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Helmets that do not meet these guidelines are known as “novelty” helmets. Customers are warned that these helmets are not considered legal in most states and, therefore, are not permitted to be worn when riding on public streets.
The first step in customizing a helmet is to choose one that perfectly fits your head. It would be a waste of money to purchase one that will not fit and give the head the protection that it needs. Always remember that the primary reason for wearing a helmet is safety.
Retention: a helmet is useless if it does not stay on your head in unexpectedly getting off. A simple test to ensure that this helmet will stay on your head is to check its chinstrap you are holding. Keep in mind that its retention depends on the adjustable power of its chinstrap.
After the color has been selected, it is time for the helmet to be painted with unique designs. When selecting a design, you should always ensure that it fits your personality. You can also depict your interests in the helmet’s design. Most paint jobs these days are done using an airbrush. Make sure you find a quality airbrush and someone with the required skills as they are not all the same.
Such helmets are smaller and sleeker and offer a wide variety of shapes and styles, including the classic USA, German, and Polo styles among others. By adding stickers, paint jobs, logos and any other items to the helmets, they can portray your intended attitude while you are riding.
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