Frankly it can be hairy riding your bike in the city at night. The Urbanize Night Helmet by Lazer eases anxiety with integrated LED lights in front and back and moisture wicking lining to keep a cool head.
ICON’s Variant Helmet is a range (and head) topper: it sports an anti-lift, anti-glare visor, spoiler to reduce buffeting, oversized intake and exhaust ports, and EPS nose to reduce shield fogging.
DIY doesn’t get much more legit than Harrison Krix: the professional prop creator was commissioned by Daft Punk to replicate a gold helmet and outlines the entire process here.
Made with carbon fiber, Arai’s Corsair V RC is an ultra-lightweight motorbike helmet; each lid takes 22 man hours to make and will likely be only available in a limited edition run.
Anyone with half a brain will deduce that Quique the Head is just a viral video for Diesel’s Motorcycle Helmet, but they’re definitely a-head of the pack in terms of funniness.
The bicycle helmet goes modular with this NYC Helmet concept; it’s composed of a polystyrene inner shell and an array of customizable outer covers that vary in style and color.
At a savings of $15, the Doctor Who Helmet Pack consists of three of WETA’s first 1/4 scale helmets from his worst enemies: the Sycorax, Sontaran Officer Linx and Ice Warrior.
It’ll be hard getting guys to sign up for a “safety” helmet, but Rawlings S100 withstands baseball impacts of up to 100 mph thanks to its polypropylene and composite insert structure.
Indecisiveness need not be a bad thing with Scorpion’s EXO-900 motorcycle helmet; it transforms between a full-face, flip-front modular and open face 3/4 helmet with peak sun visor.
Resembling a sleek Stormtrooper helmet, Lazer’s Tardiz Helmet his US shores this summer; a two-piece design releases hot air while its Aquavent uses water to cool your head.
In the movie, it was always Bumblebee trying to sound human–but this Bumblebee Voice Mixer and Helmet will remix your voice with six different music styles; Autobots, get jiggy!
Though still a work in progress, Tom Banwell’s leather Underground Explorer Helmet is perfect for steampunk spelunkers; it includes a respirator, headlamp and oxygen canister.
Brown leather piping, suede inserts, and ultra soft leather stand out in OMP Racing’s Vintage Collection of helmets, boots and gloves, all inspired by 60s Bullitt-star Steve McQueen.
Borsalino’s helmets are clearly out of our budget (they’ve been making hats since the 19th century), but their mix of hard/soft and retro/new textures is almost good enough to eat.
The HJC FS-15’s carbon fiber isn’t just for show; it’s a full-shell, wind-tunnel tested helmet which features an anti-fog system, advanced ventilation, and tool-less lens replacement.
British firefighters are snuffing out flames in style with their Gallet F1-SF helmets, which feature gold-plated visors to reflect UV heat; these guys/gals could seriously moonlight as Daft Punk.
A minimalist remix of military and 60s racer lines, this Diesel Motorcycle Helmet isn’t all looks: it sports padded neck protection, a removable inner liner and interchangeable visor.
Proceeds from the Livestrong Helmet Collection go to Lance Armstrong’s cancer foundation; Ionos is the most advanced, with a composite sub frame, 21 vents and exhaust ports.
It’s probably not wearable, but this life-sized Final Fantasy XII helmet will earn you some serious cosplay cred; it’s limited in availability for all you Judge Magister Gabranth fans.
Using a new shell-forming process, Shoei’s VFX-W motocross helmet delivers a one-two knockout: the fiberglass + organic fibers are not only more durable, but more aggressive.
None of us here own a motorcycle, but that’s not stopping us from craving this limited edition Gundam Helmet; it’s stenciled with goofy Engrish, but still looks mighty sweet in gold.
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