Pro-Tec Caballero Pin Stripe Classic Skate Helmet - Gloss White
Pro-Tec Cab Pro Helmet with Pin-striping from Japanese artist Mr. G.
Pro-Tec for over 40 Years, has been focused listening to their Pro Team and the skateboard community to provide us with the best safety gear for skateboarders. This Pro-Tec Classic Skate Helmet is the result of an over 4 decade evolution in helmet technology and follows the design roots tracing back to their original helmet model. Classic to say the least, the Pro-Tec Classic Skate Helmet has been the go to helmet for Legends, Pros, and everyday skateboarders for years.
- 2-stage Soft Foam Liner
- New EVA Crown Pad
- Comfortable and Lightweight
- Stainless Steel Hardware
- Helmet does not comply with the U.S. CPSC safety standard
Pro-Tec Classic Skate Helmet Head Circumference Sizing:
- X-Small: 20.5" - 21.3" 52-54cm (Hat Size 6 1/2 - 7 3/4)
- Small: 21.3" - 22" 54-56cm (Hat Size 6 7/8 - 7 1/8)
- Medium: 22" - 22.8" 56-58cm (Hat Size 7 1/8 - 7 3/8)
- Large: 22.8" - 23.6" 58-60cm (Hat Size 7 3/8 - 7 5/8)
- X-Large: 23.6" - 24.4" 60-62cm (Hat Size 7 5/8 - 7 7/8)
- XX-Large: 24.4" - 25.2" 62-64cm (Hat Size 7 7/8 - Up)
Steve Caballero is a godfather to modern skateboarding and the originator of the Caballerial. When he set the world record for highest air achieved on a half pipe in …87, a record he held for ten years, Pro-Tec had his dome covered, and still does to this day. Cab is a father, husband, and still absolutely killing it on his skate. Just as Pro-Tec was the original, this Hall of Fame skate legend was one of the first super-star skaters. The famous Caballero artwork on his Pro Helmet was featured on his first pro board for Powell Peralta Skateboards in 1980 and drawn by the legendary skateboard artist, V.C. Johnson AKA, VCJ. Caballero skates nothing but the best, and Pro-Tec is proud to have Cabbie as the longest Pro-Tec team member on the roster, 37 years and counting! "I wear Pro-Tec because they have been the number one helmet company since I started skateboarding back in the late 70's." Steve Caballero