Halo Infinite Helmet

Riddell Is Making a Limited Commemorative Halo Infinite Helmet

If you’re a fan of both football and Xbox and you love collecting sweet gear, then the Speedflex Auth Master Chief 20th Anniversary helmet should definitely be on the top of your list. This limited-time Halo Infinite collectible was revealed by Ridell sportswear earlier this week, boasting a design worthy of the iconic Spartan 117.

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Check out the helmet in the screenshots for yourself below.

Ridell has also provided an official product description for fans as well:

Introducing a limited production Master Chief-inspired helmet to celebrate the upcoming launch of Halo Infinite. Featuring the Master Chief’s signature green Mjolnir armor color with accents of gray metal and rubberized techsuit colors.

Each helmet was weathered by-hand using a custom multi-step painting technique specifically developed for this collaboration, making each helmet one-of-a-kind. The helmet also features decals of Master Chief’s iconic Spartan number ‘117’ on the sides of the helmet, along with a special edition Halo ‘20-year anniversary’ decal on the back.

Additional upgrades include a special SpeedFlex face mask SF-2EG-TX, a convert-to-black kit that includes black parts, face mask clips, front and back bumpers, custom painted strap-locs and valve caps, and a black hard cup chin strap. The look is completed with an Oakley Pro Shield in Prizm 24k Iridium that closely mimics the visor on Master Chief’s helmet.

Anyone interested in purchasing the Speedflex Auth Master Chief Halo 20th Anniversary helmet can do so via the Riddell website. Just keep in mind that it takes six weeks plus transit time for the item to be delivered, and that it is for display purposes and is not designed or intended for actual play or use.

While you’re here, be sure to check out our official review of Halo Infinite right here. There’s also plenty of other features, quizzes, and news for the series down below that you’ll surely love.


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Andrew was Twinfinite's Features Editor from 2020 through until March 2023 and wrote for the site from 2018. He has wandered around with a Bachelor's Degree in Communications sitting in his back pocket for a while now, all the while wondering what he is going to do for a career. Luckily, video games have always been there, especially as his writing career progresses.