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Prana Graffiti Carbon Moto X Helmet - Large

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Kali Motocross Helmet


Presenting one the most advanced helmets imaginable, the Kali Protective PRANA™ Helmet. Weighing just 1200 grams, it’s lighter than the human brain and a lot less than the average MX helmet. The heart of Kali Protective PRANA™ helmet is the introduction of COMPOSITE FUSION™ Plus technology. 

Years in development, this revolutionary construction incorporates pyramids of different CONTEGO™ foam densities to provide the softest materials next to your head. With a carbon shell providing the skeleton, COMPOSITE FUSION™ Plus technology provides not only one of the lightest possible helmets but also one of the most protective.


click on the Conehead Video tab above to view a short clip on the world beating safety technology used in Kali motorcycle helmets.


  • Carbon shell with COMPOSITE FUSION™ Plus construction
  • Dual Density CONTEGO™ EPS Liner
  • Integrated airflow system
  • Antibacterial, removable, washable liner
  • Breakaway visor design
  • Meets or exceeds AMA, FIM, CCS, WERA racing standards
  • Safety certifications include Australian Standards, ECE22.05, DOT (FMVSS 218)
  • Includes Kali Helmet Storage/Travel Bag


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Size Guide for Prana Motorcross Helmets


The most important part in helmet sizing is to get a snug fit around the crown, or widest part, of your head. Extra padding is supplied to then custom fit to your cheek area. 


Measure around your head, just above your eyes, as shown in the pop up image above.


Select your helmet size from this table: 


S =   55-56cm


M =  57-58cm


L  =  59-60cm


XL = 61-62cm




If you do not like the fit once you have received the helmet, you may return it for an exchange or refund. No Hassles.


Exchanged helmets are returned to you with Free Shipping.

Customer Reviews

light as! Review by Leo
So far I've put probably about 15-20 hours in the lid and can say i'm very impressed. First thing I noticed when picking it up was how light the damn thing was. I've never owned a high end dirt helmet before, let alone one created with carbon fiber, but this thing was cool.

Inside the box aside from the helmet you get your standard helmet sock type bag, you also get a full on padded bag for the helmet which is very high quality. My helmet also came with a set of thicker cheek pads and a thicker headliner, very impressive!

The helmet itself is incredibly comfortable, by the far the most comfortable dirt helmet i've ever had on my head. I'm typically a large, but in kali sizes i was a medium so keep this in mind. One thing i also noticed and this may be a feature or not depending on who you are, but the helmet is very quiet, i dont know if that's because of the foam they use, or the liner or what, but it is definitely noticeable coming from my HJC.

So far I have absolutely zero complaints, the closest thing to a complain i have is that it takes someone smarter than me to figure out how to put the headliner back in after taking it out for washing.

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Reviews of Kali Prana Carbon Motocross Helmet 

20 October 2012  

If you are like most of today’s riders in the sport of motocross, then you’re probably looking for a very specific helmet. You’re going to want something with finesse, class, and style, yet something that provides enough protection – and comfort – for professional motocross competition. If you’re into bright, vivid graphics that demand attention from everyone around the track, look no further than the 2012 Kali Graffiti Adult Prana Carbon Helmet. 

The 2012 Kali Graffiti Adult Prana Carbon Helmet, particularly the Wild variant, boasts one of the loudest designs we’ve seen in a long time. Covered in colorful, boastful clipart, the helmet blends shades of orange, blue, pink, green, yellow, purple, white, and black into a mishmash of color and excitement. The familiar Kali logo and brandings are incorporated in strategic locations throughout the design, and the entire package serves as a great way to show off your sense of style on the motocross track. 

Using a carbon shell that features a specialized Composite Fusion Plus construction, the 2012 Kali Graffiti Adult Prana Carbon Helmet is able to achieve a level of protection and durability that lesser helmets can only imagine. Furthermore, with an overall weight of only 1,200 grams, the 2012 Kali Graffiti Adult Prana Carbon Helmet is amongst the lightest helmets available for professional competition on the market today. 

Integrating years of technical expertise, the interior liner is unlike any other liner seen. Featuring highly specialized Contego foam, which is manufactured in tiny pyramid shapes, this protective liner is able to absorb impacts and lessen vibrations while simultaneously providing an ultra-soft barrier between your head and the rigid shell of the helmet itself. The liner also features antibacterial properties, and it can even be removed for washing or replacement as needed. Comfort like this simply isn’t available with lesser, cheaper helmets, and its rarely even seen in more expensive designs.

