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Shark Evoline 3 ST Hakka 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
  • DOT approved
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Shark Evoline 3 ST Hakka Helmet 4.3 5 268 268
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
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
Great concept with a few issues Love the concept of this helmet as a year round versatile product. It is a little heavy and larger than some helmets. Doesn't bother me, but the same helmet on my wife is more awkward. She also has some issues with her glasses fitting inside the pads and we have already downsized the pads (FYI- Shark does offer smaller pads and in order to do this you actually go the opposite direction of your helmet size. Theory is that the bigger your head (or pads that are too big, need more space and therefore a M would order pads for an XL as an example). The versatility of being able to put the full face away by simply bringing it back over the helmet is brilliant. I usually ride with the open face but anyone else's helmet trying to do the same thing looks like a C-5 Cargo plane and shouldn't be ridden that way. The main gripe I have about this helmet is the air vent on my forehead has stitching that feels like little pins getting stuck in my head and occasionally gives me a headache. I have taken to wetting a paper towel to cover the vent but hey, this is a $500 helmet so it should be putting a compress on me! September 2, 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
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
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
Tea Kettle Whistle I liked this helmet for the style and the full or open to 3/4 option. The smoked internal visor is great and the correct size. Unfortunately there is a tea kettle type of whistle from the right side in the visor/ chin guard track area, I exchanged the helmet for another (the same model and size) and had the same thing happen. I then tried my friends Moovit helmet and it has the same kind of noise, There is some kind of design flaw in the track of the visor that allows this whistle noise. I'm disappointed with the product but Revzilla was great. July 28, 2014
it has all the features I was looking fo I like my helmet it has all the features I was looking for. It eliminates me having to carrying two helmets . July 25, 2014
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Shark Evoline 3 ST Hakka Helmet
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Marcelo F: Functionality
Quality
Comfort
Brand reputation
Sep 21, 2014
Alessandro P: This is my second Shark Evoline Helmet I have purchased. The first was the Evoline 2 ST which I have enjoyed the past 4 + years. The versatility of this helmet is why I have chosen it again. Sep 16, 2014
M B: Bought this helmet as a replacement for an Evoline series 2 helmet.I am looking forward to the new improvements to the flip up mechanism as well. Sep 15, 2014
Christopher L: Replaced this with a HJC FG-17 because one of the locking pins on the jaw no longer closes. This is my second modular helmet, and I will not be buying modular again. Jul 21, 2014
Ken K: I love this helmet. I had an Evoline 2 that was damaged in an accident where I was rear ended and thrown off the bike. The helmet did it's job and was damaged in the process. I never had a doubt that I would replace it with another Shark Evoline helmet. Expensive, yes..worth every penny..absolutely! Plus the versatility of going open helmet to full face is unsurpassed.

After my accident, two of my riding buddies was impressed with the quality of the helmet and also bought the Shark Evoline.
Jul 2, 2014
Jerry M: I do quite a bit of riding all year long; the modular design will help during hot and cold weather with only one helmet. The fact that the chin bar pivots all the way back tucking into the helmet is a major plus. Not to mention the reviews the helmet got seem point to a good product that is comfortable.
Have been using the helmet for about a month now in the Texas heat, and it is working quite well keeping me cooler than a full face helmet.
Jun 21, 2014
Tim S: I love the Shark Helmets. This will be my 2ed one. The first lasted 5 years and it's was time for a replacement. I like the white black red color combo over my old helmet that was solid black. Jun 18, 2014
John V: Love the Shark helmets, very versatile, comfortable on a long ride or just around town as a three quarter helmet. May 2, 2014
Rafael Z: I like the ability to have a built in sun visor and open face helmet for when it gets hot. However since then my visor thing broke. Apr 11, 2014
isaac w: style, chinbar design, and style. robocop. Mar 31, 2014
John D: I like the evoline design, form and versatility. Mar 27, 2014
Gregg A: All the functionality, design and price. The Shark helmet is great for me and also provides a better fit for round shaped heads. I live my helmet and hope it never has to save me. Mar 17, 2014
MITCHELL Z: I like the option of riding with a full face or 3/4. Feb 2, 2014
F A: Modular option is perfect for my needs. Jan 15, 2014
Joshua R: I really like modular helmets, and I especially like the feature on this one where the chin guard goes all the way to the back allowing for the option to ride with an open face helmet. Nov 15, 2013
gary s asked: Has anyone used this helmet with a Harley communications headset attached? Is it easy to add to the helmet? Jun 25, 2014
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Anthony T: Gary S, I have a 14 Street Glide with the BOOM infotainment system, was wondering the same thing. Did it work for you? Aug 7, 2014
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gary s: Yes, it works. The headset from Harley fits. I had one issue with the neck piece of the helmet. The metal spring same thru the material. But I've found that I like not even having that part on the helmet. Aug 8, 2014
gary s: I was re-reading the reviews and someone mentioned that they have used the HD communications set with this helmet. Jun 25, 2014
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D Ashley W: I've not used the specific Harley headset in the Shark Evoling 3 ST Hakka helmet, however I do use a JM wired headset for my Harley Ultra in a Shark Evoline 1 ST and it works very well. I did purchase a Shark Evoline 3 ST to use the SENA bluetooth headset and it works well also when paired to my Zumo 550 used on a BMW GSA 1200. It was easy to install and being familiar with the Harley headset, it should install easily as well. The Shark Evoline 3 has removable earcup pads where the speakers should fit and the microphone from the headset should be able to be shaped to fit inside the chin bar just fine. The padded helmet insert comes out easily if needed and the wires can be run easily with the pad then reinserted. Good luck with your choice. Jun 25, 2014
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William S: Not a HD headset but a Sena. Sold my HD & now ride a SpYder. I had no problem installing system into the Shark Evoline 3. I really like the Shark and recently purchased one for my wife. Jun 25, 2014
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Robert T: Gary,
I got the Sharktooth gear and it was easy to install but I still needed to remove some styrofoam to keep the speakers from pushing on my ears.
