Giro Me2 Toddler Cycling Helmet – Black/Pink Star

Giro Me2 Toddler Cycling Helmet – Black/Pink Star

Giro Me2 Toddler Cycling Helmet - Black/Pink Star

  • Mini-loc Fit System Features Simple Strap Guides And Adjusts To Fit Little Heads
  • Microshell Construction With A Built-in Bug Net And Visor
  • Twenty Vents Allow Cool, Fresh Air To Circulate Over And Around Child’s Head
  • Buckle Won’t Pinch Soft Skin
  • Recommended For Ages 1 And Up

The Me2 features thoughtful touches, like an adjustable dial fit system and a buckle that won’t pinch soft skin, that parents adore and kids love. Light, cool and comfortable, it provides just the right amount of coverage for the first ride, or a ride home in the stroller. And with bright, colorful graphics that kids love, it’s the perfect introduction to a lifelong bond with helmets.

List Price: $ 36.00

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3 thoughts on “Giro Me2 Toddler Cycling Helmet – Black/Pink Star

  1. 286 of 297 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Fell apart after couple of uses, July 20, 2011
    By 
    K. Lee (San Ramon, CA United States) –
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    Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    After couple of uses, the black plastic strap fell off.
    Upon close examination, they are attached to the helmet by couple of sticky pads.

    I’ve uploaded the resulting image so please take a look before purchasing this item.
    […]

    Update 7/29:
    Returned the Giro and purchased a “Bell Toddler Sprout Bike Helmet”. Verified that the horizontal black strap is embedded into the helmet, and not attached using sticky pads like the Giro. I highly recommend taking a look at the Bell instead. It’s also few dollars cheaper.

    Update 5/31/13:
    It appears that amazon has taken down my picture of the failed harness. Shame on Amazon for their biased action, and shame on CPSC for allowing this helmet to be on the market. If you have this helmet, give it a good tug on the straps and watch the harness fall apart.

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  2. 167 of 174 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Cute Helmet, March 5, 2007
    By 
    Amazon Customer (Moscow, ID) –

    I bought this helmet because it was the only infant helmet available locally at the time. However, although the price is a bit steep, when you take your childs safety into account, it’s worth it. At first I had a bit of a problem figuring out how to fit it to a squirming toddler. But once I did figure it out, it’s easy to adjust. I have now had it over a year, and it still going great. Deedee still loves her pink bunnies. It hasn’t gotten used at much as I would have liked, but I’m glad that it’s growing with her so we don’t have to buy another one for her yet. I like that there are several cute designs to choose from. I have heard that it’s better to have a smooth rounded back vs. a back that protrudes, however I can’t say that I’ve noticed a difference. Both of my boys have Bell helmets that do protrude in the back, and they have never complained about it when riding in the trailer or in on of the infant seats. Although this is marketed as pinch free, expect that you will pinch your child once in a while. Especially if the chin strap is too tight. Still, it happens much less often than one the older style clips. Another eason I would reccomend this over a Bell is because of the dial in the back that tighten’s/loosen’s the strap to the perfect fit of the head without having adjust the chin strap. A child’s Bell helmet doesn’t have this feature.

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