Bell Custom-Fit Star Carbon Helmet

May 11, 2016

Category: Gear

With all the bike features we post on a weekly basis it would be simply irresponsible of us not to at least advocate for a little safety. In this case, it’s in the form of this matte black Bell Custom-Fit Star Carbon helmet, because we might as well advocate for something that’s safe and looks amazing at the same time.

Each helmet features contour cheek pads, integrated speaker pockets, a padded chin strap with D-Ring closure, and a 3Mode Shield. It represents the future in helmet technology and its carbon fiber makeup ensures a lightweight (weighing in a 3.41 pounds) and durable fit for any biker. In fact, every aspect of this product is designed to make the rider lighter, faster and stronger. It also features a Velocity Flow Ventilation system with FlowAdjust for maximin temperature control and NutraFog II antifog, anti-scratch and UV protection technology. You’d be hard-pressed to find a better looking and safer helmet currently out on the market. Priced at $1,000. [Purchase]

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