Bell Bullitt Helmet

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

Celebrating 60 years in business, the folks at Bell are set to release their brand new Bell Bullitt Helmet at the start of next year.  Fusing modern materials with vintage design aesthetics, this helmet is a great choice for those of you looking for a big name brand helmet without breaking the bank.

Inspired by the full-face helmets that were worn in motorsports during the 1970s era, this lightweight motorcycle helmet is crafted from a fiber composite shell, and has been outfitted with a ton of convenient features for riders. The helmet has been lined with a removable anti-bacterial interior for easy washing, padded chin strip for maximum comfort, 5 metal mesh intake vents along with a single rear exhaust vent, magnefusion shield closure system for ultimate protection, and a whole lot more. The Bullitt motorcycle helmet is expected debut in at least three different colors (metallic blue, matte black and cream/red) when it lands on the retail scene next year. The helmet will release on March 1st, 2014, and will sell for around $400.

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