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Accessory Action: Giro Ravine

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You’ve already bought your skis and boots, right? Good. Because now is when the real fun begins. Your ski day just wouldn’t be complete without a new accessory from each of the following categories. It’s that simple. The fastest growing segment in the ski industry, helmets protect your head and increase your confidence.

GIRO Ravine $125-$180
With a built-in goggle retention notch and on-slope ventilation adjustment, the Ravine is user-friendly and comfortable. The 10 sliding vents point rearward to keep snow out. When open, they keep the plush fleece lining cool and dry

What To Look For
A helmet that fits snugly and moves with your head, lightly tugging at your scalp when you tip it forward or back.