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Icon Releases New Airmada Parahuman Helmet

Chaparral Motorsports
January 28, 2013

[caption id="attachment_23093" align="alignright" width="300"]Icon Airmada Parahuman Full Face Helmets Artist Tanner Goldbeck's design blurs the line between man and machine, representing the struggle for power.[/caption]

Icon helmets are noticeable even to the untrained eye. With brightly colored graphics and interesting designs, the decorated pieces are a way to bring helmets and safety gear to the masses, especially those who may think they are otherwise unnecessary.

The latest addition to Icon's lineup is the [mageProductLink sku="038-0101-6548" title="Icon Airmada Parahuman Full Face Helmet"]Airmada Parahuman[/mageProductLink]. As a full face helmet that meets safety standards in the U.S., Europe, Australia and Japan, the protective gear boasts a fog-free shield and adjustable chin and forehead venting systems. Users can also take advantage of a removable molded breath deflector, which helps avoid fogging so vision remains clear.

Another benefit for riders is the washable moisture wicking liner material, which aid motorcyclists in staying dry even in the most stressful conditions.

Artist Tanner Goldbeck created the design for the helmet, aiming for a look that blurs the line between man and machine, according to Icon. Skull patterns and intricate, graffiti-like designs make the helmets one of the best motorcycle accessories for metalheads or hardcore riders. The helmets are currently available in black or red, but either color will allow the design, which represents the struggle for power, to pop from the surface.

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