Giro Me2 Infant/Toddler Bike Helmet Review

The Giro Me2 Infant Bike Helmet features some nice touches such as an adjustable fit system with a pinch-proof buckle available in a wide variety of cool colors. And with bright, colorful graphics that kids love it’s the perfect introduction to a lifelong bond with helmets.

 

What is good about this Infant Bike Helmet

Great colors – Many colorfully fanciful designs including yellow chicks, aviator pigs, pink bunnies, red duck and goose and more. Your kids will feel and look great as they ride around the neighborhood.

Lots of vents – in fact the Giro Me2 features 20 vents protected with a built-in bug net, to help to keep your child’s head cool while riding. A built-in visor provides some shade as well.

Adjustable fit system – Giro’s Mini-Loc fit system with simple strap guides that enables your kids to put on the helmet without pinching their skin. There’s also soft padding inside that feels great. Because this helmet is adjustable, it can grow with your child. It’s sized for infants and toddlers with heads measuring 18.75 to 20.5 inches in diameter.

 

Giro Me2 Infant Bike Helmet Features

  • Giro Me2 Infant Bike HelmetAdjustable bike helmet for infants and toddlers
  • Mini-Loc fit system with simple strap guides and buckle that won’t pinch skin
  • 20 vents with built-in bug netting to keep your child’s head cool
  • Built-in visor
  • Multiple colorful designs
  • Fits heads measuring 18.75 to 20.5 inches (48 to 52 centimeters)

 

What customers say about the Giro Me2 Infant Bike Helmet Features

There were lots of positive reviews for this infant bike helmet. For example one reviewer stated my baby is 8 months old, and although he certainly does NOT enjoy having the helmet put on his head, it fits comfortably and safely. It takes awhile to adjust it, and I suggest setting aside time for fitting it to the baby BEFORE you attempt to take him/her out as doing so right before you want to leave will only frustrate you and probably really aggravate the baby, thus lending to an unpleasant bike ride/jog. Helmet is lightweight and secure.

Another reviews remarked that her 2 year old loves this and never wants to take it off. Easy to adjust, fits great, and is super cute without being too girly.

I researched several child bike helmets, but decided with this one and it works great. It fits my 1-year old really well and the knob in the back allows me to tighten and loosen it for him. I think it will fit him for a while.

This reviewer said her 14month old son loves this helmet. He usually hates hats of any kind but once we put on this helmet, he knows we’re heading out on the bike & he just LOVES that! The straps are a little time-consuming to get just right (especially if you have big hands – the fittings are pretty small). Once you get the straps set up, you can click the chin strap into place with one hand.

And this reviewer mentioned they bike with my four-year-old daughter and two-year-old son in a bike trailer. I bought this helmet for my son. He loves to wear it, and doesn’t try to take it off. The “flying pigs” design is super-cool, too! Fortunately, I haven’t tested its crashworthiness yet!

To see all of our cycling helmets for youngsters, click here. The Giro Me2 Infant Bike Helmet is adjustable to fit and protect a growing child and they look so cute wearing it too.

 




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3 comments for “Giro Me2 Infant/Toddler Bike Helmet Review

  1. Josh
    April 26, 2018 at 7:20 pm

    Inner band comes off way too easily (velcro and glue) As noted in some of the other negative reviews, the inner band which cinches around the head is attached to the helmet itself with velcro pads. If the kid is in a bike seat or trailer that has any objects around their head (like a headrest) the back of the helmet will catch and the helmet will basically torque off their head, leaving them with the inner band around their head and the helmet hanging down their face. This is due to a combination of both the velcro not having a lot of grip on the band and the velcro pads themselves coming unglued from the helmet.Even if they’re riding in a carrier that doesn’t involve their head coming in contact with a seat or trailer, I don’t have confidence that it would stay on in even a minor impact if it pops off when a ten month old (who is burly, but still) turns his head.I have two Giro adult helmets and I can’t fathom why they made this helmet this way.

  2. Dave
    April 26, 2018 at 7:30 pm

    Don’t buy! The black insert comes out and makes helmet useless! As other reviews state, the black plastic part in the helmet falls out and deems the entire helmet useless! What a waste of money. I reviewed helmets thoroughly before purchasing and thought this was the best choice. Even worth spending the extra money to ensure my daughter’s safety. Well, at the time, no one said anything about this happening. I even tried placing this headpiece back inside and slipping the helmet on her head to see if maybe it would still work, (because my rationale was “how on earth could something essential to the helmet, just come out?) but no… It does not work. It slides down on her face and neck and not will stay in. What a joke. Do not buy!!

  3. Gabriel Santiago
    April 26, 2018 at 7:40 pm

    Everyone please steer away from the crappy product. There are better options out there After a few of uses, the black plastic strap fell off.Upon close examination, they are attached to the helmet by couple of sticky pads. Not worth having my child getting hurt with it. It’s been a few months so can’t return it. Everyone please steer away from the crappy product. There are better options out there.

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