Jun 25, 2014
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gary s: I have a 14 Limited and the new Boom infotainment system will connect to a cell phone over Bluetooth but a wired connection is the only supported way to connect a headset to Boom. I don't like having the headset in all the time so I install when going on long trips and remove it for around town driving. I need to know if anyone has had luck with the HD headset before buying this helmet. Jun 25, 2014
Michael C asked: What kind of chin strap/buckle does this helmet have? Jun 16, 2014
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James A: Not sure how to answer..a normal style chin strap. The belt style that goes through two loops and back over & under to tighten. There is a belt loop that catches the excess strap, not a snap. There is also soft padding that starts the straps till under the sides of the mandible..really comfortable helmet though & I enjoy riding with it with both styles! I'm 6 ft, 235#, got the XL since L was a little snug at the cheeks. Jun 17, 2014
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PAUL B: It uses two metal D rings that you thread the strap through. It has a red "ribbon" wrapped around one D ring to help separate the rings when strapping it on. This is common on many helmets. Jun 16, 2014
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Chris H: This has the traditional D loops but it has a small clip on the end of the strap so it doesn't flap. It seems to work well. No problems with it. Jun 19, 2014
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joel H: just a D -ring strap mate . I love the helmet but it has had some things go wrong with it . Jun 16, 2014
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George W: A pair of D-rings. Jun 16, 2014
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WILLIAM H: Double "D" ring Jun 16, 2014
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Steve M: Double D ring. Jun 16, 2014
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A shopper asked: Where do I measure my head to arrive at the proper size helmet? Nov 19, 2013
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James A: Well, I am not sure about your question since I am not the manufacturer. I can tell you about myself & which I purchased. I am 38 yo, male, 6', 240#, with a head circumference of 23" measuring around forehead and just above the ears. I purchased the large Shark Evoline 3 ST Hakka & it was too tight for my head, especially pinching in at my cheeks. I gave it to my girlfriend who is 5'8", 160# with head circumference 22 3/8" & no pinching on her cheeks. I then purchased the extra large helmet & it fits perfectly for me, which is snug but with NO pinching. I hope this helps...we LOVE our helmets!!! Nov 23, 2013
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Ignacio P: This helmet is a very tricky helmet to fit properly. I bought a large size and fitted me perfectly well except on the forehead. The air duct on the top front has a fabric that is to thick and pressures your forehead causing you a redness on your skin and sometimes big head aches. I returned the helmet and exchanged it for an XL. It doesn't fit me well. It is a little bit big for me. So I had to buy thicker chick pads. It fits better now but it's still to big. Nov 21, 2013
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phillip t: Go to the Revzilla link I have placed below. If it does not work; go to Revzilla online, click on helmets. A scrolling page will start and wait for the "helmet buying guide." Then choose "how to fit a helmet" and open the video for a full description.

http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle-helmet-guide#helmet-fit
Nov 22, 2013
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William S: I measured exactly as the revzilla website states - like an inch above your eyebrows to the back of your head. I'm very satisfied with the helmet. It is a little wide on the outside but I can't see it without a mirror! Nov 21, 2013
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Norbert B: Go to Shark Helmets on your search engine They talk all about the helmet also revzilla has videos on the helmet Nov 21, 2013
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Gregg A: Forehead and circumference around back of head. Like a head band around your head. Nov 21, 2013
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Robert P asked: Does the helmet say ECE2205 on it? Mar 17, 2014
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James A: Yes..there is on the back of the helmet. Very comfortable helmet in all configurations..runs a little small though. Good luck. Mar 17, 2014
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Chris H: No it says DOT FMVSS 218 only Mar 18, 2014
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Christopher P: Yes. Mar 24, 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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