Icon Airframe Pro Motorcycle Helmet

Sep 9, 2015

Category: Gear

The Icon Airframe Pro has all of the functionality you’d expect from a high end helmet, and it has an impressive design. In fact, its shape is designed to help reduce drag, and it’s one of the lightest motorcycle helmets on the market.

Every line and contour serves a purpose, bringing a new level of aerodynamics to the bike helmet market. The Airframe Pro has nine intakes and five exhaust vents so that your head doesn’t overheat while you’re wearing it. It meets all of the U.S., Europe, Australia and Japan safety standards. There are numerous colorways available, including an all-black Ghost Carbon, a Pro Pharaoh (which sports a cool-looking pharaoh headpiece on it), and another design called the Pleasuredome 2, which features a scantily dressed female floating about in space on one side, with another female astronaut and faceless skull on the other. Pricing starts at $400. [Purchase]

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