Bell Pro Star Motorcycle Helmet

Sep 7, 2017

Category: Gear

Bell’s Star silhouette, which was introduced back in 1967, was the first full-face motorcycle helmet available on the market. And it changed motorcycle safety forever. Now, the world-renowned brand is looking to take another step forward with that same familiar silhouette, by introducing their new Bell Pro Star racing helmet.

The most lightweight and advanced racing helmet available on the market, the Pro Star features a TeXtreme ultra thin carbon weave shell that will keep you safe without weighing you down. And it’s mated to a Panovision shield with Class 1 Optics for top-notch visibility. On the inside, this helmet’s no slouch, either – featuring removable magnetic cheek pads for easy swapping or cleaning, a Virus Cool Jade liner to keep you comfortable on even the hottest days, an a Flex Impact liner to keep your cranium extra safe should a crash occur. The Pro Star retails for $1,300.

Purchase: $1,300

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