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'Halo' die-hards will get their very own motorcycle helmet in July

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Who says motorcycle helmets have to be functional, not fashionable? Renowned toy-maker NECA is getting into the headgear game with a street-legal design based on Halo's main man, Master Chief. The helmet features front air intakes to prevent fogging and rear exhaust vents to keep your head cool and comfy while driving your Warthog into walls. Plus there's a reflective shield with UV protection and removable top and cheek pads. And don't worry, you'll be able to fit your Coke-bottle specs under there.

NECA teased the Halo helmet all the way back in June with concept images, leaving plenty of time for fans to save up for a new hog. The fresh images are still marked "not final" and there's no price just yet, but Master Chief is definitely starting to take form. The Halo helmet is due to hit stores in July, fully approved by the Department of Transportation in the United States (approval from the Covenant Empire is still pending, however).

Via: Polygon
Source: NECA
In this article: Halo, helmet, motorcycle, NECA
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