Kali Protectives Aatma Full Face Helmet

5/5 (2 Reviews)
Weight : 1250 g MSRP : $149.00


Product Description

From the dreams of riders to the scratch pads of aerospace engineers, revolutionary Composite Fusion technology is introduced with the Aatma helmet. Weighing in at 1250 grams, the Aatma represents one of the lightest, most durable and best fitting motocross helmets imaginable


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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Hangtime a Weekend Warrior from Portland, OR

Date Reviewed: November 14, 2010

Strengths:    Price for a Moto helmet of this quality is much higher with the big name brands (TLD..etc)I picked this up for $270 shipped to my door and it is equal to any other FF I have tried on. This helmet vents well and is quite light. I came from a Gyro remedy so this is a big jump up in quality. Great workmanship with the liner. Huge field of view which aids in cooling. I use Rockgarden Goggles and they fit with no issue. I also run regular glasses sometimes and they to are held in place with snug padding

Weaknesses:    My ears rub on the padding a bit, but once you are going you dont feel it.

Bottom Line:   
I would highly recomend this helmet both for price and quality. They dont get the super paint jobs that the TLD helmets get but on the positive side I prefer the subdued scheme on this one. Also, I spoke to the Kali folks several times with questions about safety ratings and they took the time to answer ALL of my questions. Their customer service was second to none and that sinched the deal on my purchase.

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Favorite Trail:   Blackrock

Duration Product Used:   1 Year

Price Paid:    $270.00

Purchased At:   Motosano (on line)

Similar Products Used:   Gyro Remedy..

Bike Setup:   Turner Highline

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by bikr_guy930 a Racer from SLO, CA

Date Reviewed: October 31, 2009

Strengths:    Weight
Fit
Colors
Company
Price


Weaknesses:    None, if you can get past name brand BS

Bottom Line:   
Simply, up to this point I was a hardcore name-brand aficionado. Arai, Shoei, TLD, etc. I have owned, ridden, and crashed them all. I am a fan of DOT legal full face helmets, that way I can run one helmet for moto and DH. I will admit, I was skeptical and thought that there is now way a new brand could possibly compete with the big boys. Their sales rep was persistent and I finally caved in. A large part of that was learning that the lead engineer for Kali is ex Lockeed and a composite engineering whiz. Being an engineer myself, this opened the company up to my consideration. Best helmet I have owned. Period. The sizes are small jumps, I usually wear a medium but the rep insisted I buy a small and after one ride it feels better than any other helmet I have worn, $100 fox to $600 Arai/Shoei. Light, great visibility, surprising ventilation, removable pads, comes with extra pads for fit purposes, paint is great, visors are only $25 painted, so on and so on. BEST HELMET FOR THE MONEY BAR NONE. Lighter than my previous standard, Troy Lee SE2. Please give them a chance for your own sake. New model coming out early 2010 that will be more in line with current market trends (read: more stylized shell) but will also be more expensive.

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Favorite Trail:   the one I built

Duration Product Used:   3 months

Similar Products Used:   EVERYTHING.

Bike Setup:   Cherry.

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Kali Protectives Aatma Review

After being off the bike last summer with a wrist issue I thought it was time to upgrade some stuff and get a new helmet. I wanted a DOT for sure this time and looked at most of the big names out there and settled on a Kali Aatma [IMG]http://h1.ripway.com/jmac/IMG_2783.JPG[/IMG] I was able to get ... Read More »

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