Visors have Kali’s Pop Out breakaway mount to avoid snagging hazards. Oasiz: a road model with large vents, compact shape but pronounced high rear points. There is a Certus Pro with upgraded fittings and graphics.
Rounder, Smoother Helmets We recommend smooth helmets that do not have points to snag when you crash. Catlike Catlike is a Spanish company named for its founder, a former bicycle racer who was known as «The Cat.» All of their helmets are molded in the shell except the toddler model. Retails for $40. Fox has other models on their Web site that are promoted for motorcycle use. Half Pint Toddler: a toddler helmet with vents and glued-on shell. It has a rounded shape but an elongated front to form a visor. The packaging says they are multi sport helmets, but certification is only to the CPSC bicycle helmet standard.
Retail is $90. Breeze: the value model in the line, less elongated than the Storm and with nicely recessed strap anchors as well as strap adjustors that hold reasonably well. Retail is $110. Worth a look. 3.4: introduced in 2013, a full face motorcycle style helmet that meets the Snell M2010 motorcycle helmet standard. All of Carrera’s models are available in bright visible colors, and have good locking side buckles on the straps. Some devices even offer information on nearby cafes, bike stores, hospitals and other destinations if you’re riding somewhere new.