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    Kali helment

    I just purchased a Kali XC helment, do any of you use one? When I tried it on it just felt right. It has a built in camera/light mount that will come in handy since my wife gave me a Go Pro for Christmas. Hopefully I'll be able to hit the trail in a few days when everything dries up after the rains we are getting in my area. If you have a Kali helment let me know how you like it or if you have had issues with it.

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    I don't have the xc, but a full face Kali. I love the helmet. Fits well, good padding, decent vent, and light. I dig their products, so if it fits well, you should be all set.

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    Bought a Kali Chakra last year in Moab when I smashed my girl feature. Price was perfect but it was the fit that sold me. Felt good right off the bat. You will enjoy it
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    I picked up a Kali Amara and absolutley love it!!! I had a Giro Xar which set me back $130 and for my melon the Kali is a better fit. I really like the fact that its a lower profile helmet and does not ride real high on my head.

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    RSullivan. I own a Chakra in a lg. I'm thinking of getting a Feature. Do they fit the same? The Chakra is just a little to big. Should I get a Feature in med? thankx

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    I normally wear a medium in the Giro and the s/m was the perfect fit for me.

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