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Shark Evoline 3 ST Century Hi Viz Helmet

Shark’s masterpiece continues on its evolution. Never has a helmet given you such options between street/road riding, open or full face.

Improvements to the Series 3 include:

  • Easier manipulation of the chinbar thanks to the Auto-Up system. The unique motion of the Evoline remains unchanged and has become even more natural with the Series3.
  • The Auto-Up system has been simplified - chinbar and main shield are now united in a single movement.
  • Fabrics, finish and style. The interior of the Evoline Series 3 has been totally redesigned and is softer, better and more comfortable.
  • Brand new ventilation design fore and aft.
  • Overall lower weight has been decreased by approximately 200 grams.

Features:

  • Lexan Polycarbonate shell
  • Shark Easy Fit system for comfortable use with glasses
  • Sharktooth ready
  • Integrated drop down sun shield
  • Removable and washable CoolMax liner
  • ECE 2205 approved with chinbar in both open and closed position
  • ECE 2205 and DOT approved
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Shark Evoline 3 ST Century Hi Viz Helmet 4.3 5 270 270
Very Good Helmet Had an Evoline2 before this and the Evoline3 is far better than the 2. Had problems with the 2 in the visor opening and closing was hard and once I lubricated it then it was too lose and wind buffeting adjusted it. Then it broke, hence the new helmet. However being able to change from open-face to full-face is so good it was worth trying the 3 and I'm glad i did. I normally ride open faced and having a high safety rating with an open helmet is unusual. Being able to close the helmet in bad weather and heavy traffic is also gold. The 3 has fixed most of my irritations from the 2 The helmets (2 &3) a bit noisy on the open road but my bikes unfaired and a fairing would change this I think. Overall I really rate these helmets for the type of riding I do, mainly day long rides and long distance. November 11, 2014
A modular helmet that has been "finished". I've used modular helmets before but it always seemed a bit unfinished. Evoline 3 goes that extra step to make it function fully as a three quarter helmet on the fly. I don't use it has modular too often because I like the safety of a full faced helmet but I do use it that way when stuck in traffic or going slowly around time during summer. I had to get some thinner cheek pads to accommodate my face. As a reference Arai RX-Q and Corsair V fits extremely comfortably for me. Shoei RF 1200 fits too narrow for me in the head. Excellent fit and finish. High visibility (this graphic). Nice sporty shape. A big thumbs up. September 15, 2014
Its ok It's impossible to wear at any speed as an open face with the visor up as it simply rattles/vibrates. I have a Shoei J-cruise and theres absolutely no rattle with the visor up. Locking the chin bar in place whilst riding is tricky. I need to sort of contort my chin before pushing into my face otherwise it will not lock. However whilst stationary with 2 hands its not a problem, but that kind of defeats the whole point of the design. Finally my Harley ear phones just don't fit (there's just not a big enough recess) and Harley even sell this model badged as their top of the range FXRG model!!! It's crazy! I've just done a 1200 mile 4 day trip around northern France and would have liked to have worn the Shark, but stuck to my Shoei as I couldn't face the noise and discomfort, sadly. The Evoline is heading in the right direction in terms of design but a Mk IV or V might cure some of these basic design issues. August 23, 2014
Best there is Best modular helmet ever. Every one ask about it, and 80% of them already plasced their orders for one. October 6, 2014
Whistling noise driving me mad This is almost a great helmet. Unfortunately there is a loud whistling noise coming from the right side of the helmet between 20-60mph. After 60mph the general wind noise drowns out the whistle. Even without the whistle this is a noisy helmet. September 24, 2014
Didn't Last as Long as I Hoped I bought this helmet originally because I love having plenty of airflow at below-highway speeds but also plenty protection if I wanted as well. This helmet met my needs but started to let me down over time as liners and seals began to wear and the chinbar locking mechanism sticks about 40% of the time. Overall, I absolutely love the design of the helmet but am disappointed with the durability of it after almost a year of liberal use. Pros: -Unique modular design where it can be worn as a 3/4 helmet without catching the wind -Excellent airflow on hot days -Able to use both the sunshield and clear visor in both 3/4 and fullface positions Cons: -Very noisy helmet at speeds 50+ mph. Causes a lot of difficulties hearing/speaking into my scala rider g9. -The extra weight of the chinbar on the back of the helmet when worn in the 3/4 position causes the helmet to want to "roll back" on your head, putting pressure on your forehead which gets immensely uncomfortable after a short period of time. -Helmet liners are poorly sewn and come apart at the seams, exposing the padding, after taking the helmet off/on sever times over the course of a year. Overall: I have definitely gotten my money's worth out of this helmet for as much as I have used it, but am greatly disappointed in its durability after only lasting a year under heavy use. This helmet also does not get along with intercom systems due to how noisy it is. There are likely better options in both modular, full-face, and 3/4 style helmets that will not succumb to wear and tear and last you longer than a single year of riding. September 19, 2014
Funny fit but lots of cool features I have a round head and this helmet doesn't fit very well. Also the cheek pads rather high on your cheeks rather than lower near the jaw. The ventilation is not great and the noise from the chin bar hinges makes it relatively loud. I did recommend it however because of the flip back chin bar that makes riding on hot days quite nice, the tinted visor extends low for great sun blocking and I thought it might be flimsy but its pretty sturdy. September 15, 2014
