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    A highball for your head.

    Offering all of the trickle-down technology of their top-shelf Sky Pro Team Vertigo at a fraction of the cost, the minty-fresh Kask Mojito Helmet is anything but just another fruity libation. The Mojito features Kask's superlative, Up-N-Down double-pivot fitting system for a supremely dialed fit—not just over your head, but on the back of your neck as well. And, thanks to the reinforced in-mold construction, the Mojito is every bit as crash-proof as it is comfortable.

    • A recreational road helmet for long-mile comfort
    • In-mold construction dissipates more impact forces
    • Vents channel cooling airflow on hot summer days
    • Removable padding resists odor accumulation
    • Fit adjusts across multiple axes to ensure comfort
    • 100% made in Italy—Mama mia!
    • Item #KSK0009

    Tech Specs

    Shell Material
    polycarbonate
    Impact Foam
    EPS
    Ventilation
    26 vents
    Fit Adjustment
    Up & Down fit system
    Visor
    no
    Full Face
    no
    Certifications
    EN 1078, CPSC 1203, AS/NZS 2063
    Claimed Weight
    [medium] 226g
    Recommended Use
    cyclocross, road cycling, triathlon

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    The most comfortable helmet I have owned

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Medium
    • Height: 6'2"
    • Weight: 158lbs

    I bought this on a half-off sale. I have ridden Garneau's for almost a decade now and thought they were comfortable. The Team Sky Kask is in another league: more comfortable, a better fit, equally light and better chin strap and rear tightener.

    one of my favorites

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I wear a size medium in Giro, LG, and POC helmets and a size large in Lazer so for the Kask Mojito I tried on both a medium and a large. It turns out that the large is a much better fit in Kask. I can fit into a medium but it looked too small on my head. Also, in the large I’m able to wear a cycling cap underneath it which I appreciate during the winter. The plush padding on the Mojito is a step up from other helmets I’ve worn. The padding on the Mojito is thick, soft and appears more durable. In spite of the plush padding the Mojito sits low on my head. It’s one of the more stylish helmets and love the way it looks. No mushroom head with the Mojito. The chin strap is fake leather and the rest of the strap is a thicker and sturdier than the fabric used in other helmets. That might be part of the reason that the strap lays flat and comfortably around my ears which is an issue with my Atmos. The helmet weighs 311 grams which is heavier than my POC Octal (245 grams) and my Giro Atmos (264 grams). That being said, it still feels very light and the ventilation is fantastic and I’ve worn it during the unbearably hot summer of Fort Myers, Florida. Last but not least, my Oakley Radars lock in tightly. I got this helmet on sale for $150 and at that price it’s a steal. UPDATE - I still think this a great helmet but I’ve had problems with it riding up on me, a problem I also have with my Atmos but to a lesser extent with my Octal. Also, I’ve fallen out of love with the pleather chin strap. It hasn’t softened up at all and it bothers me when I get really sweaty. I’ve since removed a star and I now mostly wear my POC Octal.

    Great Fitting Helmet

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Large
    • Height: 5'10"
    • Weight: 200lbs

    Great fitting helmet, light weight, perfect ventilation for the Texas heat. Easily becoming my go to helmet. Highly recommend!

    Light and comfortable

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

    I’ve been using this helmet for almost a year. I love it. The form and venting is great and comfort reigns supreme with the Mojito. I ride in a lot of hot and humid conditions the padding is super absorbent, drys nicely, and cleans easily. The sizing dial is a godsend when you need add a layer for warmth or maybe an additional headband - because you sweat a LOT.

    Would recommend to anyone and have already talked it up with my friends

    Big heads unite!

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

    I have a huge brain bucket and finding helmets has always been a challenge to say the least. But the XL in the Kask Mojito has me rejoicing.
    Fits nice and snug with room for adjustment for when I want to wear a cap under my helmet. And on hot days here in Southern California, the vents are keeping my noggin quite cool.
    I also sweat quite copiously and have not had any drip into my eyes so I think the padding is working perfectly on all fronts.
    And yes, I realize those last two comments kind of contradict each other but they are true. Nothing stops me from sweating. The vents stop the hot spots on my head that I got with other helmets.

    Great looking helmet...

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    ....great fit and stream lined appearance unlike some helmets that have a huge looking fit. Light weight and durable. Strap and buckle made of solid materials and the dial-in fitting mechanism is spot on. Great fit and protection!

