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    Helmet graphics by Shiggy

    PM'd Shiggy regarding graphics for my helmet, the next day these arrived in my mailbox, Shig's a man of his word. These are vinyl, I believe die cut. Each leaf is individual and must be applied as such, very easy to do. The subject about to be "mapled" up(spruced wouldn't have been appropriate) is a Giro Semi MX, flat black. Voila, it's Autumn on my head!!!

    Thanks again Don.
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    Turned out nice. Autumn camo!
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    Quote Originally Posted by WTB-rider
    PM'd Shiggy regarding graphics for my helmet, the next day these arrived in my mailbox, Shig's a man of his word. These are vinyl, I believe die cut. Each leaf is individual and must be applied as such, very easy to do. The subject about to be "mapled" up(spruced wouldn't have been appropriate) is a Giro Semi MX, flat black. Voila, it's Autumn on my head!!!

    Thanks again Don.
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    wow, nice!!!!!

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    Aspen?

    Got anything like this?:


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    I can make them. PM me
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    Shiggy, do you own a plotter?
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    Quote Originally Posted by coma13
    Shiggy, do you own a plotter?
    .Yes..
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    shiggy, any idea how to mimic a Kimi Raikkonen helmet with a non-fullface helmet?

    I'm kidding, of course.

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    Neat. The "fall" motif is very apropos for a helmet, too. Alright, I'll leave it at that.

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    It looks realtree nice .
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    Stellar!

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    Actually quite nice that... Leauvly... =)

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