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Also, some motorists find the time to shop for their motorcycle jacket first before ordering for a custom made the helmet or before they customize their helmets. This gives them time to mix and match their outfit especially for the women motorists who are into matching their outfit with their head gear.
The extent of customization depends on your budget. Individuals must first consider the amount of money they intend to spend on the helmet and use this figure to rule out either more expensive or low-priced poor quality options.
Following the Riding Style: Your riding style is hugely essential when designing a custom helmet. The way you ride will always determine your comfort and safety with every helmet you wear. For instance, individuals who prefer the hard-nosed, bad-to-the-bone biker style are served better by novelty helmet looks or half helmets.
One technique uses an air gun for the application and the other uses a brush. While the difference in techniques seems simple, the style that results is dramatically different. With more surface area to work with, including the front chin guard and visor, the full face helmets are open to a LOT of options. Some of my personal favorites are the Smiley Bandit Helmets and the Crystal and Spike Helmets. Half Helmets, 3/4 Helmets, or retro-style also have a large surface area to work with for custom painting, airbrushing, and adding accessories.
Riding around with a solid color helmet is like renting a billboard and then leaving it blank. I’m sure a smart person like you surely has something to say - why not shout it out loud with a wild, badass, cool (or D. all of the above) motorcycle helmet graphic? If you’re thinking it’s all been done, think again. We’re not talking pinstripes here. How about some extraterrestrial rock and roll up in your business, or robots, or zombies?
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