    Great helmet at a better price

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size

    Eagerly sought out a replacement for my aging team helmet... which was pink. My spouse was also looking for a new lid. Along came a Black Friday (or was it Cyber Monday?) deal at CC for the Kask Mojito...which was praised by a trusted friend..and available in pink. It's light, comfortable and allegedly well ventilated (not tested in the heat of summer, but it seems to have plenty of airflow...in the cold of winter.

    Waste of money

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Poor quality construction. Cracked severely and I don't even know when it had an impact. The rear apex is a vulnerable point in construction and not very sturdy. Also the fit and finish of the one I received was very poor with excess foam in the seams needing to be trimmed off. The only thing I liked was the fit system, and strap, but during hot rides, sweat would pour into my eyes. Also I did not like the way it bulges on your head, seems a little fat. For this money, there is way better.

    Wanted to like it

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Fit: True to size

    Very smart looking but the retention system in the back is REALLY bulky (why...?). As others said, it totally interferes with sunglasses fitting appropriately and it distracted me almost the entire ride. If they redesigned the retention system it would be a great helmet and probably 40g lighter.

    As advertised

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Large
    • Height: 6'0"
    • Weight: 215lbs

    Love this helmet. The materials are great and enhance comfort when you ride and the adjustability makes for a comfortable fit while maximizing safety. I hope I never have to test out how it performs in a crash but if I do I'm confident the Mojito by Kask is up for the task.

    Good Helmet

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Medium
    • Height: 6'3"
    • Weight: 180lbs

    I've been wearing a Mojito for quite a while now and have really enjoyed it thus far. Great ventilation and light weight, plus it breathes well. Today I tested it's protection ability with a 20mph+ road crash. Smacked my head pretty hard on the concrete and the helmet did great. Just ordered a replacement Mojito today.

    Best Helmet Ever

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Large

    Put this helmet on and immediately felt the most comfortable helmet I've ever had. Removable liner is great and easy to clean. Well ventilated. I'm a Kask owner for life

    Doesn't work with Oakley Racing Jackets

    • Fit: True to size

    Like others have mentioned, the rear of the retention system hits the arms of my sunglasses (Oakley Racing Jackets) forcing them down on my nose. I tried tucking the ends under the retention system, but this is neither comfortable nor safe as it compromises the fit of the retention system. Honestly, I can't see how any sunglasses would work because mine have relatively short arms.This is a serious design flaw imho. Returned.

    Good looking, not good fitting.

    • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
    • Fit: True to size

    I purchased the helmet because of the on-line reviews that I read as well as features written about it on various websites. Most gave the helmet great reviews and I need something to replace my 13 year old Bell Ghisallo. I also love the look of the helmet and the color options. When I got the helmet and tried it on I knew almost immediately that it wasn't going to work. It didn't really fit the shape of my head and the worst part was that as soon as I pulled the straps down tight to fasten it on it rolled back on my head about 2 inches which left me looking like a 5 year old with an ill fitting helmet sitting on the back of my head. I like my helmets to fit just above my brows and this thing left a couple of inches of my forehead showing. Not a good look or fit. I wanted to like it and tried for an hour to adjust it so it would fit but nothing worked. Shame.

    Great helmet

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Medium
    • Height: 5'9"
    • Weight: 150lbs

    I had a laser helmet and needed to replace due to a crash. This Kask caught my eye and I decided to purchase. I do like laser, but this one fits and looks great as well. All helmets protect in a crash so it is all personal preference. For the fit, ease of use, and overall looks (subjective) you can't go wrong with this one.

    Great Service and Fit

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

    I ordered my helmet, it arrived and our dog chewed through the package and destroyed the helmet. Jason from Competitive Cyclist followed up on my purchase experience and took great care of me. My new helmet arrived two days later. As for the Kask Mojito Helmet, it's an awesome fit. The weight and ventilation is excellent for So Cal summer rides. Best feature is the adjustable knob that gives a custom fit every time I mount my bike. Finally, the florescent orange keeps me highly visible on the road. Competitive Cyclist is my go to for online purchases.

    Not bad, but I couldn't live with it.

