Bell Bullitt Carbon Helmet

Jan 15, 2015

Category: Gear

If you’re puttering around the block on a moped, sure, you can slap some low-level helmet on your noggin and call it a day. But if you’ve invested heavily in your motorcycle and wanna dress the part, Bell’s new Bullitt motorcycle helmet with an ultra low-profile carbon fiber composite shell might be the way to go.

It’s old school styling meets cutting edge tech as the high-performance material yields a classic look for your travels. Other features include a removable washable and antibacterial micro-suede interior, magnefusion magnetic strap keeper, padded chin strap with D-ring closure, and available accessory shields to personalize your helmet. Just note that it’s not recognized by Europe and some international countries as legal for street use. Look for it next month at $599. [Purchase]

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