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Catlike Mixino Helmet

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    Big holes, big air, big protection.

    The first thing you notice when looking at the Catlike Mixino, or any other Catlike helmet, really, is the completely unconventional shell and vent layout. Buried inside that shell, though, is where the real magic sits. Keeping your head protected is always priority number one for a helmet, with keeping your head cool a close second. Catlike forms the Mixino around an Aramid cage it calls the Crash Energy Splitter, which does just what it says. In the event of a crash, the cage is designed to maintain the helmet’s structural integrity by dispersing the energy throughout. In addition, Catlike extended the protection for the back of your head beyond what many other manufacturers offer, and it's integrated what it calls MPS eVo, a micro-adjusting fit system that ensures a proper helmet fit. And about that keeping cool priority —Catlike’s got that one covered with 39 individual vents, and airflow channels with rear-facing exhaust ports to keep air moving the right direction.

    • 39 vents
    • Crash Energy Splitter technology
    • Low Nape protection
    • MPS eVo retention system
    • Item #KAT000E

    Tech Specs

    Shell Material
    Graphene nanotech
    Ventilation
    Dual flow
    Fit Adjustment
    MPS (Multi Position System) eVo
    Claimed Weight
    [small] 200 g, [medium] 210 g, [large] 230 g
    Recommended Use
    cycling

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    Catlike Mixino!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Small

    Great helmet for keeping cool in the southern California heat! Fits well and the straps have been updated from the whisper and function better with less movement. Whisper saved my dome in a bad crash so I purchased the Mixino and couldn't be happier. Wish it was available in more solid colors.

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    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I found some good and some no so great on this helmet, mostly good. The fit retention system is really nice and ventilation is about as good as it gets. The only thing I didn't love was on my small narrow head it looked a little big.

    Amazingly Cool! Light & Airy

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I love this helmet in every way except for the chin straps. Cool, fits nicely, lightweight, looks good, easily adjustable, and I can feel the cool air rushing across my head. The only negative preventing a 5-star review is the chin strap. Poorly engineered. Front helmet strap anchor is positioned too far forward on your face and the overly-thin fabric sticks on your skin like a wet noodle. The clip/clasp on the chin is cheaply designed too. It's a cycling Faux Pas to wear your sunglasses under the helmet straps, but this helmet almost necessitates the practice. To avoid this embarrassment I twist the straps a bit to alleviate the facial annoyance.