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Giro Agilis Mips helmet review

Looking for a lid that won't break the bank? Matt Baird tests Giro's best sub-£100 helmet for training and racing...

Our rating 
4.6 out of 5 star rating 4.6

The Giro Agilis MIPS truly shines as a do-it-all helmet. We’d happily – and did – race, train, commute and ride off-road in this versatile and stylish lid.


The intergrated MIPS liner does mean this tips the scales at 292g, but it wasn’t too noticeable unlike the Specialized. There are a mighty 32 ventilation channels for breathability, with Giro being one of the few brands here to cite wind-tunnel testing in its design.

As with half of the lids here, the polycarbonate shell neatly wraps around the EPS foam for a smarter finish and increased durability. The padding is plush, and the Roc Loc 5.5 retention system is effortless to adjust and locate your precise fit. Overall, a winner for a multitude of uses.

Verdict: Quality construction, safety features and style.


Score: 92%