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Old 05-20-13, 03:01 PM   #1
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Kask Mojito

Anyone here use one? I'd love to hear some of your feedback on it. Trying to decide between that and the Giro Aeon. Thanks.
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Is that a drink?
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I've made 'em by the pitcher, but not by the cask
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I've made 'em by the pitcher, but not by the cask
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Old 05-20-13, 04:30 PM   #5
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I would have loved to have it but it does not agree with my weird head. Check for fit.
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Picked on up recently. Fits my head nicely, and rear adjustment tightens/looses and can move up and down to accomodate different heads. It's a slim profile too. I use Smith Pivlock V2 glasses and they fit fine, some people have reported problems with the rear adjustment getting in the way of glasses arms.
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I have the K.10 and love it. The fit is nice and snug. I have a large head, BTW. It fits better for me than the Giro Prolight I have.
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I have it and love it. Heavier than the Giro but I really like the fit. My glasses do get caught in the rear adjustment but it isn't that bad. Really slim profile and fit.


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