Shark Evoline 2 ST Moovit Helmet (XL)
Most Unique Modular Helmet
I thinking of picking up my second Evoline 2 as a spare. The main advantage of the Evoline 2 is the ability to ride with the chinbar in the up position and there is no drag. My only conplaint is the inner sunshade gets scratches caused by the retraction into the helmet. And getting that visor off was impossible for me.
December 2, 2012
Awesome helmet!! >.<
I really liked it when i got it just got to break it in. A little tight at first but once it is broken in it is awesome. Love how the can transform into different helmets when you need it. so far it is the quietest open face helmet i own.
September 12, 2012
Stylish modular that is two helmets in one
Like the way I can choose to wear full face, or not. The built in sun shield is particularly handy and easy to use. Holds corrective lens glasses very securly, and provides a lot of protection.
September 3, 2012
very high quality, heavier than I thought it'd be
very high quality, heavier than I thought it'd be.
August 25, 2012
Good value for money.
I like the options of full or open face + sun visor. Impressed with how fast I got my helmet. All the way from US to Perth Australia. .
July 23, 2012
This is an exceptionally well built helmet, offered at a great price.
I love this helmet, previously, I have worn Schubert "C" line modular helmets. However, the convertible Evoline is a welcome addition. Before Evoline, my options were, the Schubert for most of the year, a half HJC for day when the temperature touches 100 degrees? Now, one helmet aptly handles all of my riding conditions. Additionally, the ability to add Bluethooth communication without modifying the helmet is first rate. Thanks to Revzilla for making the unique product available to the American rider at a great price.
June 11, 2012
great gear,but be carefull with your sizing
great style, and even better to have the choose of full face or open.I had to get the next size up from what I should be wearing, when trying on the 1st helmet trying to get it off nearly took my left ear off, which is still sore to touch after 4 weeks. Sometimes I put the helmet to open face to make it easier to get the helmet off as the changeover is quite easy once you get used to it.
But overall it is a good helmet.Great and quick service from the U.S.A to Australia, unbelievably quick.
May 17, 2012
Excellent helmet. Unique modular system is fantastic.
I had been thinking about a modular helmet for a long time, and I finally pulled the trigger. I actually first saw the original Shark Evoline helmet on a biker in London when I was there in 2008, and I thought it was one of the coolest and most interesting looking helmets I'd ever seen. Well now that I have the Evoline 2, I'm happy to report that it's even more useful than it is cool-looking.
The chin-bar lifts up effortlessly and locks securely into place with only one hand. It really converts into a very usable 3/4 helmet, much more useful than any other modular design, which will catch in the wind very badly. I find myself riding with the chin bar up in almost any situation below highway speeds. I absolutely love it.
In addition, the pull-down sunvisor (which is becoming a standard feature on most touring-oriented premium helmets nowadays it seems) is *much* better than the one on my old Scorpion EXO-1000, because it's completely analog. That is, there are no detents where the visor will sit. There is no 'down' or 'up', it's completely smooth and will sit exactly where you want it. This is something that no other review seemed to mention when I was researching it, and I absolutely love it.
I don't have the Sharktooth system installed, but I do have the Scala Rider G4 hooked up to it, and the speakers fit perfectly. The only modification I had to make as far as comfort goes was to slightly trim down the cheekpads where they press up near my temples. Other than that, it has been perfectly comfortable.
It is slightly noisy at high speeds, but there isn't a modular helmet on the market that isn't. It just has a few more seams for wind to catch on. But, especially with my stereo bluetooth setup, I really don't mind any level of noise that this helmet has generated, and I do a lot of interstate-speed commuting.
I'm sure there are some things I'm not mentioning, but in summary, I find this helmet to be completely fantastic. I highly recommend it.
July 22, 2011