Shark motorcycle helmets have two flip-up helmets in their range: the Shark Evo-One and the Shark Evoline 3. At first glance they look like the same helmet but upon closer inspection you can see different features in both helmets. Watch the video below to see the features explained and what makes each Shark helmet great.
The Shark Evo-One
weighs1,650g on average
Two different shell sizes
A MaxVision Pinlock visor for a greater field of vision that is fog-free.
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. The only downside of this is that the Evo-one required two hands to operate the flip function.
Ideal for touring.
The Shark Evoline
Weighs in at 1,750g on average.
The Evoline's Visor doesn't come Pin-Lock ready but, is treated with Anti-Fog treatment to stop the visor from fogging up.
The Shark Evoline's up and over chin mechanism is one hand operated, meaning you can easily change the helmet from a full-face into an open face while on the move.