Ride the whole mountain with a lightweight, protective lid. The Maya 3.0 Helmet features a polycarbonate shell fused to shock-absorbing foam. A low-density layer reduces linear and rotational forces to increase brain protection. Deep coverage, integrated air vents and an adjustable visor add to the comfort and protection.
- Composite fusion plus technology uses an EPS foam inner fused to a carbon, polycarbonate shell for a lightweight helmet that effectively dissipates force upon impact.
- Low-density layer of visco-elastic padding reduces rotational impact forces.
- Adjustable dial makes it easy to find the perfect fit.
- Integrated air flow system has 13 vents.
- Design provides good coverage for the back of your head.
- Breakaway visor deflects wind and rain and provides sun protection.
- Antimicrobial pads and bug protection liner.
- Kali helmets offer a lifetime crash replacement, simply get in touch with Kali and they will trade your damaged helmet for a new one.
|Ideal for||Mountain biking|
Microshell helmets are made of a thin polymer sheet over a foam liner; Hardshell helmets have a hard polymer outer shell and a foam liner; when the liner is being bonded to the outer shell during the manufacturing process, it is Molded in the shell.
|Molded in the shell|
|Fit system||Adjustable dial|
|Inner material||EPS (expanded polystyrene)|
The internal circumference determines the size head that the helmet will fit.
Most helmets are tested and certified for a specific sport. Some helmets are approved for multi-sports, but only after passing the safety tests for both sports (i.e., snowsports and cycling).
Cetification is established by a variety of governing bodies who set impact standards. Most helmets are certified or approved for a specific sport, except in the case of multi-sport helmets (i.e., a snowsports helmet might also be approved for cycling if it meets the cycling safety standards).