After crashing in my last Mojito, I went back to all the usual brands to see if anything had changed in stylingfit. Nope, most still look super-geeky on my small female head. Even though the Mojito doesn't come in a size small, the medium fits well and best of all, looks pretty great on. The only downside is that it's a bit heavier than some of the light Giro helmets and after 6 hrs, I feel it (but maybe I would feel anything at that point). Bottom line, I've bought the same helmet twice.
I bought this helmet while waiting for a replacement retention strap for Catlike Whisper Deluxe helmet that I've been using for most of the year. The Mojito is more comfortable (for me) than the latter and both the retention system and chin strap are higher quality. The retention system is quite easy to adjust with a single hand, which could come in handy if, say, your head expands after being hit by a poison dart in the middle of your ride. Despite the added comfort, the Catlike's airflow seems better and I'll likely still use it on hotter days, but overall the Mojito is a superior hat.
Ive been riding for 25 years, used many different helmets and this one fits the best by a long shot. Very secure and super easy to adjust. Works equally well with or without a cycling cap-which I often use. Superior product.
This helmet is lighter than my old Lazer and more comfortable. Most importantly, I like the adjustability feature, particularly the fact that the retention strap can be raised or lowered vertically. I also like that the chin strap is wider and made of a leathervinyl like material.
After a lot of online research I finally decided to buy this helmet in a beautiful red and white color. My old helmet is a Bontrager which I bought together with my Trek bike and it was clearly overpriced. The Kask has excellent padding which the Bontrager lacked all together, The air flow is fabulous and I noticed the difference right away when I switched. The possibility to adjust the helmet's fit not only horizontally but also vertically is a big plus. Can't say anything about how safe the helmet is as I have been lucky enough not having had an accident.
I would definitely buy the helmet again and can only but recommend it.
I use the helmet for cycling to work, recreational rides on the weekend and century rides It has a generous comfortable chin strap and provides more ventilation than my past Giro and LAS helmets. The padding is sufficient to provide all day comfort. I highly recommend this helmet.
I ride on the road, maybe 150miles a week. This helmet has a well designed suspension system, that is tightened with a knob on the back. Under most conditions it can be set to a very stable tension that is comfortable. It was a bit tight wth my skull cap Sunday. With the tension backed off for the cap, the helmet felt like it was sitting on top of my head, instead of around it.
The chin strap is faux leather and comfortable, and looks like it will never need adjustment.
My old Uvex helmet had mor latitude in the suspension, and a ratchet buckle on the chin strap. It was easier to get to an optimal fit with and without a skull cap. But it was overdue for retirement.
This helmet is great! The mojoito is super light and fits great. It is true to its size and very comfortable. Slightly expensive but jumping on it at a sale price is a steal. I tried two other helmets prior to the mojoito and the the mojoito has proved far better. The mojoito is far from bulky and has great ventilation. Overall, great product!
Like others have mentioned, the rear of the retention system hits the ear pieces of my Oakley Racing Jackets, forcing them down on my nose. Honestly, I can't see how any sunglasses would work because mine have relatively short ear pieces. I really wanted to like this helmet because the fit is great but this is a serious design flaw imho. Returned.