For the vainduro cyclist, Kali Protectives has integrated a peripheral mount on the Maya Enduro Helmet’s crest, so you can provide mood lighting for your adventures or record them for the après. You can revisit all your gnar points with fish-eye video of trees flashing by at speed.
The helmet’s protective measures include multi-density and low-density EPS foam arrayed internally in interlocking conical peaks in order to establish a crumpling buffer zone, keeping everything zen even when the trail (or trees or rocks) rises to meet you, and the extended back covers all angles of attack.
The integrated mount shares the helmet’s shell with a visor, which is designed to bridge the aesthetic line between moto and mountain bike, but it’s also accommodatingly flexible, taking a page from the bendy reed’s playbook instead of the bitter, brittle oak. When the envelope pushes back, the visor itself doesn’t take the fall.
The helmet’s liner is both antimicrobial and bug-proof, which happens to correspond to our office’s No Bees, Please policy. Five intake and seven exhaust vents let in plenty of cooling air, though, and the internal channeling routes it along to keep you comfortable on hot days in the saddle.
Crumpling buffer zone
22 large vents