Icon Domain 2 Warthog Helmet

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    Rating 4.80 of 5 (5 Reviews)
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    Icon Domain 2 Warthog Helmet
    • Fiberglass / dyneema / carbon fiber / aramid® composite shell
    • DOT and Snell M2005 approved (North America )
    • ECE 22-05 approved (Europe)
    • Prolock™ secure shield locking system
    • Dorsal vent for additional ram-air induction
    • Large rear exhaust ports route hot air out of helmet
    • Removable molded breath deflector reduces shield fogging
    • Removable chin curtain seals out unwanted turbulence
    • Unique bottom mounted chin air intake system
    • Quick-change fog-free Proshield™ with side plates


    Note: Rubatone paint is a special formula of rubberized polymers and vivid color. A helmet finish like no other.This rubberized “Grippy” surface was developed for the sole purpose of matching your riding gear. Its flat appearance and distinct feel give you the street style that you’ve been looking for

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    Overall Rating: 4.80 of 5

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    Excellent Helmet

    This helmet exceeds all my expectations. Fits great, low wind noise level, definitely worth the money.

    Brad - April 28, 2011

    (Grand Island, NE)

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    ICON Warthog Helmet

    This is by far the best helmet I have ever worn, air flow excellent, comfort excellent, Looks everyone comments on how great it looks. Thank you!

    John - June 07, 2010

    (Bohemia, NY)

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    Icon - Domain 2 Warthog Helmet

    Very good looking helmet, rubatone finish is amazing, my helmet is still in mint condition but I don’t think scratches or nicks will stand out much at all. Fits snug for the size labeled, very comfortable though. Spoiler is functional and at highway speed it defiantly helps a lot with the wind resistance, however with all the vents up top, when you look to the side at speed, it works against you, airflow is not bad at all, helmet is lighter than most. I believe this helmet is about $50-$70 overpriced, but if you like the graphics and features, and also a trustworthy name, it is worth the extra money. If I had the opportunity to trade this helmet in for another in the same price range, I would keep the warthog.

    bryan - October 23, 2009

    (sacramento, CA)

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    Good buy

    Great helmet, a bit on the expensive side but has good airflow when riding

    Clarke - May 08, 2009

    (Arlington, TX)

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    Awesome Helmet

    Bought this helmet last week and I love it. I have a shoei which I thought was so comfortable. Then I bought the icon warthog, (So much better). I feel like I have more protection with the way it fits and feels. Great helmet. The airflow, the best I have ever had. It’s like having a mini fan blown when you have all vents open, perfect for those hot days.

    chris - September 22, 2008

    (Pasadena, MD)
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