Very good but not perfect I love this helmet and its features however after 1.5h or riding, the area above my forehead hurts. Also, the area where the chin bar rotates (the hinge) creates turbulences and some noise at higher speeds. Not necessarily a big deal but overtime the crackling noise bothers me. I love the rotating chin bar. When stuck in trafic or riding at lower speed, I love to pull it back and ride with it open. I also bought the Sharkthooth and it works very well with my iPhone 5. Sound is good (speakers) and people hear me perfectly. Often they don't even know that I am on my bike. September 14, 2014
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Shark Evoline 3 ST Century Hi Viz Helmet
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Paul P: I Purchased this helmet to wear in the cooler weather. I like the fact you can wear it as an open face helmet or a full face. I am so use to waring a 1/2 helmet that I wanted a helmet that I didn't feel claustrophobic in and this helmet is awesome . Revzilla you did again. Thank You. Oct 11, 2014
James N: I wear eyeglasses. Modular is much easier than full-face to put on glasses. Hi-vis is great. Internal sunshade is very handy. Sep 28, 2014
Joshua E: This is my son's first helmet, and need high visibility and needed it to be compatible with my helmet's bluetooth system. Jun 13, 2014
Shillae A: I love modular helmets, but they don't really look cool. The Shark Evoline 3 combines the convenience of the modular helmet with the sleek look of a regular helmet. Plus, the neon yellow matches my rims. Win, win! Apr 22, 2014
Kevin W: I've been looking for a modular helmet for some time but have always been disappointed in the fact that you couldn't ride with them open.. It's also a pain to switch my bluetooth and other accessories between helmets depending on the cycle I'm riding. This helmet provides no compromise approach and allows me to adjust to cold, hot, or wet conditions without stopping. Hopefully it's a good a helmet as the other reviews give it. At the discounted price it's also a steal! Apr 10, 2014
thomas b: I chose this because I like the concept of having a modular that I can ride with it open or closed, the hi-vis is cool too. Mar 3, 2014
J G: Safety, great reputation, good value, Feb 16, 2014
Aram M: Cool versatile helmet and the last one that was on special Feb 13, 2014
Yoo Jin K: Fit, fit, fit. The most important thing for me. Feb 10, 2014
John D: This is currently the only flip up helmet rated 5 STARS by the British SHARP helmet rating system, plus it is approved for street use with the visor lacked back as well as in the closed position. Jan 28, 2014
D R: Price for the quality...shape...high vis paint scheme that matches my coat...flip chin guard and drop down smoke visor...convertible for different riding conditions... Jan 22, 2014
Antonio H: I like the option of being a full face helmet or an open face helmet. I live in California so this will be usefull for the semi-cold winters and hot summers. Was going to get the lumina, but out of stock for the med helmets. Also due to the fact of being on closeout for 30% off, otherwise would have just gone with a solid black or silver. Jan 21, 2014
Roberto C: I had a Shark before, and I think it was the best helmet I ever had. The foldable chin-bar and cool graphics. Jan 16, 2014
Leroy F: This is for my wife and I already have the Shark Evoline 2 helmet which I like. Jan 14, 2014
Jawna P: I have a Shark EVO ST 2, its been a great helmet: light (a little noisy, but you can seal out windnoise with a scarf or ??) and comfortable. the chinbar opening options are excellent. it's held up well under touring conditions.
I'm a touring rider of 25 years. I ride a BMW 1150. looking forward to the new Shark EVO 3!!!!!
Jan 6, 2014
Jason B: I liked the convertible ability and loved the graphics. Awesome fit and just love it. Dec 18, 2013
robert s: its the helmet my son asked for Dec 13, 2013
Timmy J: To go with my milspec vest... plus I am a gear fiend and like the functionality of the helmet Dec 12, 2013
Paul M: Currently have a Evoline 1 and it is time for an upgrade. Like the colors and am expecting the same great performance from the Evoline 3ST as from my older generation lid. Dec 6, 2013
David P: I purchased the Shark Evolilne 3 ST Century helmet based on Anthony's demonstration/review. Dec 6, 2013
James (Jim) N: I already have two Sharks and really like them. This HiViz at this price was just too good to pass up. Dec 2, 2013
Ron P: versatility Dec 2, 2013
JuanCristobal F: you can never have to many helmets, wait a full year for it. Nov 23, 2013
FAUSTO D: Read several good reviews about this helmet. Extremely well made to the detail. Bought one for myself and another for passenger. Decided to buy the second one upon receipt of the first. Beautiful color . Nov 21, 2013
Alec K: love the 3/4 modular design. Love the Hi-Vis Nov 16, 2013
Paul N: I like the option to have a chin bar, or not, for cold or hot or in between. I can put it up and away at any time, even while "on the road" without having parts to put away or lose. Nov 9, 2013
JN N: features, ratings, revzilla review, cost and quality - helmet is loaded with features - a little concerned about ventilation but optimistic Nov 4, 2013
James R: This helmet will give me the best of both worlds, a full face helmet for colder and windy days, and an open face helmet when the weather gets better the same day without having to carry 2 helmets around with me, also when riding from night into sunshine and sunshine into night. I also like that I can wear glasses and have flip down sunshade or just a face shield for night time riding Oct 16, 2013
Carson S: I currently have a Shark Evoline Series 2 which has been the most functional, best fitting helmet I have ever had. To be honest, this upgrade to the Evoline 3 is simply a "to me, from me" gift. Great helmets! Oct 5, 2013
Donald P: Hi Viz, Modular features, Hope the oval shape is comfy? Sep 21, 2013
