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Kali ProtectivesUno Bike Helmet


Item # KAPJ01R

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Why We Like The Uno Bike Helmet

Kali Protectives' focus is to create the safest helmets on the market, and that includes the Uno Bike Helmet. It's a modern helmet in a stylish package that offers the right protection for wherever whatever we're up to on our bike. Composite Fusion technology allows for a thinner shell that makes for a lighter and stronger helmet, and QuadCore is used to combat linear and rotational impacts.

  • Protection comes in a stylish package with the Uno Bike Helmet
  • Contego 3 foam disperses energy efficiency upon impact
  • QuadCore low density layer combats liner and rotational impacts
  • SuperVents allow for larger ventilation ports for increased airflow
  • Composite Fusion technology makes for a lighter, stronger helmet

Tech Specs
Impact FoamLDL
Fit Adjustmentback
CertificationsEN 1078, CPSC, AS/NZS 2063-2008
Manufacturer Warrantylifetime
Activityroad cycling

Kali Protectives

Alchemy, Chakra, Chakra Plus
 XS / SS / MM / L
Head Circumference

20 - 21in

(50 - 54cm)

21 - 23in

(54 - 58cm)

23 - 24.5in

(58 - 62cm)

Alpine, Shiva 2.0
Head Circumference

20.9 - 21in

(53 - 54cm)

21.5 - 22in

(55 - 56cm)

22.5 - 23in

(57 - 58cm)

23.2 - 23.5in

(59 - 60cm)

24 - 24.5in

(61 - 62cm)

Chakra Mono, Chakra Solo
 S / ML / XL
Head Circumference

20.5 - 22.4in

(52 - 57cm)

22.8 - 24in

(58 - 61cm)

 S / ML / XL
Head Circumference

21.3 - 22.8in

(54 - 58cm)

23.2 - 25.2in

(59 - 64cm)

Lunati, Saha
 S / ML / XL
Head Circumference

21.3 - 22.8in

(54 - 58cm)

23.2 - 24in

(59 - 61cm)

Maraka, Phenom
 XS / SS / MM / L
Head Circumference

18.9 - 20.5in

(48 - 52cm)

20.5 - 23in

(52 - 58cm)

23 - 24.5in

(58 - 62cm)

 XS / SS / ML / XL
Head Circumference

19.7 - 21in

(50 - 54cm)

21.5 - 24in

(55 - 61cm)

23.6 - 24.8in

(60 - 63cm)

Head Circumference

18.9 - 21.3in

(48 - 54cm)

21.3 - 22.8in

(54 - 58cm)

22.8 - 24in

(58 - 61cm)

Head Circumference

21 - 22in

(54 - 56cm)

22 - 22.5in

(56 - 57cm)

23 - 23.5in

(58 - 60cm)

23.5 - 24.5in

(60 - 62cm)

Chakra Child
 One Size
Head Circumference

18.9 - 21in

(48 - 54cm)

Chakra Youth
 One Size
Head Circumference

20.5 - 22.5in

(52 - 57cm)

Zoka Youth
Head Circumference

19.7 - 20.1in

(50 - 51cm)

20.5 - 20.9in

(52 - 53cm)

How to Measure:
Measure around your head approximately 0.6in (1.5cm) above your ears. This should be the widest part of your head.

What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 3

Good start but needs some refinement...

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Runs small
Size Bought
6` 1"
180 lbs

I purchased the helmet because I liked the look and the unique safety features and the cost was reasonable. On, the helmet is a bit narrower and taller than Bell and Giro helmets I've owned. I personally like the look. Ventilation seems reasonable. However, the large front vents do not hold sunglasses securely. The fit is different than any other helmet I've owned. It is very narrow in circumference. I'm toward the upper end of the S/M size (57 cm) and it's noticeably snug from ear to ear. Once on, it is a comfortable fit as it hug the head well and stays in place nicely. With a cycling cap on the fit is a bit less comfortable because the narrow shape doesn't allow the helmet to sit down against the head as well. Definitely for those with more oval head shapes. The straps and fit system leave the most room for improvement. There is almost no adjustability. The rear dial moves up and down freely, which acts similar to the adjustability of other helmet brands, but it's only floating and not a true adjustment. The portion of the straps in front of the ear are set really wide, coming out from the edge of the helmet instead of from the inside of the helmet. This makes it hard to get the straps to sit flush in front of the ear. Sunglasses need to go inside the straps because of the space left between the straps and head. Maybe there's a safety element behind the placement decision, but it feels more like a design flaw. When riding, these issues become less noticeable with some on-the-bike adjustments. And at the price point, it's a nice looking and well finished helmet. I believe Kali is newer to the cycling industry with their start being motorsports. The bike-specific brands seem to have refined fit and features to a much higher degree and trickled down much of that knowledge to their mid-level helmets. Kali could learn from those with more cycling helmet experience.