Giro Foray helmet review

Quality, good looking helmet for road cycling

Our rating 
4.0 out of 5 star rating 4.0
GBP £60.00 RRP | AUD $110.00 | USD $65.00
Giro has drawn on its high-end experience with the mid-price Foray

Our review

Quality mid-price helmet with many high-end features
Buy if, You’re after function and good looks without breaking the bank
Pros: Airy, classy fit system, looks
Cons: Not as light as some
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The Foray helmet from Giro packs a good punch when it comes to head protection out on the road.

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This 21-vent helmet boasts sleek high-end looks not dissimilar to Giro’s range topping Synthe.

The RocLoc 5 twist retention system, which is also found on the Synthe, makes fitting and adjustment easy, even when riding with gloves on. As for the side straps these are fully adjustable but not as soft feeling as some.

The vents and internal channelling are well positioned to keep you cool, while the internal pads offer a comfy ride and are easily removed to wash when dirty.

This is a quality road-specific lid that performs well and has good looks to boot. It is a little heavier than some of its close competitors but this isn’t really noticeable when you’re riding.

The Foray is available in a rainbow of colour options and a MIPS version is available for £20/$20 more.

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  • Sizes: S (51-55cm), M (55-59cm), L(59-63cm)
  • Colours: Black/White, Bright Red/Black, Highlight Yellow, Matt Charcoal/Frost, Matt Titanium/White, Matt White/Silver
  • Vents: 21
  • Weight: 265g

Product Specifications


Name Name, 0, 10, Name, Foray
Brand Brand, 0, 20, Brand, Giro

No of Vents No of Vents, 2, 0, No of Vents, 21