Finally, you can rest assured knowing that the designers of the 2012 Kali Graffiti Adult Prana Carbon Helmet did not cut any corners when it came to the design and production of their latest masterpiece. Meeting or exceeding all racing standards established by AMA, FIM, CCS, and WERA, and built to spec with safety certifications ECE 22.05 and DOT (FMVSS 218), the 2012 Kali Graffiti Adult Prana Carbon Helmet provides a level of professional protection that is on par, if not greater than, similarly priced helmets on the market today. 

With a manufacturer’s suggested retail price around $350, the 2012 Kali Graffiti Adult Prana Carbon Helmet isn’t for every rider out there. Those of you who choose to spend the extra bucks will appreciate the added sense of style – as well as protection – that you will have the next time you are out on the track. It is available in a plethora of sizes, including X-Small, Small, Medium, Large, X-Large, and 2X-Large, so there should not be any issues finding a shell in your size. The 2012 Kali Graffiti Adult Prana Carbon Helmet is available now, with each retail purchase including a special helmet storage/travel bag for safekeeping.

November 16 2012

The Kali Prana Carbon Helmet

It is obvious what helmet style reigns supreme in the mountain market; the moto-style helmet is the most common (and most imitated) and no one will argue that point. They give you the option of any goggles, breath deflectors and plenty of paint jobs to choose from. But the carbon helmet has become more affordable and much more popular in recent years. Carbon lets your neck take a breather from the constant whiplash sensation accustomed with some of the heavier polymer models. 

We spent last season testing the new carbon helmet from Kali Protectives, a company that flew mostly under the radar before the last few years.

The Prana helmet is ridiculously light and we were hard pressed to find a lighter one. That doesn’t mean Kali skimped on features. Comfort was not sacrificed in the least, and all the obligatory safety features are in place. It’s easy to forget the helmet is on at all; it has great air space and is unobtrusive, and ended up staying on most the day.  

If this helmet looks familiar it is because Motorfist is using it as there signature helmet. The Motorfist branded helmet is a Kali Prana FRP the non carbon brother.

After talking with Kali we decided to go with the one size larger helmet because of the padding it is thicker than most helmets, but is soft and pliable enough to fit comfortably with and without a balaclava on. No excess movement on warmer days without the balaclava but never to tight with the thickest on the coldest days.

Kali has taken safety to a new level with there composite fusion technology. The foam has two forms built in: the first layer consists of cones protruding in every direction, and the second is a softer foam laid over the top of the cones. The shell is attached directly to the foam which eliminates the controversial air space between the foam and the outer shell typically found in old school helmets. The reason for building a helmet in this fashion is all about safety: Force = mass x acceleration, i.e. the slower the combined mass of your brains moves during the final impact of foam, the safer the helmet.

Price: For a Full carbon helmet that weighs 1200 grams with prices settling around $350.00 it is lighter weight and about $100.00-$200.00 dollars cheaper than the flooded market of moto style helmets. It also meets AMA, FIM, CCS, WERA racing certifications, And is DOT certified.

Bottom Line this helmet is light, comfortable and safe. Does what a helmet should.


Best Helmet for MX: Kali Prana

September 9, 2012


After looking at many helmets, my pick for the most protective helmet available for motocross is the Kali Prana. The unique construction and materials add to your safety. In my opinion the Snell sticker just makes the helmet more expensive not prevent the average motocross head injury. Check out this quote from MXA test of Kali Prana helmets.


Dubbed “Composite Fusion Plus,” the Prana Carbon incorporates an inner foam liner of pyramid-like structure of different foam densities. These structures take the brunt of the initial impact and direct energy sideways within the foam instead of linearly down to your head. Essentially, the “Composite Fusion Plus” features a shock absorbing liner based on a series of compressible cones that work much like the crumple zones on a car. The cones are arranged to provide varying degrees of compression so that the more delicate areas of the riders skull are offered greater protection. The result is a lighter and stronger helmet design. MXA is familiar with dual-density foam, but Kali’s forward-thinking design is intriguing.

By using two densities of foam and arranging them in a unique porcupine layout, the Kali Prana absorbs energy as the pointy parts crush laterally.

VERDICT: On MXA’s scale, any helmet that weighs less than three pounds is exceptionally light. The Kali Prana Carbon weighed in at a svelte 2.75 pounds (size Medium). The Kali Prana Carbon is available in sizes XS through XL, and in two color ways (Skari black or white). Kali also sells the Prana FRP, which has a fiberglass shell and retails for $249. The Prana Carbon comes with a thin storage bag, as well as a very nice helmet travel bag. If you are looking for a very lightest, high-end, certified motocross helmet—this is it. The ingenious pyramid-shaped, dual-density, inner foam liner is a show stealer. It won the ”Invention of the Year” award from Australia’s ABC-TV network and is a worthy contender in the U.S. helmet market. $349.00 ( Prana Carbon), $249 (Prana FRP)– 


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.



