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SAHN HELMETS

If Apple designer Jonathan Ive designed bicycle helmets they would probably look like these. SAHN is a new helmet manufacturer out of Vancouver, BC. It was founded by designers Matt Kelly and Sen-Huy Tan, they shared a vision to provide better cycling helmet alternatives for the discerning buyer. Their first model is this beautiful classic helmet available in three sizes and in a variety of colors. SAHN online store is coming soon, you can get them now from Amazon.

Also check out the very cool Carrea Foldable Helmet




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