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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.
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.
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.
Another customization design that is perfect for motorcycle helmets is flames. Having a flame design on their helmet makes a motorcycle rider look like he/she means business! At the same time, there is something about this design that seems to work perfectly with speed themes.Fantasy designs are also a great idea for customizing a helmet. These come in a wide range of designs from very masculine to ultra feminine themes. Really the only thing that limits this design is the helmet owner’s imagination.
So the novelty helmets, with their glossy and low profile look, may never be completely safe. Besides, the half helmets come with inner protective lining for securing your skull but will not protect your most sensitive facial parts of the head.
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