The Smith Rover MIPS is a solid choice for riders who want a well-designed, highly-breathable helmet. At $150, the MIPS version we tested performed well, falling in between a couple of award winners in overall scoring. The Rover can hold its own due to the outstanding protection offered by the Koroyd material, but Smith no longer offers a MIPS version. The non-MIPS helmet retails for $120. We're proponents of the rotational impact protection that such technology provides and feel that it's well worth another $30. Oh well. Aside from that, the Rover's lack of visor adjustability might be a bummer for some riders.
The Rover is no longer being manufactured with the MIPS liner (though there are still some MIPS versions selling online). It also comes in a more subdued color palette these days. The Rover remains unchanged otherwise, offering less protection but still providing a great fit, comfort, ventilation, and style.