Kask has updated its popular Mojito road helmet for 2020, adding larger vents, softer padding and a new retention system.
While the new Mojito3 has fewer vents this time around, Kask says given their increase in size, overall vent surface area has been increased. Moreover, the repositioning of the vents, combined with better interior channeling has also improved the helmet’s aerodynamic signature.
“A cycling icon reloaded: ride with pure comfort and reap the sweat-wicking benefits of Blue Tech padding. Stay cool with an optimized ventilation system, designed to increase airflow. Top it off with an iconic tail, signature front lines and classic rounded lower shell in one of six eye-catching colors,” says the Italian brand.
As far as appearance is concerned, the Mojito3 retains its trademark “tail”, while the top section of the helmet now has a smoother surface.
Inside, the Mojito3 features internal padding made from a material called Blue Tech, offering a plush feel along with improved wicking and anti-bacterial properties.
Additionally, the Mojito3 replaces the old Up ‘N” Down retention system with the Octo Fit, the same that’s used on Kask’s more expensive Protone and Valegro helmets, along with a faux-leather chin strap.
Despite not offering a MIPS version, Kask says that impact protection for the new Mojito3 has been increased significantly, surpassing virtually every safety certification, which you can read more about here.
Tipping the scales at an impressive 230g, the new Mojito3 is available in three sizes, small (50 to 56cm), medium (52 to 58cm) and large (59 to 62cm), along with six color choices, black matte, yellow fluro, orange fluro, white, black, and grey, for $199.
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