Kask Wasabi WG11


Packed with impressive features and highly versatile, the Wasabi Road Helmet by Kask is your all-season multi-discipline head protection whether you ride road, gravel or cyclocross.

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The helmet offers manual temperature regulation with an integrated active ventilation system. A centralised vent can be opened and closed by simply pushing a switch at the back allowing cool air to flow through when conditions heat up and closed back up for needed heat retention.

An Octo fit head system ensures a comfortable and secure feel, while a personalised fit can be achieved with the grippy dial at the back. The floating cradle with gel pads rests on contact points of the head for optimum comfort, and the lining is made from Merino wool that is naturally breathable with a fast-drying ability.


  • All year round helmet for road, gravel and cyclocross
  • Extremely aerodynamic design
  • Rigorous WG11 rotational safety test achieved
  • 100% Merino wool liner by Reda for natural temperature regulation and comfort
  • High visibility
  • Manually adjust airflow with an active ventilation system
  • Easy-grip rear adjuster with Octo fit internal cradle for a secure comfortable fit
  • Eco-leather washable synthetic chinstrap for comfort without irritation
  • Manufacturer’s claimed weight: 290 grams – size small

Additional information


Matt Black, Matt White


Large, Medium, Small


Sizing Guide


The choice of helmet must be based on its technical and performance characteristics, combined with comfort and design.

Tips for choosing a helmet:
1. The first thing to do is to wear the helmet for a few minutes, to see if it fits well or if it causes pain in any particular place.
2. Once it has been put on, simulate movement to test its comfort.
3. The helmet, once secured, must be comfortable, but it should not move.
4. When fastened the strap and buckle must not prevent movement of the neck.
5. Always check safety and comfort and choose the model you like best!

The size of the KASK helmets corresponds to the circumference of your head! You can use a tape measure positioning it just above the ears, and taking note of the measurement in centimetres.