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category and Published on March 09th, 2018 by Morgan Jones.
Unless you are an airbrush professional, you will need to take your helmet to a specialty airbrush shop to get your motorcycle helmet airbrushed. The artists at these shops are extremely talented and professional and can offer you suggestions of what to get. If you already know what you want, then go ahead and bring a picture with you so that the artist can get an idea of what you are looking for. It is always better to provide too much information as opposed to not enough information when it comes to things like this.
Some interesting customization ideas: owning a custom motorcycle helmet is an amazing experience. it provides the owner with a unique statement while riding their motorcycle. at the same time, the use of quality paint and clear coats gives it a top-class finish that is not commonly found on traditional off the shelf helmets.
Safety and comfort: comfort is essential, but safety should be your top priority. A helmet is useless if it does not provide safety and protection you need. To make sure that you are complying with the DOT laws is to purchase it with the DOT’s approval and certification. You will ensure that your headgear is reliable when you consider these guidelines. If you have long hair a higher base at the neck will accommodate for ponytails and braids.
A custom motorcycle helmet is something different – it’s made SPECIFICALLY for you. It’s one-of-a-kind: everything from the texture of the helmet to the design of the pattern — the color(s) you choose, both exterior and interior.People who create a custom design helmet are considered airbrush artists whose focus is on attention to detail, great finishes, unique designs and customer taste. Comparing a custom helmet with one purchased directly off-the-shelf is, according to some.
What Model Helmet is the Best? Part of the custom motorcycle helmets process is choosing what model is best for the customer. Besides selecting a full-face, open-face, ¾-face, shorty, etc., it is also necessary to decide whether or not the helmet will meet DOT safety standards.
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