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Nothing will scream how awesome you are like this Lebron James/Dwyane Wade motorcycle helmet.
If you want ride in style to the next Miami Heat playoff game, then I would recommend getting yourself one of these helmets for your bike. From what I read in Consumer Reports, this helmet is the best one out there at protecting you head until you actually crash, and then it disappears.
Thanks to Darren Rovell for the picture.
“Sweat” Lebron James, Dwyane Wade motorcycle helmet was first posted on May 16, 2012 at 6:02 am.
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