Deus Ex Machina
Garcia Open Face Helmet
Strictly No Online Returns:
Due to safety reasons, helmets are strictly non-refundable.
It is absolutely imperative that measurements be closely looked at before purchase. We highly recommend visiting a local store and correctly measuring your helmet size.
Introducing the Deus NUTSHELLS collection.
A carefully curated offering of lids, designed to appeal to any rider - the three-piece collection comprises a traditional full-face, a vintage MX and an open-face model.
Safety first … each helmet is DOT & ECE certified and manufactured using high-quality fiberglass outer construction. Each design incorporates multiple shell sizing, to ensure a snug fit across the size grade, and are all goggle and glasses compatible.
Designed to protect your neck, your noggin, and all the squishy bits in between.
The collection embraces all our favorite vintage design features and finishes, across some classic styles – we’ve thrown in some bright paintwork, classic logo branding and made most of them 3 snap retro visor compatible, making it easy to mix it up where you want.
All the comfort, reliability and safety of a modern helmet, with the nostalgia and look of a vintage lid - get your head into a NUTSHELL today.
Garcia Open Face Helmet
- Constructed form 4 different shell sizes
- High-quality fiberglass outer construction
- Removable 3 stud slim visor
- Removable and washable anti-microbial liner
- Double D-ring and button back secure loop-strap
- Exposed face mask studs
- Goggle and glasses compatible
- Headphone space
- DOT and ECE Certification
Deus NUTSHELLS carry BOTH the DOT & ECE Certification.
ECE SAFETY CERTIFICATION:
ECE (Economic Commission for Europe) indicates a more rigorously tested product. Helmets with an E-mark approval (found sewn into the chin-strap) are road-legal in over 50 European countries and over 20 non-European countries that have also adopted the regulation (this includes Australia). Please check local ECE acceptance guides before purchasing.
Having an ECE approval means that the helmet has been exposed to a number of tests, which determine whether the helmet offers sufficient protection to be approved for use on the European roads. Crashes are simulated to measure the level of protection, quality of the chinstrap and the size of the field of view while wearing the helmet.
ECE 22.05 requires mandatory sample testing of every production of helmets before they leave the factory, not with random testing once products are already in the hands of consumers.
Helmets certified to the ECE 22.05 standard are approved for competition events by AMA, CCS, FIM, Formula-USA and Moto GP.
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