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Persist Mips Helmet

5 out of 5 stars
1 Review
$78.00 - $120.00
Up to 35% off


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Why We Like The Smith Persist MIPS Helmet

When it comes to road riding, we're not taking any chances, and that's why we turn to the Smith Persist MIPS Helmet when we head out the door. Recently updated to add the honeycomb-like Koroyd in vital zones to compliment the MIPS rotational impact system, this helmet provides all the protection we need whether we're heading out on a fast-paced lunch ride or a meandering weekend century. The AirEvac system features 21 vents for plenty of airflow at any speed and specific channels up front to give us a spot to stow our sunglasses when the sun starts to dip behind the clouds for the day.


  • Helmet built for roadies who want solid protection every day
  • In-mold construction provides a lightweight and comfortable fit
  • MIPS helps reduce rotational forces on the brain in a crash
  • Zonal Koroyd provides extra impact protection and ventilation
  • AirEvac system offers unmatched airflow and prevents eyewear fogging
  • Adjustable dial fit system eliminates annoying pressure points
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Shell Material
Impact Management
Mips, zonal Koroyd
AirEvac, 21 vents
Fit Adjustment
adjustable dial
Complies with U.S. CPSC Safety Standard for Bicycle Helmets for Persons Age 5 and Older, CE EN 1078
Claimed Weight
[medium] 11oz (300g)
road cycling, gravel, cyclocross, commuting
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Overall Rating

5 based on 1 ratings

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5 out of 5 stars

September 17, 2023

Saved my brain

I was in a crash a week ago and my helmet saved me from serious injury. I still don’t remember parts of the incident, but without the helmet, I’m sure I would have been a lot worse off.

David G.

Originally reviewed on smithoptics.com