Bern Unlimed And Keep All Your Memories

[03/02/10] 

From the moment we rode our first bike, to the last time we did a drunken, naked, down-hill slalom run, we’ve been putting our brain boxes in jeopardy. As if we weren’t losing enough brain cells with all the hay fever sneezing, head bumping on red MTR handles, and late nights at underground Connect Four dens, we have the self-audacity to try extreme sports without sufficient cranial coverage. As our mothers used to say, this is only going to end in tears.

Fortunately the boys at Bern Unlimited have no limit to the love they show for your brain. Their range of rock-steady helmets will keep your chrome-dome from harm’s way next time you’re out pretending to be Shaun White on the slopes of Niseko, or attempting a wheelie down Pottinger Lane. There are helmets for him and helmets for her, and they also do a nice range in head and earphones so you can cruise in style. If you’re really keen to protect your noggin, their new G2 helmets weigh only 0.3 of a kilogram and feature Zipmold construction and extra vents so you can let off steam without losing your head.

Remember, your brain is your friend.

Bern Helmets
www.bernunlimited.com ; G2 costs approximately HK$1,000
Available for delivery in Hong Kong through www.bargainboards.co.uk

Nuts & Bolts
Protect your brain box with a decent helmet


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