Shark Evo-One Helmets From GetGeared
Shark helmets have two flip-up motorcycle helmets in their range. Shark have designed exception motorbike helmets for 20 years. Founded by former professional racers, Shark a leader and innovator in helmet manufacture. The passion for racing remains: the company designs helmets with the goal to ensure the highest level of performance and safety. Many Shark helmets boast eye-popping designs. The attention to detail goes all the way to the small things like spectacle channels that are in the right position. The new Shark Evo-One certainly doesn't disappoint.
The Evo-one has all the great features you would expect from Shark such as A MaxVision Pinlock visor for a greater field of vision that is fog-free. A stabilisation rear spoiler fin that has inbuilt extraction vents. As well as being lighter than its predecessor, the Evo-one weighing in at 1,650g on average .Read our guide to the Shark Evo-One helmets and user guide to find out more.
But the stand-out feature of the Shark Evo-One is the totally revised up-and-over mechanism of the chin piece: It offers 'Auto-Up', which means the visor automatically retracts when the chin piece is moved up; And it has 'Auto-Down', which mean that the visor lifts slightly to allow the chin piece to come down and slide undisturbed into the locked position. Now that is very clever! And it makes life 'fuss-free' when you are wearing gloves. Obviously, P/J approved for riding with the chin piece up or down.
Can't decide between the two Shark flip-up helmets in the range? See our infographic that explains the differences between the Shark Evoline Series 3 and the new Shark Evo-One
FREE UK delivery on all Shark Evo-One helmets, reassured by our straight forward returns process in the event you're not 100% satisfied with your order. If you would prefer to see the Shark Evo-One helmets in store, you can! Visit GetGeared in Leatherhead, Surrey and Leeds
In a Shark Evo One review, RiDE magazine said that the new updated helmet addresses 'everything that’s not quite right about the Evoline.', and finish off by saying it is a right 'Result!'. In the same Evo One review, it states that the seal on the visor is better and that there is a bigger drop-down sun visor. A great evolution of an already great helmet.