Kali Deva Snow Helmet
Kali Deva ski/snowboard helmet brings you style, comfort, and protection through a patented in-mold helmet construction process called Composite Fusion. It also features a revolutionary mix of Kevlar, carbon fiber and fiberglass in its shell materials and a protective liner made of Contego™ foam, the purest formulation of EPS. If you want a great blend of style and technology in a ski/snowboard helmet, look no further than the Kali Deva.
- Composite Fusion™ Polycarbonate shell/liner connection
- Low-density 2D Contego™ EPS foam liner for impact absorption
- Integrated airflow system
- Active vent system on top and front
- Washable, adjustable, printed ear pads
- Removable visor
- Ring fit system
- Polycarbonate bottom wrapping
- Goggle retainer
- Meets CE EN1077
Kali Patented Protectiion: Composite Fusion
See the Video tab to have Kali Deva Helmet's unique construction explained in 60sec..
Kali Protectives has patented an in-mold helmet construction process called Composite Fusion. Any helmet has two essential protective components: the exterior hard shell and an energy-absorbing inner liner typically made of stiff EPS foam. Composite Fusion™ technology makes the foam an integral part of the shell. This is an important safety factor because 100% of the energy from an impact can be transferred directly to the EPS foam liner. This makes for a stronger material connection and a super light, durable helmet for you. On the Deva ski/snowboard helmet, the Composite Fusion technology is enhanced by use of Contego™ EPS. The Latin term for "Shield," Contego™ characterizes the purest formulation of Expanded PolyStyrene (EPS) to provide an excellent combination of densities for shock absorption.
Kali Snowboard & Ski Helmets Size Guide
To get your size measure your head about 25mm above your eyebrows and ears. Use a cloth measuring tape or else use a piece of string, then measure with ruler or tape measure. See picture above.
Doesn't fit when you try it on?
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Upon receipt of payment your order will be packed and posted either the same day, or at latest the next working day.
Paypal and credit cards are processed almost immediately, while bank transfers can take 24-48 hours.
In general we find that deliveries to Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide, Brisbane metro and VIC regional are made within 1-3 working days. NSW, SA, TAS, ACT and NT take 2-5 working days. Regional QLD, WA and other remote areas will take 5-7 working days.
Please note these are only expected deliveries times and occasionally delays may occur.
We use Australia Post for all of our deliveries except for Bulky Items. For bulky items we use Direct Freight Couriers.
COMBINED POSTAGE FOR THE PURCHASE OF SEVERAL ITEMS
Our internal shipping charge calculator will tell you the cost of your postage prior to your checkout. In most cases buying more than 1 item will result in cost savings to you.
- Small items up to 500g cost around $7 postage. Depending on the weight and size you will get 2 sometimes 3 small items posted for this amount.
- Most larger items post for about $12 and you will generally be able to add 1-3 small items at no extra charge
- Once you purchase products over 3 kg in weight there is generally, only a small amount of extra postage charged
COMBINED SHIPPING CHARGES FOR BULKY ITEMS
You can add smaller items together with bulky items and there will generally be no or a small added postage cost. Ordering items such as 2 bike cases may not result in any savings due to their volume. Ordering mid-size items like two fluid trainers together will result in very good savings though. You will get your quote for shipping costs before you checkout.
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We now ship to New Zealand. For further details please visit our International page here.
Hear Kali Helmets Founder, Brad Waldron, explain the unique technology behind the making of a Deva Snow Helmet.
What is behind Kali's COMPOSITE FUSION™ technology?
by Brad Waldron Engineer and Founder of Ski Helmets
"So many times when looking at a company’s claim I ask myself “Is this real or is this just salesman speak?”. I certainly can’t make up your mind for you, but I can tell you about our patented technology and why we are excited about it.
A helmet has two essential elements that help protect you: a shell and energy absorbing foam. These two components are built to dissipate the energies of an impact to your head. The shell is the hard outer surface of a helmet and has 3 functions. First, it prevents sharp object penetration. Second, it protects the energy absorbing foam from abrasion. Lastly, it spreads out the force of an impact over a greater area.
As the second component of the puzzle, the energy absorbing foam is the inner muscle of a helmet and the more active component of the two. It does the bulk of the work, cushioning and redirecting the G-forces of any impact that tries to work its way towards your head.
Standard helmet technology constructs the shell (made from various composite materials) and the energy absorbing foam composite (Expanded PolyStyrene or EPS) as two separate pieces. Simply shooting small beads into a mold makes the EPS foam. The beads are then steamed, expanded and bound into the “generic” shape of the exterior shell. This “shaped” EPS form is then pulled from the mold and allowed to dry, and then inserted into the shell by hand (being spot glued or taped into place inside).
This means that during an impact to the head, there will actually be a microsecond of ‘air’ as the energy is transferred between one protective material (the shell) and the next (the EPS foam). The result of this separate-but-glued-construction is a less efficient transfer of energy when a helmet is impacted.
Another unfortunate consequence of standard helmet construction is that over time the glue joints may wear down, which leaves users with EPS foam that is loose inside the shell. In addition to being uncomfortable, it can also be potentially dangerous, as the EPS foam may not stay in its intended position during an impact."