Motorcycles Chic enduro helmet with a retro look - Origine Virgo
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With the Origine Virgo, a chic enduro helmet with a retro look is now available, which is available in six different color variations and is located in the middle price segment.
The Italian helmet manufacturer Origine seems to have recognized the current retro trend and is now offering a new enduro helmet that wants to draw attention to itself with its chic heritage design. In principle, the Origine Virgo is offered in the six color variants "Danny Matt White", "Danny Gloss Orange", "Danny Gloss Light Blue", "Danny Gloss Yellow", "Danny Gloss Gray" and "Danny Matt Black". All six versions have one thing in common: the code number 42 can be seen on the side of the helmet. There is also a checkered flag motif on the back. In addition to the black sign on the top, two different colored stripes would like to draw attention to yourself.
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© GettyImages Vintage Sneakers GettyImages When it comes to sneakers, fans often divide into two camps: that of the progressive and that of the nostalgic. While the first can hardly wait for a new sole to be invented to help you complete the daily jogging route twice as quickly and easily, the others are more interested in hand-sewn leather and the look of decades past. Now there are sneakers with a vintage look that will delight retro fans in 2020.
1/7 SLIDES © Origine. Origine Virgo. The Origine Virgo is available in six colors. This version is called "Danny Matt White". 2/7 SLIDES © Origine. Origine Virgo. Origine Virgo in "Danny Matt Black". 3/7 SLIDES © Origine. Origine Virgo. If you like it more colorful, you can use the color "Danny Gloss Yellow". 4/7 SLIDES © Origine. Origine Virgo. The color variant "Danny Gloss Gray" looks a bit more subtle. Secure display MeinAuto.de The slide show is continued on the next slide Origine Virgo. At the end it gets a little bit more colorful. The Virgo in "Danny Gloss Orange". 5/7 SLIDES © Origine. Origine Virgo. Last but not least: "Danny Gloss Light Blue". 6/7 SLIDES © Origine. Origine Virgo. 7/7 SLIDES © Origine. Available in sizes XS to XXL
Buyers can choose between sizes XS to XXL. The Origine Virgo is said to weigh around 1,027 grams. The outer shell of the ECE 22-05 compliant helmet is available in two sizes and is made of fiberglass. Practically, the inner lining is removable and can therefore be cleaned with little effort. The Italian manufacturer opted for the double D-ring closure for the locking system.
A visor is not on board. Accordingly, interests must invest a few additional euros in suitable motocross glasses. Origine would like to have 244 euros for the Virgo, which places the helmet in the solid mid-range price segment. In addition to the Virgo, there are numerous other helmet models in the Origine product range. Other manufacturers, such as Shoei with the Ex-Zero or Bell with the Moto-3, also offer visually similar helmets that sometimes cost more.
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