Mt Hope, OH – April, 2018 – Troxel, the worldwide leader in ASTM/SEI-certified equestrian helmets, announces an array of fun new colors and graphics throughout their popular helmet line. The new solid color choices and fashionable graphic designs are sure to tempt riders into expanding upon their ever growing helmet collection.
To start off this spring, Troxel has added a bright Melon Duratec™ solid, handsome Smoke solid and whimsical Kaleidoscope graphic to their most popular all-purpose riding helmet line, the Spirit. The Spirit is the leading equestrian helmet style and with its newly updated look and expanded size range to fit the smallest young riders to adults with larger heads, these new options will excite riders both young and old.
Expanding the selection of solid color helmets for riders of all disciplines, Troxel has also added a deep turquoise green called Bluestone Duratec™ to the Liberty line and a rich Bronze colored matte finish helmet with metallic undertones to the Intrepid line.
The Rebel Southwest featuring an eye catching southwestern design in turquoise and oranges and a new Rebel Thunderbird design that wraps around from the rear of the helmet for a new spin on helmet graphic design are new additions to the popular western line of helmets Troxel is known for.
The new TX Black Digi Camo and sporty new FTX Carbonite with a carbon fiber print shell and hot pink and bright mint accents give the most athletic and extreme riders more design choices with this next generation equestrian helmet style.
All new spring helmet colors and graphics are available in stores now. To see all the new spring color options for yourself visit, www.troxelhelmets.com
Troxel is the world’s leading provider of ASTM / SEI certified equestrian helmets for competitive, schooling, and recreational riding. Established in 1898, Troxel is recognized for its innovative design and research leadership in headgear. Based in Mt Hope, OH Troxel now dedicates all its resources to equestrian helmets and related accessories, and has provided over four million helmets to the equestrian market.