Starting with a DOT approved thermo-plastic poly alloy shell, the helmet features handcrafted elastomer “bat ears” that are rigid enough to hold their shape, but flexible enough to not shatter or break off in the event of an accident.
Along with cutting quite the silhouette, the HD100 has other traits you’d expect to find in a high quality helmet. Things like a dual exhaust venting system and removable comfort liner as well as adjustable chin vents that directs air upward across the inside of the shield to help reduce fogging.
There’s even a speaker pocket for a communication system (Alfred, can you hear me?).
Update – May 2019:
Despite an incredible product Helmet Dawg seems to be kaput. The HD100 is no longer available for sale.