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“Technicolor is inspired by my love of colorful stripes,” said Nutcase founder Michael Morrow. “Especially thin colorful stripes, and not just colorful, but an eclectic mix that is punchy and bright as well as muted and neutral.”
It’s the bold and simple graphics of the Little Nutty Ladybug and Little Nutty Bumblebee that catches kids’ eyes. And sometimes, that lovely fascination with the animal kingdom that kids are just discovering. “I picked the Bumblebee because I like to ride around and pretend I’m a nice honey bee,” says Iris McKeever, four. “I don’t like yellow jackets, only the nice honey bees. They make me laugh.”
Freeboarding is a unique form of skateboarding designed to mimic the ‘side to side’ motion of a snowboard. The Nutcase Locombia Street helmet, according to Yoann Chapel of the LAU Riders, is a great freeboarding helmet due to its stylish design and thoughtful features.
The show program for Interbike, the biggest bike industry show in the U.S., just hit the streets and people’s mailboxes. And great news – Nutcase Unframed artist Carla Bartow’s art is gracing the cover!
German consumer organization Stiftung Warentest has developed a unique standard for testing and scoring bicycle helmets. Surprisingly, of the 18 helmets Stiftung tested recently, only three received a “good” rating. We’re proud that Stiftung Warentest gave the Nutcase Street the top rating for safety, saying: “The Nutcase does best in accident protection.”