bruce B: I tried one on here in Australia and really liked the fit. I ride a Black BMW R1150GS bike and I want to be seen. I like the look and the extra safety that this will give me and did note that Anthony said he had used a Shark EVOline helmet and really liked it.
Also my BMW Flip has broken in the chin guard and I am not going to pay so much again just for the name.
Can't wait to get it and go for a long ride.
Aug 11, 2013
A shopper asked: I really want the Shark Evoline 3 ST Century Hi Viz Helmet but i need it in a XXL. Will this be an option soon? Feb 16, 2014
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Matt D: I normally wear XXL... Tried on a shark helmet at a retailer and found the XL was plenty big... In few weeks pads softened a bit too... Love the helmet Feb 16, 2014
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A shopper asked: I understand there are only 2 shell sizes for this helmet. What are the size ranges for the 2 shells? Oct 30, 2013
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bruce B: Intermediate Oval
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Medium Oval
Oct 31, 2013
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A S: Not the shell shape, but the actual size. IE: XS-L and XL-XXL. Since it says comes in 2 shell sizes, I am curious which size goes with which shell size. I would like to avoid the fishbowl look. Oct 31, 2013
Allen R asked: I currently use an Arai Vector XXL full face helmet. Will this XL of this helmet work for my head shape? I thought video stated that Shark helmets are sized 1/2 size bigger. Feb 20, 2014
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David C: I don't have experience with Arai helmets, but I can say that the Evoline 3 is a bit roomier than some other brands. I measure about 59.5cm and depending on the brand I wear an L or XL. I got an XL initially, but it was too loose so I exchanged it to an L (with RevZilla's excellent exchange policy) and the L fits very comfortably. I would say it still has a bit of room around the brow, but not quite a 1/2 size. For reference, I can also wear a Shoei Neotec in L and it fits like a glove, but an HJC Sysmax in L fits tight. Feb 20, 2014
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James R: My medium Shark helmet was tight to start with but in 1-2 weeks time of regular use loosened to a comfortable fit. The first two weeks my face looked very crowded now it looks fine. I am not sure about the 1/2 size larger as that was not my experience. If you don't mind the time to try and it does not fit then you can always send it back. Hope that helps Feb 20, 2014
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David P: I ordered an Evoline 3 ST, XL size but had to return it as I couldn't even get it on when closed - never mind it being a bit tight. Returned it for a XL Shoei RF 1100 that fits fine. I've never had a stated XL-size helmet fit so small as the Evoline. Loved the helmet - too small. Feb 20, 2014
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Alfred L: Allen, Not sure if you made this purchase yet, but I bought a large and usually take an XL in Scorpion helmets and the Shark fits snug but well. You should be good. I am very happy with this helmet. Mar 6, 2014
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FAUSTO D: My previous full face helmet was a HJC size XL. I bought an evoline Size Large but it was too tight. Had to exchange for an XL. It fits fine. Nice helmet. Feb 20, 2014
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Gary R: I normally wear a xxl as well especially in the closed face helmets. It was a little tight in the cheeks at first but loosened up after a few rides. Feb 20, 2014
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Christopher H: looking at the sizing info Arai is 63-64cm and the Shark is 61-62. This helmet absolutely does not run big. I'd say it's small if anything. Feb 20, 2014
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Neil T: I had to send my first one back because the large was too small. Err on the side of getting one that's too big for you. Feb 20, 2014
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A shopper asked: Has anyone tried attaching a Sena unit to the evoline 3t helmet and how hard was it to install with the helmet padding? I have the older Sena unit where the microphone is attached to the side mount. Oct 24, 2013
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Saba S: I don't have the Sena unit but I do have the Scala G4 which is probably a similar fit. In case you don't find anyone that can give you a direct answer for Sena, as mentioned in my review for this helmet, you will have to tear the padding apart slightly to make any bluetooth unit fit because Shark padding is tightly glued to outer shell around the bottom of helmet with very little give. The G4 fit my previous Shoei RF helmet with no issues but that was because the padding was loose and easily separable. As a result I thought I was going to get more wind noise but after comparing riding before tearing the padding and afterwards I did not notice any difference in noise or any other negative effects as a result of ungluing the padding. It was not too difficult to do with a little patience and the fit is not perfect but it has been on there for over a year of riding (approx. 5k miles) through all types of weather and it is still on there with no issues. Hope this helps. Oct 24, 2013
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Leonardo M: Hi Saba S, could you tell me if your scala ride working well inside the evoline 3? I have a Q1, I want to buy an evoline 3 but I'm worried about a user's post about the noise up to 50 and 70 mph. Could you talk by phone and hear music well at high speed ? Thanks Nov 20, 2013
Ray P: It is actually very easy. You have to use the tape as there is no room to use the screw down mount. However I have had mine tapped on for several months and neither rain, heat, or wind has effected it. A friend of mine also has his tapped on and and has not had a problem.

