Catlike helmets were introduced into the US just a few years ago and they caught our attention with not only their eye-catching style but also their attention to the details most sought after by cyclists — namely fit and airflow. The Catlike 360 showcases simplicity of shape, fit, and ventilation for riders who want protection, but don't need all the added features of a more expensive helmet.
The 360 was designed with both cyclists and skaters in mind. Whether you freeride or freestyle, or even skateboard or roller skate, the 360 is something you won't want to be without. Designed from hi-density foam and a hard shell, it was constructed to fit close to your head. Its rounded shape means that you won't feel wind resistance when you turn your head, as you would if wearing an aero helmet. Catlike used its LNP (Low Nape Protection) in the design. This adds a lower rear structure to the back of the helmet to further protect the back of your head in the event of an impact. This is especially important when participating in disciplines, such as freestyle, where rear impact is just as prevalent as forward impact.
Even though the 360 features a very significant amount of solid shell as compared to their Whisper helmet, Catlike still incorporated its Dual Flow Technology. This means that large frontal air intakes are connected to large exit vents located in the rear. Connecting the vents keeps airflow continuous so that you avoid over-heating. The helmet is secured with a quick-release buckle attached to adjustable straps for a perfect fit.
The Catlike 360 comes in One size and in the colors: Black city and White city.