The Garneau Vortice (left), next to the Giro Selector (middle) and the Uvex Aero (right).
In our final segment of this year's Ironman World Championships, we're going to take a closer look at the wide array of custom helmets made just for the pros.
Giro has called it the Swiss Army knife of helmets. And from where I'm sitting, it certainly looks that way.
Not everyone races in an aero helmet. Rudy's Windmax is a nice high-end option for those who like vents.
Giro got the tri world buzzing big time with the Selector, a helmet born and bred for aerodynamic superiority. But is it good for the long haul?