Helmets for Your Brainskull

How many helmets does it take to protect a brainskull? One. One helmet is going to save your life one day. It’s the difference between a hard skull and a soft one, and I think you know what I’m trying to say. But I know you’re also concerned with fashion. Fashion over death, we live in that world, make no mistake. So even though these helmets aren’t made exclusively to make your head look nice, they’ve got that going for them too!

They’re made for the protection of your head AND the protection of your coolness. What you see below may seem like three different helmets, but they’ve all basically got the same thing going for them. Each of the three is designed smart enough to look great being worn in any number of situations, and with all that flat real-estate up there, you could paint, sticker, etch, anything into the helmet to make it look real nice.

But they didn’t say that, I did. Not sure if etching would void the warrantee, perhaps. But I’d do it anyway.

Designer: Stefan Wallmann

Several Sports Helmets by Stefan Wallmann

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10 Comments

  • alienzexist says:

    3-dimensional objects need to be seen in 3d, the renderings are ok but i am skeptical if this helmet even looks good when someone is wearing it. but you cant tell from the illustrations. and why the break in material right at the top of the head? Form should follow function and this design does not look like it will save your life… just saying

  • DM says:

    Looks really nice and stylish! The question of safety needs to be researched, though.

  • Lamah says:

    What the heck is a “brainskull”?

  • hiko says:

    I think there are many cool cycle helmets already.
    Of course, this is nice too.

  • Jerry Nanson says:

    Are these helmets for sale yet?

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