Bell Boba Fett Mountain Bike Helmet

Dec 15, 2016

Category: Gear

Cool bike helmets are an unfortunate rarity. While we are certainly not denying their necessity, they just aren’t often eye-catching in a good way. So when one as cool as this one pops up, it tends to draw our attention. And while this offering from Bell is certainly not the first Star Wars helmet we’ve ever seen, it’s definitely noteworthy for a number of reasons.

For starters, the styling – made to look like the infamous bounty hunter Boba Fett – is spot on. From the slightly battle-damaged green finish down to the Mythosaur skull decal, there’s no denying the resemblance. But, with this dome protecter, it isn’t all looks. Made for trail riding, this helmet has all the same features as all other award-winning Bell Super 2Rs. That means 33 points of ventilation, an In-Mold polycarbonate shell, X-Static impact foam, a break-away integrated camera mount, and a TAG fit system. So whether you are hunting down rebels or just going out for a good ride, this cranium case is a killer option. And it’s selling for just $90. [Purchase]

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