Veldt Motorcycle Helmets

Sep 28, 2016

Category: Gear

From Ateliers-Ruby, the folks who brought riders around the world sleek and form-fitting Euro-style motorcycle helmets, comes Veldt, a simplified yet high-quality helmet that’s both flattering and functional. They bring over a decade of hands-on experience in the industry and by the looks of their initial products, are surely aiming to please.

Each helmet is easily mounted with a flip-up shield or can be converted into a full face if needed. It’s this modularity that makes each helmet personal to the rider. They’re built out of a Japanese carbon fiber shell for minimum weight and maximum protection, feature Portuguese leather for the interior, and come stock with Pinlock 120 lenses for their full face helmets. Have a gander at their site, however, if you don’t like what you see, Veldt also allows buyers to create their own personalized versions through their online configurator. Isn’t it nice to have options? Available now with prices starting at $430. [Purchase]

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