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KaskRapido Helmet

Sale 25% OffCurrent price:$59.99 Original price:$79.99

Item # KSK000E

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Description

Rapido Helmet

The Kask Rapido Helmet may be the Italian brand’s entry level model, but it certainly doesn’t skimp on features. From the generous venting, to the sculpted styling, the only thing that says “value” about this helmet is the price tag. Not to mention that it’s made in Italy, which undoubtedly adds to the Rapido’s pleasing look.

The Rapido keeps your head cool with 24 air-channeling vents that effectively evacuate heat when you’re working up a sweat. The EPS foam core is permanently bonded to a polycarbonate shell, which enhances the helmet’s durability. And the click wheel adjustment system allows for fine tuning of the fit, and a secure hold on your head.

The Kask Rapido Helmet is available in two sizes, from Medium, to Large, and in the colors Black, Red, and White.

  • Kask's lightweight and highly-ventilating helmet that doesn't cost a fortune
  • 24 vents positioned for maximum airflow efficiency to keep you cooler
  • Up ’n’ Down fit system is easily adjustable and secure
  • Multi In-Moulding shell technology offers protection and durability
  • A host of colors match bikes and team kits
Warning

California Proposition 65

Warning:

This product can expose you to chemicals including Bisphenol A (BPA), which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

Tech Specs
Shell Materialpolycarbonate
Impact FoamEPS
Ventilation24 vents
Fit AdjustmentUp’N’Down system
CertificationsEN 1078, CPSC 1203, AS/NZS 2063
Recommended Useroad cycling
Manufacturer Warranty2 years limited
Size

Kask

Helmets
Mojito X, Mojito X Peak
 SMLXL
Head Circumference

18.1 - 22in

(48 - 56cm)

20.5 - 22.4in

(52 - 58cm)

23.2 - 24.4in

(59 - 62cm)

24.8 - 25.2in

(63 - 64cm)

Infinity, Protone, Rex, Rapido, Valegro, Utopia, Caipi
 SML
Head Circumference

19.7 - 22in

(50 - 56cm)

20.5 - 22.4in

(52 - 58cm)

23.2 - 24.4in

(59 - 62cm)

Bambino Pro
 M
Head Circumference

21.7 - 22.4in

(55 - 58cm)

23.2 - 24.4in

(59 - 62cm)

How to Measure:
Measure around your head where your hat would fit comfortably.

What do you think about this product?

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>Rating: 1

retention/adjust interferes w sunglasses

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
True to size

After 4-5 mos of dealing with this nuisance i bought a new helmet. Bummer because it looks clean on your head and is affordable.

>Rating: 2

Great looking lid with one (major) issue

Familiarity:
I returned this product before using it
Fit:
True to size

Great-looking, Italian-made, budget-friendly helmet with one fatal flaw: the oversize rear retention cradle interferes with ends of sunglasses making this a non-starter for me. No amount of adjustment would fix this for any pair of eyewear I tried, normal eyeglasses included. Over, under, loosened retention etc. - all resulted in either poor helmet fit, discomfort or sunglasses falling forward. Thought of modifying a cheap pair of shades by trimming 1 cm off arms just so I could wear this, but decided it wasn't worth it. Otherwise I'd rate the fit/comfort pretty good, not quite as comfortable as my Giro Foray. With my 56CM head size I'm usually at the bottom range of most size mediums, making some models look more bulbous on me; the Rapido doesn't and has a more streamlined, closer to head fit. Shame because I really wanted to like this helmet-it's easily one of the best-looking models I've tried on. Hoping Kask eventually get this issue sorted someday, as apparently I'm not alone with eyewear problems based on other reviews.

I can second the comment about sunglasses (purchased this at my LBS, not CC). The only ones that fit for me were my normal daytime sunglasses with the curved ends, which turned out to be okay because I'm using this as a commuter helmet, so those are the sunglasses I'd be using with this helmet. But the "sports" style sunglasses with the straight-back arms...none of my existing ones works with this helmet due to that issue mentioned in the original comment.