Giro Slingshot Helmet Its polycarbonate shell and impact-absorbing liner make Giro’s child-friendly Slingshot strong, which makes you feel comfortable. Lightweight, in-mold construction keeps your kid comfortable. And colorful graphics like the Rock’n Kitties, Dora and SpongeBob are more than fun for kids to wear, they’re easy for parents to spot. $55; http://giro.com
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