Legendary rock band KISS has joined forces with O'Neal USA, one of the leading manufacturers of motorcycle and BMX accessories, to produce a limited edition of KISS helmets (photo) that feature the "Destroyer" artwork. Available under the name RockHard, each helmet is certified and numbered with its own Certificate of Authenticity.According to a press release, "RockHard Helmets is the ultimate expression in the purest form. Each helmet is produced with exclusive graphics personally approved by the world’s greatest music artists and pop culture icons. . . Each helmet passes the highest safety standards from around the world are certified with such standards in each country in which they are sold. These standards include DOT, SNELL, Australia, EU, Japan and ECE. Each helmet is produced with the finest in materials and is made with the most comfortable liners for a perfect fit every ride."
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