in an accident. To customize the fit use the enclosed adhesive-backed sizing pads.
HOW TO ADJUST THE STRAPS
position the helmet on your head so that the front is level with the
back and parallel to the ground. Your helmet should not be tilted back
on your head (figure 1). When the helmet is level with your head you
want both the front and rear straps to be even, with the Tri Loc strap
guides positioned just below the ears (figure 2). If your straps are
uneven they can be adjusted by pulling them through the rear of the
Position the buckle away from your jaw bone. To see if your straps are correctly adjusted try to pull the helmet off from both the front and back. If it can be tipped forward, tighten the back straps. If it can be tipped backwards tighten the front straps.
HOW TO ADJUST YOUR GIRO FIT SYSTEM
Your helmet may come with either the Roc Loc or Acu Loc Giro patented fit and stabilizing system. As with any new piece of equipment you should experiment with the adjustment of your Roc Loc or Acu Loc before using the helmet on the road or the trail.
HOW TO ADJUST YOUR ROC LOC
To adjust any of our Roc Loc systems, follow these steps:
Roc Loc Mini
Roc Loc 3
To tighten the Roc Loc 3, unsnap both Roc Loc arms from the helmet and move the ends towards the front of the helmet. Firmly reattach the arms of the Roc Loc in the front snaps (figure 4). To loosen, unsnap the arms from the helmet and move the ends of the arms towards the back of the helmet. Firmly reattach the arms of the Roc Loc in the rear snaps (figure 4).
The Roc Loc 3 also allows on-the-head tension adjustments. To tighten, push the Roc Loc buttons towards each other (figure 5). To loosen, pull the buttons away from each other (figure 6). For your safety, we recommend that you do NOT adjust the Roc Loc while riding.
Roc Loc 4
HOW TO ADJUST YOUR ACU LOC
The Roc Loc and the Acu Loc are designed to enhance the fit and stability of your helmet. It is not a replacement for your helmet’s straps. Do not attempt to remove either the Roc Loc or the Acu Loc from your helmet; doing so will void all of the helmet’s warranties.
HOW TO KEEP YOUR HELMET AS GOOD AS NEW
If your Giro helmet is found to be defective in materials or workmanship within one year from the date of purchase, the Giro distributor will, at its sole option either repair or replace the helmet free of charge. Just bring it in to us with a letter indicating the specific reasons you are returning the helmet, and proof of date of purchase. We'll then evaluate the claim.