Brand new Kask Utopia helmet made for World Tour team Sky* for the Tour de France climbers jersey.
The Utopia helmet is the result of the cooperation with Team Sky where the riders demand only the best. The Utopia helmet is made the be the most aerodynamic helmet for road racing at high speed. The helmet has been made with aerodynamics and comfort in mind. The strategically placed vents cool the head for superior comfort even in hot temperatures.
Kask uses its Multi In-Moulding Technology to create a polycarbonate cover for the top, base ring, and the back of the helmet’s shell. This is joined to the inner polystyrene cap via Kask’s In-Moulding Technology to improve the shell’s shock absorption. Finally, the top area is reinforced with an internal sub-structure that increases crash protection and helps maintain the helmet’s integrity after impact.
For the best comfort, the Utopia uses 3D DRY padding; a multi-layer open cell construction that allows better perspiration. The shell design is made to let the wind flow through the helmet and cool your head.
A rubberized Micro Dial adjuster provides improved finger grip, while the floating cradle contact points combine internal gel pads for optimum comfort. These supports are designed to oscillate freely through 180° allowing a perfect fit on any shaped head. The Skeletal Brackets of the cradle have been designed and refined to provide the best fit and support whilst being as light as possible.
Clear visor is included.
- Brand new
- Made for the Tour de France climbers jersey
- Superior fit and comfort
- Multi-In Moulding Technology for safety
- Optimized comfort thanks to the multi-layer open cell construction and the airflow through the helmet
- Micro-adjustable for a perfect fit
*Team Sky, now known as Team Ineos, is a British UCI World Tour cycling team. Team Sky has in record time won all of the three Grand Tours; the Tour de France, Vuelta a España and Giro d'Italia. The team included profiles such as the 4-double Tour de France winner Chris Froome, Geraint Thomas and Tour de France winner Egan Bernal.