Bell Bullitt Blue Carbon Fiber Helmet

Jul 18, 2016

Category: Gear

Almost all 50 of the States have some sort of helmet law in regards to motorcycles. And with good reason. Riding a motorcycle can be a risky endeavor. In fact, even if you live in a place with the laxest of helmet laws, you should probably still wear one. But that doesn’t mean it can’t be as stylish as your bike. Based on the original Bell Star, the Bullitt Carbon updates the classic helmet’s styling and ups the technology into the modern era.

The shell is made from a sleek-yet-subtle composite carbon fiber that is both impressively lightweight and durable. And, fitted to the helmet by brushed aluminum pivot disks with rubber o-rings, the retro shield completes the throwback daredevil look. Internally, it features contoured cheek pads, front chin vents with metal mesh intake and exhaust vents, and integrated speaker pockets. For just $600 this retro redux can be yours. [Purchase]

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