RockGardn Warbird Full Face Helmet
|MSRP : $129.95|
Product DescriptionThe Warbird Series helmets derive their paint schemes from the two most famous fighters of WWII, the North American P-51 Mustang and the Messerschmitt ME-109, and are done with incredible attention to detail.
The “Naughty But Nice” is our take on the infamous P-51 Mustang, complete with D-Day stripes, “stars-and-bars”, ace markings, and our own red-headed Vargas girl!
The “Galland” paint scheme, derived from the Messerschmitt ME-109 flown by ace pilot Adolf Galland, features his signature cigar-chomping, axe-and-pistol-brandishing “Mickey Maus” plane art, expertly mottled “tigershark” camo base, and sky-blue undercarriage camouflage.
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