ICON’s Premium Airframe Pro Moto Helmet Boasts A Hand-Laid Carbon Weave

Apr 30, 2020

Category: Gear

ICON has been making some of the best motorcycle gear since it was founded back in 2002. And in that time, their Airframe helmet has become one of their most important and recognizable offerings. For 2020, the brand has upgraded it with the Airframe Pro Carbon you see before you — loaded with tech and innovations galore.

The biggest upgrade found in this new version is the carbon shell which is now a hand-laid 4Tress carbon weave — imbuing a measure of human craftsmanship not previously found in this model. On top of that, it boasts an RST Gold Pro TracShield (with a swappable Clear Fog-Free Icon Optics shield), along with matching vents and a spoiler. Inside, the moto helmet is outfitted with a removable and washable moisture-wicking HydraDry interior to keep you comfortable for short or long rides alike. And the whole DOT-certified thing is remarkably lightweight and durable — enough to last for years of usage. Pick up one now for $550.

Purchase: $550

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