It's lightweight, safe, and fits me great. I like the leather chin strap and the helmet vents great. I keep it in the box when not in use to avoids scuffs and damage. Replace after crashing or a hard drop, as with any road helmet.
I had a small crash on a commute this spring. Nothing too bad, but the helmet I was wearing had a pretty deep scratch in it. I decided I needed to replace it. Did some snooping on line, and decided the Kask Mojito was the perfect replacement. Extremely adjustable. Great fitting. I actually forget Im wearing it sometimes. It is my favorite helmet. Its a little bit more expensive than some helmets. But is head protection really where you want to be cheap? Worth every penny.
The Kask Mojito helmet is light, stylish and very comfortable. I really like the way it fits and the controls help you dial in your head size. This is my first helmet from Kask and I really like it. It comes in a lot of different colors so they have something for everyone. When you are looking for your next helmet I would try this one.
The Kask Mojito's looks including its low profile eliminates the dreaded mushroom head look. The leather-like straps, sturdy (and removable) padding, adjustable back harness all add up to one quality-looking helmet. I hope crash protection is top-notch as well (this one I don't want to find out first hand). I can't comment yet on how well ventilation is as it is still cold where I ride. There are a lot of vents so I don't see overheating will be an issue. I will give the helmet 4.5 stars out of 5. The half point deduction is for
1. The helmet's harness that hugs the back of one's head gets in the way of my sunglasses' arms. I resolved this issue by tucking the arms under the harness. Tuck them in before tightening the harness. The upside to this is that my sunglasses stay solidly in place.
Overall, I'm enjoying the helmet. I can see item 1 as a slight concern when I have to, for some reason, remove and put back my sunglasses while moving.
Kask Valegro was my second try for a good fit and lots of ventilation.I also tried a Mavic Ksyrium Pro.
The first was too round for a good fit on my head and the Mavic wasn't made as well nor did it fit as good as the Mojito.
The Mojito has very good air flow ( I can add a cap in the winter) and is a light weight helmut. Hands down the Mojito was the one for me.
Used for both road and mountain biking, helmet is well ventilated and has easy adjustability. The only drawback is you have to tuck your sunglass arms under the straps, they will hit the back of the helmet when worn outside of straps. This may only be true on a medium size as others here have noted. Overall very happy with this helmet.
Over the years Ive had many road cycling helmets, Ill admit its my first Kask helmet, but certainly not my last. Im shocked by the fit & comfort with respect to the mechanics that enable the helmet to fit without sliding around. Ive already decided next helmet(color) will be a Kask! Very impressed with this product.
Great quality. Comfortable. Great protection for crashes (first hand knowledge from a recent crash). If you re on the upper side of the sizing chart, go to the next size... (If your head measures close to 23 go with the Large). The only thing I do not like the is white chin strap.
I bought this helmet to replace my old Giro. It's lightweight, fits snugly, and feels secure. Seems well ventilated for hot weather. My only criticism is the plastic strap at the back, which holds the helmet in place, can be a tad uncomfortable. This same strap now keeps my glasses from staying in place, I have to adjust them constantly, as it seems to push them out. I think I'd go back to Giro for my next helmet.