Leading two-wheeler helmets manufacturer
Steelbird Helmets has added a new brand line in its portfolio by launching ‘Ares’
for professional riders. Priced in the range of Rs 2,999 to Rs 3,999 the helmet
will be available on different models like Stroke, Skull, Denim and Devil.
Rajeev Kapur, Managing Director, Steelbird
Helmets, said that “the product has been named after the Greek God of war.” Ares
signifies Steelbird’s crusade for riders’ safety and protection and also
promises to take the street biking experience to a new level of safety, substance
as well as style,”.
boasts of high-end material and technologies, including a special fabric used
by NASA for astronauts. The ‘outlast’ technology, originally developed for
NASA, utilises materials that absorb, store and release heat for
optimal thermal comfort. Outlast technology is comparable
to ice in a drink; as it changes from solid to liquid, it absorbs heat and
cools the drink, keeping that drink at the desired temperature for longer.
The helmets are made of high impact strength shell with high density of EPS to absorb the
impact. It also has imported, unbreakable visors in different colors, unique
visor locking system to ensure safety in case of accident and single push user
friendly button to open the helmet. The visor mechanism is designed in such a manner
that while opening and closing of the visor the screws will never open and no
metal part is provided in the visor mechanism so it will never get rusted.
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