Giro Score  2010 Mountain Bike Review

Giro Score 2010

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At A Glance

The Giro Score comes packed with features and is a great looking goggle too. Stylish and functional are words that spring to mind. The lens offers 100% protection from harmful UV Radiation and has a durable anti fog coating. The frame features plenty of vents to reduce fogging and encourage airflow on the inside of the goggle. The matt finish looks really good and the lens is compatible with the Giro tear off system.

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On The Trail

The Score fits very comfortably, the multi layer foam moulds to your face. The peripheral vision is good and we liked the way the strap was held away from the goggle and your face where it attaches to the frame. Making it a perfect fit inside your helmet. There are replacement lenses available should you decide to have a tint on those summer trips to the Alps.


Stylish and good looking the Score will appeal to most, it is also available in white. We loved the fit when worn with a full face helmet and the lens took a while to fog up on a cold day when we were stood around on the top of the hill. Once it did it cleared very quickly once we were moving again.

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This review was in Issue 4 of IMB.

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