Many of their models are motorcycle/BMX helmets, but they have 12 bicycle helmets and one classic skate style model. Retails for $170. Some Limar models are available in Bianchi colors, and Limar makes the Michelin line. Comes in visible white and red. $30 retail. Retail is $70, about half what it had been in the past with other shell materials. There are many graphic combinations including solid and multi colors, some highly visible, some matching team colors.
The appearance is dominated by big blocky vents. Similar to the 5Forty and the child’s Control. There is a very similar Bernina model for kids.
Plain colors plus white and a fluorescent orange. Their helmets are made in China to the European CEN standard and marketed in Europe. Hubble: a toddler model with front vents and an innovative system that prevents direct sunlight from striking the head. They make some of the roundest, smoothest shell configurations available. And the only really heat-resistant shells we know of are fiberglass, not the plastic Casco is using.