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

    I really wanted to like this helmet. It fit me well, and didn't look like a giant mushroom cap perched on my head like some of the other major brands. It vents pretty well, and is easily adjustable. I really liked how you DON'T have to adjust the straps to fit around your ears- they're perfect out of the box.
    Unfortunately for me 2 flaws keep me from using it. 1- the retention system at the back of my head did push my sunglasses forward just enough for it to be annoying. I frequently had to push my Oakleys back towards my face. 2nd, and more importantly, the front pads are fairly thick, and soak up a lot of sweat, and I sweat a lot. Not a big deal until they become so saturated that they unleash an waterfall of sweat down my face and directly into my eyes, making it very difficult to see. This was the fatal flaw for me, and ended up getting another helmet.
    If you don't sweat a lot, you'll be fine. But for my money, I went with another brand.

    Can you please tell me the exact sizing for the Mojito is size small? The Kask website does not state there is a size small (only medium and large). Thanks!

    Unanswered Question

    Can you please tell me the exact sizing for the Mojito in size small? The Kask website does not state there is a size small (only medium and large). Thanks!

    Unanswered Question

    Can you please tell me the exact sizing for the Mojito is size small? The Kask website does not state there is a size small (only medium and large). Thanks!

    Unanswered Question

    Can you please tell me the exact sizing for the Mojito is size small? The Kask website does not state there is a size small (only medium and large). Thanks!

    Can anyone who owns one of these tell me if the straps thread through the retention system in the back? I received one in which they don't and don't have the option to do so, but I see online photos in which they do, and I could swear I've seen the same thing in local stores.

    Best Answer

    Here's an answer to my own question: Sometime in 2014—gauging from the dates in the Mojitos and other Kasks I've now checked out in local stores—Kask apparently ran out of the retention system that allows for the attachment of the straps in back (it has flanges that you can work the straps into). For instance, I looked at two identical white-and-blue Mojitos; the one from 1/2014 had it, and the one from 8/2014 didn't. The helmet offers a superior fit (and so seems safer) and easier on and off when the straps attach, so unfortunately the two that I bought from CC at a terrific price are going back.

    When will you have in stock the new mojito flag edition? The RSA and USA versions look great!

    Should I start with a M or L for a 58.5...

    Should I start with a M or L for a 58.5 cm head?

    Best Answer

    Long after the fact, but as another data point I sit just shy of 23 inches (58cm) and the L fits me great.



    This helmet looks so good, the hardest part is choosing a color! Almost want to buy multiple for kit matching.

    What's the main difference between the...

    What's the main difference between the Mojito and the Vertigo? Do they both use the same retention system? I really want a Vertigo for the retention system, it's one of the best helmet I've put on, but the price does not convince me.

    Best Answer

    Hey Erick Brian-



    There are a couple of differences between the Vertigo and the Mojito.



    The Mojito is the lightest helmet in the KASK range weighing in at 220 grams. Compare that to the Vertigo at 270 grams. The Mojito uses 26 air intakes, Vertigo 24. The difference in these vents is based around the best aerodynamics that the helmet can offer.



    As far as the retention system, the Mojito offers first, a quick release buckle, and a hinged adjustment systems that allows for both size and up/down adjustment, which together comfortably cradle the nape of the neck. The helmet size can also be adjusted by using either the dial or finger push system. I see that is something that you may be interested in so retention wise, you are looking very similar.



    I have heard from numerous consumers they do fit a little different. Some prefer the feel of the Vertigo to the Mojito and vice-versa.



    If you have any other questions or concerns do not hesitate to contact me directly at slukas@backcountry.com, (888) 276-7130 ext 4309.



    -Sarah



    I don't know how much the Vertigo weighs, but my guess is more than the listed weight on this website. The Mojito is certainly not 220g as listed, but even the sticker in the helmet lists it at 276g...that's a pretty big difference when you consider you can get a Bell Gage or Giro Atmos for less money and less weight. I think CC has the EU weights listed on the website.

    I don't know how much the Vertigo weighs, but my guess is more than the listed weight on this website.  The Mojito is certainly not 220g as listed, but even the sticker in the helmet lists it at 276g...that's a pretty big difference when you consider you can get a Bell Gage or Giro Atmos for less money and less weight.  I think CC has the EU weights listed on the website.

    when will a large black be available?

    when will a large black be available?

    The first shipment of the Black/Large is expected to arrive the first week in March. This is admittedly an estimate of when the shipment is expected, but setting up a back order will reserve one of the first helmets to arrive. We do not charge for back orders until the item ships out to you, so we can make any changes that you might need to the order right up until it ships.