GiroSutton Helmet

Just ride.

The Giro Sutton is the jeans-and-a-t-shirt of bike helmets –it’ll fit in just about anywhere. Whether you’re commuting to work, getting rad on the weekends, or riding the path with your kids, the Sutton’s just the ticket. It uses 8 vents to move air over your head, and has a soft sun/rain visor for versatility (and a little style).

  • Eight vents
  • In-mold shell
  • Reflective elements
  • Clip on the back for mounting a light
  • Reviews
  • Q & A

Works Great

    Works great and is comfortable. Is a must have!

    Perfect commuter helmet.

      If you are looking for a good casual helmet, this is the one. Easy to adjust, convenient light attachment for riding at night, and looks great. This helmet breathes well, and fits exactly how you'd want it to.

      Giro

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      The helmet is awesome for casual city riding. it's easy to adjust for the perfect fit and it looks sweet. Pretty awesome buy

      City Riding

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      Picked up this helmet for riding my single speed around Salt Lake City. The helmet looks a little weird at first but it has definitely grown on me. I am skeptical of how well the vents will work in the heat of Summer, but so far they have been more than enough for riding around in early Spring. The helmet does have an adjustable band and neck strap so you can get the fit dialed in just right.

      Chilling the most!

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      After several years of riding our vintage tandem, beach cruisers and the occasional scooter in various road/race helmets, I finally wised up and bought something aesthetically pleasing as well as functional and comfortable!
      The integrated (and most often flipped up) visor sold me, but once I put it on I was pretty impressed by how comfortable the Sutton is. Easy to adjust both the chin strap and the head band system, adequate venting for evening cruises, coffee runs and The ride to work and back.
      With lots of surface area in the right places, I feel pretty secure working my way through the urban jungle.
      If it's a hot one outside and/or the plan is to be on the bike for longer than a couple hours, I'd most likely opt for a more vented option. ......and leave the vintage tandem at home as well.

      Chilling the most!