Monday, March 24, 2014

BERN HELMETS - Brighton & Macon Models... To peak or not to peak, that is the question?

Did you know, all our  
BERN ASNZ 2008:2063 MODEL HELMETS – MACON & BRIGHTON 
 are available with or without a peak straight out of the box?


Aftermarket liner kits without without peaks are also available if you change your mind after the initial helmet purchase.

The choice is yours, it also allows for a custom helmet for any condition.

Another reason to consider BERN HELMETS. 
Not to mention the comfortable fit and awesome range of colours.

*BERN MACON & BRIGTON EPS LINER HELMETS ARE MADE TO ASNZ 2008:2063, CPSE & CE STANDARDS



TSG DAWN FULL CUT HELMET - The dawn of superior protection.

The TSG DAWN FULL CUT HELMET 
has been gathering momentum out there and for good reason.

It is the only FULL CUT helmet that offers the additional protection of a full EPS LINER.


 
We have had quite a few riders switch to this model after serious bingles where a regular cutaway helmet simply does not offer as much protection.

Even better, the additional protection won’t cost you a cent extra! 

The TSG DAWN the same price as our EVOLUTION HELMET.

Available in FLAT BLACK sizes S/M & L/XL

*This helmet is made to CPSE & CE standards

Thursday, March 6, 2014

TOY MACHINE - ED TEMPLETON EPICLY LATER'D - WATCH THIS!

If your looking for a good watch and a sober recollection of the movement that ushered in modern street skateboarding look no further. 



Check out part 1, 2, 3, 4 & 5 of Vice magazines Epicly Later'd interviews with 
Toy Machine founder Ed Templeton right here...


Epicly Later'd: Ed Templeton Part 1


Epicly Later'd: Ed Templeton Part 2




Epicly Later'd Ed Templeton Part 3 - Click link below:

http://www.vice.com/epicly-later-d/ed-templeton-part-3



Epicly Later'd Ed Templeton Part 4 - Click link below:

http://www.vice.com/epicly-later-d/ed-templeton-part-4 



 Epicly Later'd Ed Templeton Part 5 - Click link below:

http://www.vice.com/epicly-later-d/ed-templeton-part-5 

Epicly Later'd Ed Templeton Part 6 - Click link below:

 

TSG PASS DOWNHILL RACING HELMET - AUSTRALIAN RELEASE ALERT

What's this? No it's not a promotion for the new Daft Punk single, it's the new  
TSG PASS DOWNHILL HELMET 
set for release in Australia in April 2014

 

The long awaited downhill helmet by TSG, in collaboration with three times World Champion Martin Siegrist, has finally been announced to hit the shelves in March or April of this year.

Design

The extremely compact and aerodynamic design has been developed specifically with daredevil speed runs of asphalt surfers in mind and is optimally adapted to the anatomy of the head. The front part of the PASS Helmet is much shorter compared to other helmets. That not only looks better design-wise, but also makes for increased protection due to a larger chin guard.

View

The large window with single-handed-use visor makes for optimised peripheral vision, even in the tightest of steep turns. The spherical lens geometry supports distortion-free vision all the way to the periphery. The inside of the visor comes with anti-fog coating, and the outer side with anti-scratch treatment to protect the shield from light wear and tear.
The view window has a sealing so that the visor is completely sealed when closed, and no airflow comes in. Each helmet comes with two visors: mirrored tinted and clear, which can be used in various light conditions. Switching visors can be done easily and without tools.

Ventilation

Two small vent ports in the nose area allow air exchange. In addition, the exhalation-fogging blocker positioned around the nose ensures that exhaled air doesn’t flow upwards, fogging up the visor. The fogging blocker is made of soft foam and is supplied in two sizes for optimum adaptation to different facial geometries. Two more small openings at ear level improve the wearer’s perception of ambient noise.
The PASS helmet is available in four different sizes, thus covering head sizes with a circumference from 54 cm to 61 cm.

Certificates

The TSG PASS helmet meets the requirements of the European EN 1078 standards for skate and bike helmets. In addition, it was tested on the American ASTM F1952 standard for Downhill Helmets. The visors have also been tested and meet the European safety requirements for personal eye protection (EN 174).




 *TSG PASS is not ASNZ 2063:2008 and is not suitable as a road bicycle helmet. For closed road downhill skateboarding use only.

SELFIES ... SOOOO HOT RIGHT NOW?

I don't care how good your duck-face is, it's got nothin' on this latest offering from your benevolent overlord...

TOY MACHINE!


Hitting stores in Oz today, be quick, pre-delivery demand has been hotter than that snap you took of yourself in the bathroom at the party that you thought no one saw.