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Revision Releases Caiman Helmet Video

Check out Revision’s new video on their Caiman helmet system.

The story:
In the quiet before the storm: kitting up for the job ahead. Snapping into a toughened persona. Clearing and centering your mind. Mission concentration takes effect. Time slows. Heart rate drops, blood pressure cools to a simmer, hands are firm and steady. Reminders of the reason you sacrifice stashed away for safekeeping upon your return. Connect with the team, sync up. Every contingency accounted for. Boots on, vest strapped on, weapons check, all gear ready. Everything snaps into focus. Confidence and training takes hold. Routine and muscle memory kick in. Your mind’s eye visualizing the mission step-by-step, executed precisely from start-to-finish. Dialed-in. It’s time; mission’s a go. No turning back. Helmet on. No hesitation.

When you trust your gear, you have the confidence to conquer. Revision’s Batlskin Caiman Helmet is the last piece you don before wheels-up, the crucial equipment that means it’s game time. Once it’s on, you’re ready for the mission at hand. No matter the pace, no matter the obstacles, your determination to triumph is red-lining.

Visit this link for more info, www.revisionmilitary.com/caiman.


7 Responses to “Revision Releases Caiman Helmet Video”

  1. Will says:

    Ugh. Really? Don’t sell me on the story behind the helmet. Don’t try to appeal to my inner sheep banger. Make a video and describe why I should buy this helmet instead of the other brands.

    • ThatBlueFalcon says:

      But you have to write to the III% of the population who will Molon all the Labes!

      Yeah, this is disappointing copy – I’d be much more interested in practical footage from the camera instead of an Air Force recruiting commercial.

      • ThatBlueFalcon says:

        Sorry, practical footage of the helmet, not sure why I defaulted to ‘camera.’

  2. JB says:

    Not the right place for an allegory. Just show pics of it in use and how it works. Drop it in water.

  3. Stefan S. says:

    Like the fact the bump can be upgraded with armor.

  4. Sean says:

    Wasn’t this originally coming out in late July? What postponed the release by 3 months?