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Troxel launches Western fashion helmet series

Article-Troxel launches Western fashion helmet series

Troxel launches Western fashion helmet series
Troxel LLC introduces a new series of western helmets called the Rebel.

Troxel LLC, the worldwide leader in ASTM/SEI-certified equestrian helmets, announces the introduction of a new series of western helmets called the Rebel. Featuring stylish western graphics, low profile silhouette, and unmatched fit and comfort.

“Inspired by western fashion trends, the Rebel series speaks to riders who are looking for helmets that are fashionable with a bit of an edge,” said Troxel’s CEO, Shay Timms. “This collection delivers three unique graphics sure to appeal to western riders”.

Troxel’s new Rebel is the latest addition to its very successful and popular line of western helmets. The new series incorporates western fashion graphics on a sporty helmet ideal for riders in and out of the arena. The new Rebel series introduces the next level of western helmets with three edgy graphics: Rocker, Cross and Star.

The Rebel helmet’s feature an ultra light, low profile design, and incorporate Troxel’s revolutionary CinchFit™ fit system, which automatically adjusts to the shape of the rider's head for an unmatched level of comfort and stability.

Built for exceptional performance and comfort, the Rebel arms riders with high-end features that make this helmet ideal for a little rebellious riding.

Available in small, medium and large, the Rebel will be available in January 2013 from select retailers and catalogs at an MSRP of $64.95.  For a complete listing of retailers, visit Troxel’s Website

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