Carbon Fiber Beanie Helmet

carbonfiberhelmetOf course you don’t need to ride a carbon fiber custom built motorcycle to wear one like that. The advantage? Made of super light-weight ABS construction with a durable, high gloss finish (UV protected) to show off your carbon fiber helmet. Other features: plush and absorbent interior liner, includes a removable visor (face-shield compatible), stainless steel dual D-rings, a DOT approved helmet sticker displayed on the back of the helmet under the clear coat so you should be protected from tickets (words of the manufacturer), and comes with a free helmet bag. For sale online at Moto Direct.

12 Responses to “Carbon Fiber Beanie Helmet”

  1. 1 jatinder pal Feb 5th, 2010 at 1:28 am

    Looks good and forever cool.

  2. 2 Olive Oil Feb 5th, 2010 at 12:36 pm

    Insane not to wear a regulation DOT approved helmet. Each to their own.

  3. 3 cwglide Feb 5th, 2010 at 12:46 pm

    Ride smart, wear a helmet.

  4. 4 Joe Skonecki Feb 5th, 2010 at 5:58 pm

    The helmet looks great!

    To each their own.
    Some times I don’t want to wear a helmet.
    No one has the right to tell me otherwise.

    God bless the USA.

  5. 5 Bigalyts Feb 6th, 2010 at 7:47 pm

    No one has the right to tell you not to Crap in your Pants either, but that doesn’t make it right to do it! The Bottom line is if you got a Head that’s worth protecting then Ride without ! They said that Helmet is DOT ! Good Luck, ride without a Lid ! You’ll need it !@#$%$#@#$

  6. 6 Fluke Feb 7th, 2010 at 5:40 pm

    I don’t want to be forced to wear a crash hat, but I ain’t stupid enough to ride without one.

  7. 7 Kirk Perry Feb 8th, 2010 at 9:49 am

    I’d like to find a non-DOT approved carbon fiber helmet w/ snap-on visor (the smoke gray visor that you can look through).

    I don’t want the thickness of a DOT helmet. I’ve worn a DOT peanut once before. I felt like a bobble-head, and that my head was so heavy with plastic and foam that the impact of a crash would pop my head off like a grape.
    I only drive 63 mph and if I get in trouble, it’s easy to just jump off and start running.

    If anyone can direct me to an illegal carbon-fiber peanut shell, I’ll buy one today.

  8. 8 Kirk Perry Feb 8th, 2010 at 11:45 am
    • Dimensions: 8.5 inches from ear to ear and 10.5 inches from front to back
    • Super lightweight: Only 29 ounces! (which I calculate to be 1lb. 13 oz.)
    • The smallest and lowest profile EPS liner on the market, at 3/4″ thick

    My non-dot beanie w/ snap on visor is 7.5″ wide and 9.5″ long and weighs 1.20 (or 1.8 oz.)
    So, the DOT helmet runs 5 oz. heavier than my current non-DOT beanie.

    Their carbon helmet dims. are 1″ wider and 1″ longer than non-DOT.

    I wonder how deep they sit on your head. Are they high profile or low-brow?

    I might order one, sine they have a 365 day return policy. Thanks for the link. 🙂

  9. 9 Kirk Perry Feb 8th, 2010 at 11:57 am

    Ordered one. I’ll wear test it and report back.

  10. 10 Chief Waldo Feb 8th, 2010 at 12:06 pm

    I wear a helmet, AND I crap in my pants whenever I damn well fell like it!
    I don’t crap in my helmet, though.

  11. 11 Axel Feb 8th, 2010 at 5:15 pm

    Insane to be so afraid of riding a motorcycle that you have to wear a helmet. Why not just lock yourself in your bathroom?
    Oh yeah, more people die from head injuries from falling in the tub than from riding motorcycles!
    What to do?
    I know! I’ll just ride without being afraid!!!!

  12. 12 Kirk Perry Feb 13th, 2010 at 9:46 am

    The helmet arrived and it’s everything the mfg. claims. Extremely well made and light. Easy to buckle, thick and narrow nylon chin strap. It’s a translucent charcoal helmet, with a silver carbon fiber/Kevlar base. They’re a good value compared to other carbon/Kevlar helmets.

    I seriously doubt whether you’d ever get pulled over by the po-lice as a non-DOT helmet.

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