When buying your ideal novelty motorcycle helmet the most important place to start is always making sure that you look for helmets that are certified by the D.O.T (US Department of Transport). Helmets certified by DOT have met the safety standards set by them, or alternatively look for helmets that have been certified by the Snell Foundation. As long as your novelty motorcycle helmets meet these requirements then we can move onto custom design and graphics.
Unique Novelty Helmets
Most unique novelty motorcycle helmets are half face and German style helmets due to the fact that they’re mostly for show but still offer protection to the top of the skull and as long as they’re also certified by the DOT or the Snell Foundation. You’ll find that some of the German motorcycle helmets are not DOT certified so be sure to keep an eye out for that.
Two of the most popular brands that specialize in novelty motorcycle helmets are Outlaw and Xrated which is based right out of Australia. Unlike the usual cheap motorcycle helmets novelty helmets can be customized to your preferences so you’ll find that the price can sometimes be high but that’s only because it’s specialized to suit you.
Outlaw Novelty Motorcycle Helmets
Outlaw novelty motorcycle helmets specialize in German style helmets and therefore have a big range in various graphics and styles available. Do you like butterfly graphics on your helmet? Maybe you like roses or if you’re a guy you might prefer some skulls and bones. Whatever your taste you’re sure to find what you like as you can have a look at their website or even visit eBay where you’re sure to find a bargain if you look carefully. Expect to pay anywhere from $40 and up for these cool helmets.
XRated helmets on the other hand also specialize in customized graphics to suit your taste. With a focus aimed towards comfort, safety and not just design makes these helmets extremely lucrative. Their available range includes:
- Bicycle Helmets
- Freestyle Helmets
- Motorcycle Helmets
- And Novelty Helmets
Their helmets cover a wider range of activities like skateboarding, triathlon and even snow skiing. With a variety like this you can take comfort in knowing that they know what they are doing when it comes to designing novelty motorcycle helmets. Have a look at their website to see what’s on offer or try to find a dealer in your area when you find something you like. Price wise you should expect to pay around $60 Australian and up to $200 for their novelty helmets.
Apart from the above two brands there are many wholesalers that will fit the bill. Do a simple search on Google and locate wholesalers in your area to find your ideal novelty motorcycle helmets, and don’t forget to try Amazon or eBay where you might be surprised to find Discount Motorcycle Helmets.