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


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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Composite Fusion PLUS Technology in Kali Motorcross Helmets

The purpose of a helmet is to absorb the energy of an impact to minimize or prevent a head injury. A helmet does this by transferring the energy to the foam, which crushes as it absorbs the impact. However, the way in which a helmet is constructed plays an important role in how the helmet absorbs the energy.

There are basically two ways that most companies construct a helmet. The traditional construction of full-face and skate-style helmets features impact foam glued to a hard outer shell. The other common way, which is typically used in cross-country-style helmets, has the foam molded directly to the hard exterior shell and is commonly referred to as in-molding.

Using an advanced form of in-molding, Kali has developed two designs that effectively disperse impact energy better than a traditional full-face helmet, which allows them to offer the same or better protection as other helmets in a lighter package. The secret is in their patented manufacturing technique and tooling; Kali is the first company to figure out how to produce the full outside shell of a full-face and then to have the EPS injected inside that formed shell. Here’s a quick overview of a traditional full-face helmet construction compared to Kali’s COMPOSITE FUSION and COMPOSITE FUSION Plus technology.

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In the above picture, a traditional full-face helmet design features foam glued to the inside of the outer shell. While this helmet construction can provide adequate protection, it is not ideal because the design can leave gaps in between the foam and the shell. When a helmet sustains an impact, the force must first break through the hard shell before it gets to the part of the helmet that dissipates the energy. Besides offering a more durable helmet covering, the main role of a hard exterior is to help spread out the impact energy across more of the foam inside the helmet to absorb the shock. In addition, many helmet manufacturers use dual density foam to help absorb the impact energy more efficiently.

Kali’s Composite Fusion design provides a super tight (almost molecular) bond between the helmet shell and the energy absorbing material inside. This tight connection between these two materials prevents gaps, which transfers shock more efficiently through to the softer EPS foam materials. It also allows Kali to use a thinner shell that breaks down faster and allows the energy to be absorbed more efficiently. Kali also uses dual density foam, with the softer material near the head, to dissipate the energy sustained from an impact.

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Taking the COMPOSITE FUSION technology a step further, Kali’s COMPOSITE FUSION  Plus has the same super tight connection but also incorporates a special impact foam design. Using geometric shapes of different densities inside the foam, the Composite Fusion Plus technology further helps dissipate the shock forces as they travel through the foam. In this image, the different colors of the dual density foam highlight the pyramid shape of the Composite Fusion Plus design, with the softer material near the head. Interestingly enough the Plus design is based on an Australian Invention, CONEHEAD TECHNOLOGY, which won World Inventor Of the Year in 2012 for its creator Don Morgan of Queensland!

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G-Force Scale

Based on thousands of actual test results, this G-Force Scale demonstrates how impact force is registered and dissipated as the helmet takes impact. As you can see by the illustration, different types of helmet construction and materials absorb and dissipate impact energy differently.

Traditional As a traditional helmet absorbs the force of an impact, the transition from the hard shell to the foam is highlighted by a dip in the impact energy being absorbed (as the shell breaks down). This is not only inefficient, but can allow the energy to slightly magnify rather than continue dissipating.

COMPOSITE FUSION™ The way in which a COMPOSITE FUSION helmet absorbs the energy of an impact is much more fluid and effective than a traditional helmet. The smooth curve provides constant impact dissipation through the super tight shell/foam connection, reducing energy spikes.

COMPOSITE FUSION™ PLUS Compared to a COMPOSITE FUSION helmet, a COMPOSITE FUSION Plus helmet is even more efficient at absorbing impact energy, thanks to it additionally channeling impact energy laterally through its geometric shapes of dual-density foams. This promotes constant energy dissipation until the impact is relieved.

The Verdict

The G-Force Scale sidebar is a good way to compare the different ways that a Traditional, COMPOSITE FUSION and COMPOSITE FUSION Plus helmet design deals with energy absorption. You can see that Kali’s helmet designs disperse impact energy much more effectively and efficiently than a traditional full-face helmet. This not only makes their helmets safer but also allows them to be lighter. 

Brad Waldron, Head Engineer and Founder of Kali briefly explains the use of Australian Conehead Technology in their motocross helmets

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