Kask Mojito helmet review

Pete Muir Thursday, June 21, 2018 - 14:19 A classy lid for a very reasonable price, a stalwart of Kask's range 4.5 / 5 £119 Kask makes a lot of helmets. The Italian company has only been around for 14 years, and yet now it produces helmets for cycling, skiing, mountaineering and horse riding, and the Mojito is just one model out of six different helmets that the company makes specifically for road riding. In the Kask road hierarchy, the Mojito sits second from bottom. Below it is the no frills Rapido (£69), while above it is the Valegro (£169), Protone (£199), Inifinity (£220) and the new Utopia (£tbc). The difference between the helmets comes down to aspects such as weight, ventilation and aerodynamics (safety is taken for granted as all the helmets meet the EN1078 safety requirements). For example, the Valegro is very light at 180g and very well ...

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