DMD Seventyfive – Koi
According to Japanese culture, a “Koi” is a fish, among them.
There is a legend that says that these fish will one day become dragons.
All they had to do was swim upstream and overcome a waterfall. It does not seem very easy but the Nor is life.
What they seek to represent with this legend is a triumph, to become what you want in this life and with this helmet.
You will surely feel more fulfilled. We could even deduce that that dragon used a pretty fish.
Like the drawings of the Japanese samurai, this helmet decorated with a mixture of dark tones, in which the motif not always well defined.
The legend of Koi fish dates back thousands of years but this helmet.
As its name suggests, inspired by the year the company created: 1975.
I don’t think fish can breathe out of the water but like humans, they have decided to improve ventilation with a frontal air intake.
The shell is entirely made of Carbon Fiber and Kevlar, which provides exceptional safety with ECE homologation.
In order not to fall short they incorporate a double ring closure.
As we well know, black never goes out of style and even less with a combination as good as matte black and its drawings! it confers a very retro and aggressive aesthetic that makes it beautiful.
Ah! that we forgot! The interior is removable and washable, so you can calmly sweat in summer, take it apart and put it in the washing machine!
- Very small shell made of carbon fiber and Kevlar.
- Completely removable and washable interior.
- Double ring closure strap.
- ECE approval.