Product Review

Kask Infinity Helmet

thelink-article-022018-kurtThe Kask Infinity is one of the most aerodynamic helmets in cycling. I purchased one of these helmets a few months ago and it is the most comfortable helmet I’ve used. It’s great for road racing and track because of the little sliding bit on top of the helmet, the mobile aerator. This helps you control the amount of ventilation where needed, for example, when you are climbing up a hill you would have the sliding device open, then when you descend you would close it for full aerodynamics. Also, in Winter when I go out for my rides in the freezing cold weather, this helps keep my head really warm, which helps me perform to the best of my ability.

I’ve found that this helmet is the best fitting helmet I have put on my head, and that helps me stay comfortable on long rides. The Kask Infinity is worn by the pro team, Sky, which, in addition to its design benefits, has helped make the helmet so popular. The pricing is also very reasonable for its quality and comfort compared to some others. This helmet has a lot of features going for it, but one of the things I particularly liked is how light it is; this helps for climbing up hills or racing, where you want to have your weight as low as possible. I would recommend this a helmet to anyone – it’s at the top of my list. It’s the best helmet I’ve ever worn; everything about it is perfect for me, and it helps me perform to the best of my ability, so it’s just what I need. I’m sure the Kask Infinity will be around for a long time, and is only going to get better as technology gets better.

By Kurt Eather – Pushys Sponsored Athlete

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