Custom DC Skyline Decals

A fan at sent us pics of their hot Cascade Pro7’s with DC Skyline Decals. The helmet, itself, has been released from captivity and loaded with performance functionality. The SuperMono design uses the shell as a stress member to manage the energy from a frontal impact and also shifts the weight load back to make a superior balanced helmet.

The new Pro7 is the only helmet in lacrosse with the Seven Technology liner system. The system laterally displaces energy from a direct impact, reducing the effects of G forces, a major cause of concussions. The ProFit sizing system makes the Pro7 one size fits most and allows for easy adjustments between XS and XL. The new Tungsten mask design opens up the view of the field.

The best part is the lower back of the helmet with the DC skyline etched on it. The vertical stripes on the helmet have been designed with blue and black houndstooth.

Madlax is also selling the decals individually so people can put them on their own helmets. You can buy them

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  1. Lax_Bro_Chill5 on May 26, 2010 at 12:20 am

    Thats dirty

  2. 412 Lax on May 25, 2010 at 11:07 pm

    Wait sorry, I didn’t look closely enough at the other stickers.

  3. 412 Lax on May 25, 2010 at 11:03 pm

    With the Mad Lax allstars being wearing these?

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