We are obsessed with producing the most innovative products that meet the needs of consumers and athletes. When we went down the road of creating the most aerodynamic road helmet, we didn't care that the Air Attack looked different than other cycling helmets; we simply wanted to design the fastest, coolest helmet possible. The form of this helmet was dictated by the laws of nature in the wind tunnel, not by the whims of fashion. The Air Attack was literally shaped by our obsession with chasing speed.
Yes it looks different. To some it looks like a skate helmet. Others say it looks hot or heavy compared to conventional helmets. That's ok. Giro has been shaking up the status quo with revolutionary design since the introduction of the ProLight in 1985. At Giro there is a universal aversion to unchallenged assumptions. In the case of the Air Attack all we can say is - the data tells the story. And when you're looking for a performance revolution, you go where innovation