The cables also hide really good as well. There is a little bit that show where it goes from the Sena mount and around the padding until it gets in the helmet but I have never had a problem with them and they have never gotten in the way.

Overall I am very pleased as to how well the Sena has mounted and performed on this helmet.

To line up the Sena Mount though I set mine in place as to where I want it and then move the helmet chin bar up and down to make sure that you have clearance.
Ray
Oct 24, 2013
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Carson S: I am not familiar with the Sena so cannot effectively answer this question. I use a Cardo Scala 4 which works very well with the Shark. Since I was asked to respond, I will apologize for the delayed response, Somehow the email sent from RevZilla ended up in my Spam folder which I look at to clear infrequently. Congratulations though on your purchase of the Shark Evoline 3! I just recently purchased this same helmet myself after wearing a Shark Evoline 2 for the last three years. (sort of a "to me, from me" upgrade gift!) I hope you are able to successfully resolve your Sena pairing issue. I really love my Shark Evo and hope you will too! Oct 28, 2013
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Leonardo M: Hi Carson, could you tell me if your scala ride working well inside the evoline 3? I have a Q1, I want to buy an evoline 3 but I'm worried about a user's post about the noise up to 50 and 70 mph. Could you talk by phone and hear music well at high speed ? Thanks Nov 20, 2013
Woodrow S: I have this helmet and Sena SMH-10 Bluetooth Headset fit good and was very easy to install . just had to adjust it a little for the face bar to go all the way back . the very tip of the top corner kept hit Sena SMH-10 Bluetooth Headset . now i did have to buy Universal Kit for $30.00. I also had Mother-in - law take the seam out a little one the one cheek pad and had the little mic put inside of it. help with hearing the bike and wind lot. plus i did not like the mic with the arm on it Apr 14, 2014
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PAUL L: Sorry, the com system I installed is from Scala and it was really easy an easy fit and the flexible mike is to put aside when the chin bar is up. Oct 24, 2013
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Leonardo M: Hi Paul L, could you tell me if your scala ride working well inside the evoline 3? I have a Q1, I want to buy an evoline 3 but I'm worried about a user's post about the noise up to 50 and 70 mph. Could you talk by phone and hear music well at high speed ? Thanks Nov 20, 2013
A shopper asked: Will the helmet accommodate the Harley Davidson speakers and mounting bracket? Oct 31, 2013
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Walter G: This helmet accommodate speakers, I do not know the Harley Davidson ones, but for the shark tooth speakers fit a little bit tight into the space for it. If they are not perfectly situated into the speaker space they will turn into a very annoying situation. What I recommend is maybe go a size higher on the helmet so it will give more room inside. What I should intent to do is to compare shark tooth to the Harley Davidson one to match the sizes and shape and see if they will fit inside. Hope this helps. It has been very difficult for me to find the exact spot for the speakers Oct 31, 2013
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William N: My helmet will accommodate the 2012 version of the Harley clamp-on Mic. The speakers Velcro right in as well. Unless they redesiged the Mic clamp for the new 2014 audio system, you should be fine. Oct 31, 2013
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Brian L: This question does not appear to apply to the Evoline 3 helmet Oct 31, 2013
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Anatole B: Yes it will. Oct 31, 2013
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A shopper asked: Eddie T: I normally wear a (HJC) IS-MAX, Modular helmet, size XXXL. I was wondering which size is equivalent to what currently have? Oct 20, 2014
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Christopher H: I wore an HJC XXL and this hemlet in XL was too small. This is not a helmet for a big head. I lost weight and my hjc xxl was too large but this helmet now fits perfect. Oct 20, 2014
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ed p: .I switched to a small I did change the cheek pads having rode a while I found I was more comfy with a snugger fit for easier to open the face shield under way Oct 20, 2014
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Edward O: I went from an HJC CL15 in med to med Evoline. Size was comparable, best thing to do is try one on. Oct 20, 2014
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A shopper asked: Are there any other colors available for the sunshade? I find amber/yellow/brown tones are the best for my eyes... Oct 13, 2014
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Joseph W: They also have mirrored face shield. I added this to my hi visit shark helmet and really liked the look. With or without the chin bar it looks cool! With the chin bar back helmet really kinda looks like a fighter pilots helment! The look is only exceeded by its versatility. You have the ability to use internal shade (that fits nicely over prescription glasses) coupled with mirrored face shield for bright glaring sunshine or if not as bright the mirrored shield provides a great tint for overcast conditions! There seems to be little or no distortion with the mirrored shield and I have not noticed any adverse effects night riding!!! Hope this helps!!!-lil'joe Oct 20, 2014
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James N: This question really should have been answered by Revzilla. They would know better than I, what is available. That being said, I can only find (internet searches) light and dark smoke variations for the internal sun shade, and those I found AT Revzilla.

