Helmet Wrap “Space Oddity 2.0” (not only Shoei)

Helmet Wrap “Space Oddity 2.0” (not only Shoei)

65.00 VAT included

Graphic Kit “Space Oddity 2.0” for motocross helmet (Not only Shoei) is made of high quality crystal. It is resistant but at the same time capable of an excellent malleability that will guarantee you an easy application.

100% Made in Italy. Designed and printed in Italy.

The helmet graphics kit will be realized in about 5-9 working days. Before the actual production we will provide you, through email, a preview of your final project.


After the purchase, in the email where you will be provided with the draft of your “Space Oddity 2.0” graphics for helmet (Not only Shoei) configured according to your requests, you will also be offered the possibility to further customize your graphics with metallic, fluo or chrome colors that will really make you re-evaluate the concept of beauty for a helmet.

In the same email, you will also be given the opportunity to make some changes regarding the positioning and color of some logos. If there were any revisions to be made, respond to the email describing perfectly any change to be made to the design. This is because if you forget something or you would like to make more changes, the price will increase by 30 euros for each draft required after the second.

N.B. The graphics will be sent to print only after you have tried them by email.

The order can be canceled only if the draft has not already been provided by email.

In case you need to buy only some parts of the kit, send us an email to [email protected], specifying the order number in which you bought the graphics and attaching a photo of the helmet in question, after which you will be provided with all the information necessary for payment and shipping.

If you do not find the model or vintage of your helmet in the list on this page at the top left and below the gallery, send us an email to [email protected] specifying the brand, model and vintage of your helmet and attaching photos of it. Later we will reply if the “templates” of the bike in question are present in our archive.