January 10, 2012, Port Washington, NY. – crazeeHeads, inc., manufacturers of a complete line of helmet covers for skiers and snowboarders, will launch three new styles of stretchable helmet covers at the NSIA 2012 Snow Show in Montreal, as well as at the 2012 SIA Snow Show in Denver this January.
These new covers are aimed directly at the young male audience as never before. “We wanted to see if we could add a little bit of a “cool” factor to our covers. We are so well known for our “sweet and charming” plush animal crazeeHeads covers, that we thought it would be fun to take off in a new direction,” says Margaret Spiegel, President and designer-in-chief of crazeeHeads. “We’re hoping that our newest stretcheeHeads lineup can intrigue even the most hardened teenage “ripper” out there—whether on a snowboard or a skateboard.”
Two of the new covers feature skull designs. Chunky hardware grace one called “Screaming Bones.” Reflective ink is used on the second skull cover called “the Rabid Rabbit” that has streamers spilling from the mouth and eyes of the skull seen on back to simulate “goosh” for lack of a better word. The tamest cover of the three is a classic viking, complete with large square studs. Add long braids and a handlebar mustache, and you’re ready for the road!
Wearing a helmet has become standard in many sports. Usage is up among skiers/snowboarders. Skateboard parks don’t allow anyone past their gates without a helmet. Children in most of the country cannot ride a bicycle without donning a brain bucket. Why not make things more interesting? Top your helmet with a decorative helmet cover. It not only makes the sport more fun because of all the attention it garners, it also becomes safer because the participant is wearing a helmet – that dreaded “safety device.”
crazeeHeads and stretcheeHeads are sold worldwide through online, brick & mortar retailers, and distributors in the USA, South America, Australia, and Europe. They can also be purchased online at www.crazeeHeads.com, or by calling 866-4 crazee.
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David Cowen, Marketing Director