If you play Halo and ride motorcycles, your two interests have finally made an inevitable collision. That’s right, someone took the iconic helmet from Master Chief’s head and turned it into the Halo Motorcycle Helmet.
Made by the National Entertainment Collectibles Association, it’s a motorcycle helmet fashioned from the unmistakable visage of the one and only, Master Chief Petty Officer John-117. Not only will it protect your skull from untoward accidents that can happen while riding your favorite two-wheel steed, it’s accurate enough to make for an awesome costume if you can swing the rest of Master Chief’s heavily-armored gear.
The Halo Motorcycle Helmet is street-legal and DOT-approved, so you can rock like your favorite FPS protagonist every time you hop on a bike, whether you ride a brutish Harley, a gentle Vespa, or that crazy Polaris Slingshot. It uses a modular design that allows the front to pop up because that’s what sci-fi helmets are supposed to do. For comfort, the headwear comes with front air intakes to reduce shield fogging, as well as rear exhaust vents and a contoured center pad to keep heads cool and dry.
Features include a reflective shield with UV protection, glove-friendly visor flip switch, dual-layer EPS cheek pads, moisture-wicking interior lining, eyeglass-friendly inner dimensions, and a double D-ring nylon chin strap. Construction is high-grade ABS plastic, with a matte UV-protective clear coat.
A limited edition release, the Halo Motorcycle Helmet is scheduled for availability in July. No pricing has been announced.