Flexing its protective muscles with deep coverage and Composite Fusion Plus technology, the Kali Protectives Maya Enduro Helmet provides peace of mind before you drop into techy, rock-strewn trails where falling carries serious consequences. Deeper coverage means you'll be adequately covered, should things go horribly wrong on high-consequence lines. It's designed to be extremely lightweight without sacrificing one ounce of protection with its Composite Fusion Plus technology, which fuses a rugged polycarbonate shell to multi-density EPS foam that dissipates crushing forces. This way, you'll be equipped to ride harder and faster than you previously though possible--all without worrying about your friends picking up the pieces afterwards. This version of the Maya Enduro Helmet features an adjustable brim that shields your face from eye-poking branches and blinding sunlight, but without the attached GoPro mount on other versions of this helmet. 12 sculpted vents rapidly evacuate built-up heat, so you don't succumb to long climbs and extended efforts under the blistering sun. And to ensure it remains secure when you're hauling at high speeds, Kali's dual-closure system maintains a secure, head-wrapping fit without pinching or pressure points.
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