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How to Decide on a Design for a Custom Motorcycle Helmet? Design custom motorcycle helmets are fashioned according to user specifications. Although there are several helmet designs in the market, sometimes putting on what really suits your specific needs is the best.
Nonetheless, “novelty” motorcycle helmets are very popular and adapt themselves very well to custom graphics, airbrushing and decals. “novelty” styles include chrome, marble, leather, carbon fiber, solid colors and German shapes. Those purchasing these helmets are warned that they are not designed for safety, as they will not protect the head on impact.
When your budget is large enough, you can focus on top brands such as Shoei, Bell, and HJC helmets for customization. These brands of helmets are usually more expensive than Scorpion, Rodia, and other brands but may give you the best custom quality motorcycle helmets.
The perfect fit: is the most decisive steps you should take into consideration. Helmets effectiveness and safety depends its size to fit correctly to prevent. Make sure that the helmets fit snugly in your head, it should have an adjustable strap, and it should sit low on your forehead with its edge just above your eyebrow. If you have long hair allow for some extra room if you will be putting a braid in there.
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.
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