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This is the stripped down little sibling of the Krio Pro, which is distinguished for its space-age Koroyd element, a Transitions shield (which this lid can be upgraded to), and a slick Fidlock clasp.

The Krios Karbon, on the other hand, is just slightly downspec’d – but definitely no slouch.

It gets a tried-and-true D-ring, which last we checked was still the very best way to keep a motorcycle helmet fastened. It doesn’t get the Koroyd panels (which basically offers a novel take on crush protection, plus adds ventilation) but it’s still a multi-density EPS liner, and still clad in a carbon-fiber shell that’s strong and lightweight.

How light weight? Sub 1,500 grams. That’s less than 3.5lbs and a full lb less than some of the competition.

It comes with a pinlock insert, and is surprisingly quiet, even on the road.

The downside? A helmet is only as good as it fits. You’ve got to try it in person (whether ordering a couple sizes from us online, or shop in person and try it on—preferably, in our showroom.

Because it only comes in two shell sizes, the fit options are not as plentiful as, say, a Shoei Hornet, which comes in four shell sizes, with many micro-sizes achievable through variable pad thicknesses. The Krios much account for the whole swath of humanity with just two shell sizes, and no variable pad thicknesses to fine-tune fit – the X-Small-Medium all share the same shell; and the Large through 3XL all share the other shell. 

We’ve seen customers fall between the two, or just not jive with the interior shape of the helmet. We find this fits a round/intermediate oval fit.

But if you do find a size that works for you, this is an excellent helmet.

Quarter-turn screws remove the peak, and/or the shield. Pinlock is included. And you can upgrade the helmet with a Transitions shield—which we contend (when combined with Pinlock especially) is the ultimate upgrade.

In the basic-bitch “Karbon” version Klim only offers this helmet in two color options—and we are 100% find with that simplicity of choice. .

From the company that has given us such cutting edge colors as “Elektric Gecko” – we’re completely content with the solid-white option.

It’s also offered in a gloss carbon finish, showing off a 12K weave. But white is our favorite—it’s more visible/safer, aesthetically classier, and goes with any bike.

KLIM Krios Karbon Adventure Helmet

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The Krios Karbon is a standout favorite among our adventure helmet lineup. It’s lightest-in-class, strong, flush with all the features you’d want. And compared against all the other premium ADV helmets out there, it’s a great value, too. Read More Read More

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This is the stripped down little sibling of the Krio Pro, which is distinguished for its space-age Koroyd element, a Transitions shield (which this lid can be upgraded to), and a slick Fidlock clasp.

The Krios Karbon, on the other hand, is just slightly downspec’d – but definitely no slouch.

It gets a tried-and-true D-ring, which last we checked was still the very best way to keep a motorcycle helmet fastened. It doesn’t get the Koroyd panels (which basically offers a novel take on crush protection, plus adds ventilation) but it’s still a multi-density EPS liner, and still clad in a carbon-fiber shell that’s strong and lightweight.

How light weight? Sub 1,500 grams. That’s less than 3.5lbs and a full lb less than some of the competition.

It comes with a pinlock insert, and is surprisingly quiet, even on the road.

The downside? A helmet is only as good as it fits. You’ve got to try it in person (whether ordering a couple sizes from us online, or shop in person and try it on—preferably, in our showroom.

Because it only comes in two shell sizes, the fit options are not as plentiful as, say, a Shoei Hornet, which comes in four shell sizes, with many micro-sizes achievable through variable pad thicknesses. The Krios much account for the whole swath of humanity with just two shell sizes, and no variable pad thicknesses to fine-tune fit – the X-Small-Medium all share the same shell; and the Large through 3XL all share the other shell. 

We’ve seen customers fall between the two, or just not jive with the interior shape of the helmet. We find this fits a round/intermediate oval fit.

But if you do find a size that works for you, this is an excellent helmet.

Quarter-turn screws remove the peak, and/or the shield. Pinlock is included. And you can upgrade the helmet with a Transitions shield—which we contend (when combined with Pinlock especially) is the ultimate upgrade.

In the basic-bitch “Karbon” version Klim only offers this helmet in two color options—and we are 100% find with that simplicity of choice. .

From the company that has given us such cutting edge colors as “Elektric Gecko” – we’re completely content with the solid-white option.

It’s also offered in a gloss carbon finish, showing off a 12K weave. But white is our favorite—it’s more visible/safer, aesthetically classier, and goes with any bike.

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