Deus Ex Machina Unleashed A Vintage-Themed Moto Helmet Collection

Nov 13, 2019

Category: Gear

Deus Ex Machina has a serious knack for churning out beautifully designed products — be it their riding gear, clothing, artwork, or custom bikes. Practically everything that leaves the house of Deus looks and functions spectacularly. And the same can now be said for their all-new line of Nut Shell helmets: the Django Vintage MX, the Garcia Open Face, and the Cisco Full Face.

The three new DOT and ECE certified lids boast removable/washable anti-microbial liners, double D-ring closure, headphone-ready cavities, and are each offered in two retro colorways with their own unique Deus branding. Made from high-quality fiberglass shells that are produced in a trio of sizes (four for the Garcia), Deus’ helmet range gives fashion-conscience riders the best of both worlds: stylish, retro-themed athletics concealing robust, modern safety standards and protection. The full-faced Cisco model sports an old-school clear visor, while the Django and Garcia both come with forehead snaps to secure an optional visor and a snap-secured moto-goggle retainer on the back.

Purchase: $210+

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