You count yourself as a disciple of freeride and enduro racing, so dont cut corners on head coverage when youre launching off features and sending lines inspired by them. Replace an old lid with the Giro Disciple MIPS Helmet to add reassurance when a big day doesnt exactly go as planned. Since youll (hopefully) spend most of your ride time never needing the Disciple, Giro also made it light and breathable, so youll stay comfortable and cool during the majority of the time when everything goes to plan. Rather than choosing the traditional In-Mold construction most helmets use, Giro opted for a fiberglass shell for the Disciple MIPS. Light and strong, the shell comes equipped to throw down with rocks, gravel, and the occasional tree, with an EPS foam liner for extra backup. Giro even beefed up the jaw area with extra Vinyl nitrile padding for handlebar and tree branch bashings, and it made sure to make the integrated POV camera mount able to break away in the event of a crash to prevent further damage to helmet, camera, or anything else. As if that werent enough, Giro went the extra mile by adding MIPS technology to the Disciple as well. Now ubiquitous across the helmet world, MIPS appears in the Disciple in the form of a thin inner basket, constructed to float across the skull to reduce the sloshing energy generated by certain impacts. Its not fail-safe, but it does a helluva lot more in some crashes than helmets of five years ago mightve. Of course, Giro made room for some fun too. Equip some speakers to keep your ride playlist cranking while you rally, and included Fit Kit padding makes sure the helmet sits comfortably atop your dome for hours on-end.