KIRSH will debut their new half helmet in Texas this weekend. KIRSH’s Joe Catalino will be on hand to discuss the new low profile DOT approved KIRSH helmet while riders enjoy music from Foghat, Kentucky Headhunters and Edgar Winter all in the middle of BBQ heaven. Contact the company directly to set up an appointment to and demo the new helmet and feel the difference. Rockers, Riders and Ribs will be held Friday, October 20 and Saturday, October 21 in downtown Longview.
Kirsh Helmets, Inc., a member of the Impact Technologies family, was formed in late January 2017 to take up the challenge of commercializing the patented technology invented by Jason Kirshon. Focusing first on solving the problem of unsafe – but popular – novelty half-shell motorcycle helmets, Kirsh’s CHM-1 outperforms “competing” helmets by orders of magnitude in independent testing.
At one half of an inch thick, the CHM-1 is the lowest-profile half-shell helmet on the market. Made from high-quality materials, coupled with the advanced impact technology, it is also DOT–certified and entirely manufactured in the U.S.A.