What is more badass than skulls, barbed wire and thick, ominous chains? That was a rhetorical question so if you came up with an alternate answer feel free to slowly lower your hand and zip it, nerd. Another blast from the always progressive Icon past, the Skull graphic has waited a long and lonely thirteen years to meet its true soulmate: the Airflite. Originally designed by Tanner 'Skull Guy' Goldbeck, the man behind many a beloved Icon helmet graphic, the skull graphic has been reborn to roam the streets once more on a brand new and equally sinister canvas.
Don't be pigeonholed into a certain type of riding. You may not fit into a neat little riding category so rock a helmet that doesn't either. The Icon Airflite Helmet can attack corners on the weekends and battle against traffic on the weekdays. It doesn't matter if you're looking through ape hangers or gripping clip-ons. The Icon Air Flite Helmet doesn't care what you ride. It just wants to go fast and look threatening.
Its chin vent is functional to flow air and terrify à la a Hannibal Lecter face mask. Intake vents snort in so much fresh air that you can smell pedestrians' fear as you're rolling down the block. They will not jaywalk in front of you. A drop down internal sun visor allows you to manage the sun or go to incognito mode at the flip of a switch. The injection molded polycarbonate shell is strong to absorb energy and remain intact just in case you unintentionally headbutt something solid. Its Hydradry liner wicks moisture to keep your noggin dry and comfortable.
The Icon Airflite Helmet has functional features and an aggressive style that stands out. Chianti and fava beans not included.