Warnings - Giro Helmet Owner's Manual

Giro owner's manual helmet
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YOUR OWNER'S MANUAL
AND REGISTRATION CARD
The helmet you have in your hands (or maybe it's on your head) is a Giro. It
is constructed with a foam liner and a thermoplastic shell. Extensive
testing verifies that Giro helmets meet the various shock absorption,
penetration, strap strength and coverage provisions of specific US and
International headgear standards. Specific standard designations can be
found inside your helmet.
READ THESE WARNINGS
1. All safety equipment has limitations. Read and follow all instructions
carefully.
2. This helmet is intended for only the following activities: skiing and
snowboarding. It is not intended for motorsport, moped or other uses.
3. This helmet is designed to absorb shock by partial destruction of the
energy absorbing liner. This damage may not be visible. Therefore, if
subjected to a severe blow, the helmet should be destroyed and replaced
even if it appears undamaged.
4. No helmet can protect the wearer from all foreseeable accidents.
Depending on the type of impact, even a low speed accident can result
in a serious head injury or fatality.
5. A helmet can only provide a level of protection for areas that it covers. It
does not protect the neck.
6. Please exercise care and good judgment whenever you ski or
snowboard. Comply with all safety regulations and do your part to avoid
accidents.
YOU HAVE RESPONSIBILITIES TOO
1) DO
Always wear your helmet in the proper position.
2) DO
Fasten your buckle and tighten your chin strap.
3) DO
Check your adjustments every time you wear your helmet.
4) DO
Inspect your helmet regularly for signs of wear or damage.
5) DO
Exercise care and good judgment whenever you ski
or snowboard.
1) DON'T Wear a helmet that's been in an accident.
2) DON'T Attach anything to the helmet unless recommended by
the manufacturer.
3) DON'T Wear someone else's helmet.
4) DON'T Wear anything hard or sharp under your helmet.
5) DON'T Take unnecessary risks just because you're wearing a helmet.

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