This will be my third helmet from the Shark Evo range. I just love them; I love the way they convert with a flick of the wrist from being a full face, into an open face; this feature is so useful, especially in my job, which involves frequent stopping to take pictures, or to talk to people. They are so easy to use – even with a gloved hand.
My previous two Sharks were both from the Evoline Series 3 range, but this latest helmet is the Shark Evo One, which claims some major innovations in various areas, including a varied array of the latest technical characteristics like the ‘auto-up and auto-down’system, which automatically lifts the visor when raising or lowering the chin guard.
Visually, the Shark Evo One Helmet is much more compact in its design, which gives it a better aerodynamic profile; it’s also 100g lighter than its predecessor. Out on the road this translates to making it much more comfortable to wear, due to less air turbulence being created. The helmet’s Autoseal system (which flattens the visor onto the helmet) helps to create a soundproof seal, which in turn means there’s a vast reduction in wind noise, making it much better on the ears. And this system doesn’t just improve wind noise levels – it also helps with keeping out water and unwanted drafts.
The Shark Evo One Helmet comes in two shell sizes (with a Pinlock MaxVision anti-fog system being a standard fitment on both). The auto-up/auto-down system makes it a doddle to alter the helmet from a full face to an open face, even when wearing gloves. The helmet is also fitted with what Shark describe features include Shark Easy Fit (for those who wear glasses), a micro buckle system and a removable, washable inner liner; it also comes set up and ready to accept the Sharktooth communication system.
Weighing in at 1.65 Kg, the Shark Evo OneHelmet is available in 11 different colourways (mine was the Krono version), and in sizes XS to XL.
Price : £309.99
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