What's that? Half of your helmet is missing. You got jacked my man. Does that make you mad?
Woah, no need to get aggro. I'd be mad too if I bought a helmet that didn't protect my majestic 90s buttrock Van Dyke. Luckily, there's helmets out there with just as much freedom, but look after that mug.
Meet the Airframe Statistic. ICON likes guns and motorcycles too, you can be friends:
|Pictured: Peace through Superior Compensation|
And they make helmets that protect your face. Do you know that 40% of all helmet impacts are to the face and jaw? It's true.
This crash statistic was heavily referenced in the 1981 study The Hurt Report. The initial study was done by Dietmar Otte of the Hannover Medical School for the Department of Traffic Accident Research in Germany.
They even made a new helmet called the Airframe Statistic
with those very crash numbers on it.