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Cutting-Edge Safety

The truth is, helmet safety standards are pretty low. So we made our own. Then we exceeded them.

By merging a helmet’s shell and foam, we avoid the double impact spike incurred by all other helmets (red curve on graph). Then we beef up the foam to absorb more G-Forces (yellow curve).

Finally we keep the weight of our helmets to a minimum: Remember Force = Mass * Acceleration (F = M*A). You take care of the A, we’ll handle the M. If you want to just check the helmet box, go with the other guys. If you want top performance and safety, go with Kali.

Under the Hood

A Literal Rocket Scientist

Your head is in good hands. Owner Brad Waldron started out in aerospace R&D before pursuing his passions for riding and material science at the consumer level. For Brad there’s no point waking up in the morning if he’s not building the safest, smartest products possible. He knows materials, physics, and manufacturing so that you don’t have to.

Brad also frequently visits the Kali factory to personally oversee every new design. He just doesn’t have the stomach that other companies do for errors and imperfections introduced at the manufacturing level. It’s this commitment to quality that makes Kali a better helmet, period.

What They’re Saying

“Kali is distinguishing itself as an innovator in the realm of safety.”

“Moto-level protection in a well-ventilated, lightweight and compact package.”

“Brad is always trying to figure out how to make a better helmet.”

“This isn’t voodoo or magic, it’s scientific testing … these products are the way forward.”

“Over half a pound lighter than the competition.”

“Superb fit and adjustability … lightweight, comfortable and safe for high speeds.”

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