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Official Halo Master Chief Motorcycle Helmet: Safety Evolved

by Lambert Varias
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We’ve seen a Master Chief motorcycle helmet before, but that was made by a fan and is not road legal. But start saving Halo fans, because next year NECA will release an official and DOT-approved Master Chief motorcycle helmet. The toymaker recently shared these images of the helmet’s sculpt prototype.

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Here’s a short video of the prototype:

NECA promised to share more behind-the-scenes information about the helmet soon, so keep an eye on their blog for that.

[via Halo Waypoint]

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