What is a “Headcase”?
They call me Crazy Al in the high school youth group at Community Bible Church where I am a youth leader.
I need to keep busy for my brain, so I do jujitsu, kempo, arnise, play tennis, lift weights, snowboard, and I love to mountain bike! Since I have been a youth leader, I have learned to snowboard with the kids on the winter trips. A broken tailbone, ribcage, and wrist damage can’t even slow me down! I had the idea for the the classic headcase helmet liner over ten years ago. Since then, I’ve added several products to the hats. The name, headcase Mccormick Brothers, is a registered trademark and my likeness is in the logo.
But about these “headcases”. What makes them special? The helmet liner is made of cotton with a vent hole at the crown and a tail section to cover the next. It’s great for use under any helmet, and acts like a sock for your head. The new faux fur line-up has been well received from California to Utah even to Russia, on my buddy Ryan La Rue’s 24″ melon. The design also has the venting system and has been worn in 30 degree below zero weather! Russian winters anyone?! With the newly added scarf line-up, you can be warm and cool at the same time. My goal for this business is to get me out of the auto restoration industry and riding more.
Oh, yeah, it’s all MADE IN THE USA!
Crazy Al out.