The second in our series of Helmet Band-Its’ How To’s again features Founder and Designer, Robin Dorman. Helmet Band-Its come in a variety of faux fur styles and colors and can be worn three different ways.
Obviously, we think that the Helmet Band-It is the best way to dress up your ski safety helmet and make you look stylish on the slopes, but it can easily be converted to a shawl to keep your neck toasty warm or glam up a winter jacket or sweater. Or if you prefer, it converts into a fashionable head band which will keep your head and ears warm, while still looking great.
Helmet Band-Its were developed to promote wearing safety helmets while enjoys winter sports. We always hope you #playsafe and we want you to #lookgreat.
In this video, Robin shows you how easy it is to transform into these three looks. We’d love if you shared your photos of how you wear yours.
Helmet Band-Its Founder and Designer Robin Dorman shows you how easy it is to get a snug fit on your safety helmet. She also tells you why she prefers that you use the velcro that comes with your Helmet Band-Its. Worried that the velcro might damage the surface of your safety helmet? See why Helmet Band-Its don’t scratch or mar your helmet in any way!
After you watch the video, why not check out our new hot colors – available for a limited time only – so get shopping and don’t forget to #playsafe and look great!
During the opening week of Sundance 2013, KSL-TV, Channel 5 in Salt Lake City, Utah featured Helmet Band-Its as one of the hottest new products found on Park City’s ski slopes and on Main Street during the film festival.
Designed with ski safety in mind, Band-Its are first and foremost a helmet cover that turns your safety helmet into stylish head wear.
Filmed at “Vida Boutique” at Red Stone Center, reporter Jennifer Hardman and creator Robin Dorman demonstrate how versatile Helmet Band-It are and how to wear it as a cozy shawl or headband to keep your ears warm after you get off the slopes.
To purchase Helmet Band-Its, you can find them on their website, or click here to find your local retail locations.
Although movies stars are plentiful on the streets of Park City, Utah, this week during the Sundance Film Festival, KUTV 2News turned the spotlight Helmet Band-Its yesterday.
Reporters Cristina Flores and Heidi Hatch interviewed co-founder, Robin Dorman about her fabulous fashion accessory that is making a splash with festival goers and local residents.
In the report, Dorman stressed the importance of helmet safety and demonstrated how Band-Its will take your helmet from geek to chic. She also demonstrated their versatility and how easy is to transform your Band-It into a headband or a shawl.
To watch the entire segment, please click on the photo.