Certain option combinations (sizes, colors, fitments, etc.) are more expensive than others.
In this case the option is more expensive than the base price,
so a price adjustment of has been added to Your Price.
Best of both worlds…
If you want the flexibility of wearing a jet helmet in place of a flip-up…this works well. I went from Schuberth to the Shark Evoline for that reason and, overall, I'm happy I did.
The mechanism for the mandible is a bit more cumbersome than a flip-up but easy enough. Though slightly heavier than the Schuberth, the weight is not noticeable when riding.
I find the helmet to be comfortable (now that a 'hot spot' on my forehead seems to be working its way through). There also seems to be better peripheral visibility with the Shark as the shield wraps to the sides of the helmet a bit deeper than the Schuberth.
The one nit I have is airflow within the helmet…there's a lot of it and being a year-round rider, there are cold spots. Also, I've experienced moisture seeping between the shield and its contact point on the helmet when it rains. This area needs to be lubed periodically and I'll see what happens next time.
All in all, I do like the Evoline styling and functionality and I'd recommend.
March 17, 2014
Can't go wrong, Full + Half, fully functional in one Helmet!!!
February 7, 2014
Well made Helmet
I purchased this helmet since I like to ride open face but, at the same time, be able to shape it into a full face in cold weather, hi speed or rainy days. So far, very comfortable, a little tight on the cheeks but true to the size. Installed a Sena SMH10R on it and it also work flawlessly with it. Very happy with my Evo3!
December 16, 2013
I went on a 100 plus mile cruse yesterday, Nov. 10, and the helmet was exactly what I wanted. Full face, open face, it has it all. By the way, Nov. 10 and it was near 80 degrees in Los Angeles. Great scootin weather.
November 11, 2013
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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
A shopper asked:Where do I measure my head to arrive at the proper size helmet?Nov 19, 2013
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
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
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.
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
A shopper asked:hi, i wanted to know why there are 2 prices for the evoline 3? there are few modles that cost around 450$ and others around 320$ (approximatly). are there differences between the models or jus different painting? TNKS!Mar 21, 2014