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Kask releases new Mojito³ helmet

Published August 4, 2020
Building on the Mojito X, the Mojito³ offers the Octo Fit retention system, added comfort, and a sleek design.

CHIUDUNO, Italy (BRAIN) — Cycling helmet manufacturer Kask debuts its new model, the Mojito³. Replacing the Mojito X model, it builds on the strengths of its predecessor, offering commuters, e-bikers and enthusiast road riders a helmet that doesn't compromise on safety.

The Mojito³ uses Kask-exclusive Blue Tech padding. It not only provides comfort but also wicks away excess sweat and eliminates skin irritation. The helmet's updated design optimizes ventilation, providing larger vents to increase airflow.

Kask's exclusive ergonomic Octo Fit head retention system also is utilized. Octo Fit enables the rider to fine tune the helmet's position. The Mojito³ weighs 230 grams (medium size) and features reflective detailing for enhanced visibility in low-light conditions.

Designed, tested and manufactured in Italy, the Mojito³ is priced at $199 MSRP (both matte and non-matte) and available from selected Kask dealers worldwide (excluding Australia, where the helmet will release in October). The helmet is available in three sizes: small (50-56cm), medium (52-58cm) and large (59-62cm); in six colors: black matte, yellow fluo, orange fluo, white, black and gray.

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Kask has released its new Mojito³ helmet.

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