Designed for riders who demand exceptional performance and uncompromising comfort, the Kali Protectives Shiva 2. 0 Helmet uses game-changing technology to set the standard in full face helmet protection. Starting with Kali's proprietary NanoFusion tech, the Shiva 2. 0 features in-molded multi-density EPS with acrylic self-healing foam and carbon nanotubes that work to dissipate the force of impact more efficiently in a smaller volume. Then, the LDL (Low-Density Layer) consists of specially designed sections of Armourgel padding placed throughout the interior of the helmet to reduce low-g impact forces by 12% and rotational forces by 25%. Meanwhile, the adjustable visor rotates easily to meet the angles of the sun, while also boasting a break-away design that comes off in a crash to help reduce rotational forces to your dome. A multitude of vents throughout this helmet keep cool air continuously flowing through for comfort on hotter, summer rides, while the anti-microbial pads inside prevent the build-up of odors and bacteria from stinking up your car on the drive home. And if those pads don't do a good enough job fighting the funk, the liner is removable and washable to give you fresh fit every time you hit the trails.
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Kali Protectives Shiva 2.0 Full-Face Helmet
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