Kask Protone Road Cycling Helmet
The Kask Protone helmet provides the perfect blend of aerodynamic performance, low weight, maximum ventilation and amazingly stylish looks. Kask’s top of the range road helmet developed in partnership with Team Sky has been proven in the toughest pro-cycling races around the world.
Weighing just 230 grams the Protone is not only lightweight but incredibly aerodynamic too. It was developed using extensive wind-tunnel testing beyond typical testing boundaries, with Kask continuing to modify the profile of the helmet until it performed excellently with the head in any position.
Produced using their innovative ‘In-Moulding’ system the Kask Protone helmet features a fully adjustable floating cradle and internal gel pads which together provide a close, comfortable fit. The Kask’s notable up and down adjustment system means it is one of the most precise fitting helmets out there thanks to its unique double pivot design. With an eco-leather chinstrap which is anallergic & washable helping to avoid skin irritation, a rubberised Micro Dial adjuster on the back of the helmet and a floating cradle with internal gel pads for the Kask Protone features Coolmax inner padding treated with an antibacterial and antimicrobial process to help keep the helmet fresh and odour free.
- Lightweight and incredibly aerodynamic
- ‘In-moulding’ technology for enhanced shock absorption
- ECO Chinstrap - anallergic & washable
- ‘Up ‘n’ Down’ adjustment – double pivot cradle
- Sanitised antibacterial and antimicrobial inner pads
- Internal shock frame
Sizing and Fit
- Medium - 52-58cm / 20.5”- 22.8”
- Large - 59-62 cm / 23.2” - 24.5”
- Medium - 230 grams
- Large - 250 grams
CE EN 1078 These Helmets are certified with a European CE EN1078 standard. This is a European standard and although the helmet is perfectly safe to use, specific countries may have their own certification which is legally required if you intend to wear the helmet recreationally or in a competitive racing environment. If you are unsure, please check your specific country requirements and check with the manufacturer to see if the helmet has received any additional certification.