Review of Giro Aeon Helmet


Versatility and comfort go featherweight.

Giro Aeon Helmet Front View

The new Aeon Helmet has quickly become a favorite of the pro peloton with a unique design that borrows heavily from the Ionos and Prolight models. Giro's newest creation manages to combine the best features of each for incredible ventilation, easy fit adjustment and an impressive 222 gram weight.

Giro Aeon Helmet Side View

Unlike the ProLight model, Giro has managed to incorporate the Roc Loc 5 system for separate vertical positioning and fit adjustments, with an ergonomically-tuned adjustment dial that won't pinch skin or pull hair. Technologies like over-sized WindTunnel air ports and the Thermoformed SL Roll Cage provide superior protection and comfort while keeping weight to a minimum.

Giro Aeon Helmet Rear View

The Aeon is built using the SuperFit engineering process to guarantee a glove-like fit for riders of many different shapes and sizes. Featherweight webbing a Slimline buckle further ergonomics and weight reduction.

X-Static inner padding with Silver microfibers works to regulate temperatures as you ride. The pads also feature an anti-microbial treatment to resist odors, something your riding buddies will appreciate too.

The Giro Aeon features 24 vents and weighs 222 grams in a size Medium.


Small (20" - 21.75"/51cm - 55cm)
Medium (21.75" - 23.25"/55cm - 59cm)
Large (23.25" - 24.75"/59cm - 63cm)