Personally, I would LOVE a neutral gray, true Polarized sun shade.
Oct 19, 2014
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David P: Don't know, never saw a need to check on it. Oct 20, 2014
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A shopper asked: Does the Evoline 3 have pockets around the ears to install a Headset for Radio or CB. Sep 25, 2012
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RevZilla: The Evoline 3 ST was designed to work with Bluetooth/headset systems. In fact, the Shark Sharktooth Bluetooth Kit is a direct fit into the Evoline 3 ST helmet and this system does use speakers. There is a cut out that can be removed from the inside of the helmet, giving the user more space to work with when installing the Bluetooth kit. To see an example of this, please view the Evoline 3 ST video review that we have posted on our YouTube Channel, RevZillaTV. Anthony will demonstrate what this cutout looks like at the 6 minute and 15 second mark in the video. Sep 25, 2012
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Ray P: I have the speakers from my Sena headset in the cutouts and they work great. I just use the velcro mounts that came with them and have never had a problem. Even on some of my 8 hour ride, no issues. Oct 24, 2013
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BuffaloTW: It has ear cut-outs for the "Shark-tooth" bluetooth headsets. Not sure if they would fit other brands, but they are there. Hope that helps. Oct 2, 2012
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A shopper asked: I currently wear a Arai Vector XXL helmet and it's very comfortable. Do you think the XL version of this helmet work for me? Feb 20, 2014
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James N: Try this series of web pages. They list many helmets by head shape comparison. Revzilla customer service is pretty good at this, too.

Look up
webbikeworld and follow links until you get to motorcycle helmet shapes I can't post a true link here.
Feb 20, 2014
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A shopper asked: Your out of most sizes of the Century Hi-Viz helmets. When do you expect to receive more of the larger sizes? Anytime soon? Jun 2, 2014
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Adult Helmet

Size Measurement (cm)
XS 53-54
SM 55-56
MD 57-58
LG 59-60
XL 61-62

Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.

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Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black/Hi Viz Yellow / LG 836001 HE9242DKYWL Out of Stock
Black/Hi Viz Yellow / MD 836000 HE9242DKYWM Out of Stock
Black/Hi Viz Yellow / SM 835999 HE9242DKYWS Out of Stock
Black/Hi Viz Yellow / XL 836002 HE9242DKYWXL Out of Stock
Black/Hi Viz Yellow / XS 835998 HE9242DKYWXS In Stock: Ships next business day