Icon 1000 Airmada Chantilly Helmet

Apr 17, 2017

Category: Gear

Cognitive dissonance is what Icon 1000 was aiming for when they named dubbed their Airmada Helmet the ‘Chantilly’.

Usually referring to a delicate silk, linen, or lace, Chantilly in this context is a nod to the finely applied sugar skull wrap around this otherwise brutal helmet. While the print – which comes in either a gloss white or a matte black – is impressive, what really sells this thing is its utility. Crafted in Oregon to stand up to the worst kind of abuse, this internationally rated helmet features a tough energy absorbing EPS foam liner, as well as a brilliant venting system. The exterior features a twin channel supervent with an integrated spoiler, while the interior has a removable breath deflector for keeping your visor fog free. That means you get all of your style and protection with total comfort. And thanks to compatibility with Icon’s Icon Optics, changing your shield is as easy as can be.

Purchase: $250

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