Kask Moebius helmet review

A scratch-resistant urban cycling helmet with a detachable peak

Kask Moebius helmet review
(Image: © Mildred Locke)

Cyclingnews Verdict

The Kask Moebius is a comfortable and airy helmet that looks beautiful, but is let down by weird sizing and proportions, as well as being heavy and unwieldy

Pros

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    Excellent airflow and cooling properties

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    Supremely comfortable

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    Beautiful design

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    Durable and hard-wearing

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    Easy to remove peak

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    Easy to adjust straps

Cons

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    Heavy

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    Bulky on small heads

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    Too much lateral movement

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Italian brand Kask is synonymous with sleek and luxurious helmets developed with pro racers, advancing proprietary technologies, and topping the heads of victors in some of the biggest races in the world, including the Tour de France.

Our previous coverage of Kask helmets has for the most part been limited to recreational cycling, namely the brand’s aero and road offerings, but that’s not all it has on offer. Kask is a trusted name for commuters as well, and has plenty of offerings vying for a spot in our best commuter helmets and best e-bike helmets guide.

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