Troxel Helmets Announces New Turquoise Paisley Graphic in Dakota Western Helmet Line

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Troxel's Dakota paisley is the coolest and lightest trail helmet on the market.

Hit the trails in the coolest and lightest trail helmet on the market.

Troxel LLC, the worldwide leader in ASTM/SEI-certified equestrian helmets, announced the release of a new graphic in their popular Dakota western helmet line.

Originally introduced in 1999, the Dakota was the first ASTM certified Western helmet available for equestrian riders. The latest collection is equipped with Troxel’s SureFit Pro fit system, an extended visor for maximum sun shade, mesh-covered vents and a low profile design, making the Dakota the coolest and lightest trail helmet on the market.

The Dakota’s latest graphic, Turquoise Paisley, features a western inspired paisley pattern. Calm blue shades with touches of warm brown compliment the turquoise pops of color and twisted teardrop pattern. “Our riders are always asking for new colors in their favorite Troxel helmets so we’re thrilled to launch this graphic,” said Shay Timms, CEO of Troxel. “The Dakota is a popular trail and western helmet and we wanted to incorporate the hottest western fashion colors in this new graphic. The feedback from riders has been great and they love this color combination on a helmet!”

Also available in a Grizzly Brown and Traildust, the new Dakota Turquoise Paisley is available now at http://www.troxelhelmets.com/dakota at an MSRP of $65.95.

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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 helmetry. Based in San Diego, California, Troxel now dedicates all its resources to equestrian helmets and related accessories, and has provided over three million helmets to the equestrian market.