Kirsh Helmets goes to market

by on July 31, 2017
in Industry News

Kirsh Helmets of Schenectady, New York, is positioned to begin production and marketing of a DOT-approved, low-profile half-shell motorcycle helmet, with the conclusion of its seed round of fund-raising which brought the company more than $1 million in investments. Kirsh will be bringing to market the design and technology patented by Impact Technologies, Inc.

Kirsh Helmet Image | Biker Chick News

Kirsh Helmets combine a lightweight and low-profile design to provide strength and durability with reduced drag. The helmets routinely exceed DOT testing requirements, according to information provided to BikerChickNews. They use a patented Fluid Displacement Liner (FDL), which also works as a conductor to pull heat off the rider’s head, eliminating the need for ventilation.

Kirsh Helmet Cooling Liner | Biker Chick News

Kirsh will exhibit their product at the upcoming 77th Annual Sturgis Rally, August 4-10 in Sturgis, SD; the AIMExpo, September 21-24 in Columbus, OH; and Biketoberfest, October 19-22 in Daytona Beach, FL.

Photos courtesy Kirsh Helmets; used by permission.

 

 

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    2 Responses to “Kirsh Helmets goes to market”
    1. Isaac says:

      Wow, that’s a really cool helmet! Really does look lightweight.

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