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Shark Evoline 3 ST Hakka Helmet
  • Shark Evoline 3 ST Hakka Helmet - White/Black/Red
  • Shark Evoline 3 ST Hakka Helmet - White/Black/Red
  • Shark Evoline 3 ST Hakka Helmet - White/Black/Red

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The Shark Evoline 3 ST breaks new ground, picking up where previous Evoline helmets have left off and continuing to lead the way in modular helmet design. Shark's innovative Auto-Up system allows riders to rotate the chinbar of the Evoline 3 ST completely around to the back of the helmet and lock it in place, transforming from full face helmet to DOT/ECE 22.05 approved open-face helmet in just seconds.

An integrated drop-down internal sun visor, Sharktooth integration and Shark's Easy Fit system for eyeglasses just add to the Evoline 3 ST's already stellar reputation for being a bear in the modular helmet market.  Great for long distance riding, inner city commuting and anything in between, the Shark Evoline 3 ST offers riders an unrivaled level of comfort, protection and freedom.

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.


  • 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 4.4 5 326 326
2 in 1 I love this helmet because of the 2 in 1! Open in town, then just flip it closed when you hit the highway. It is very beautiful as well as functional. Extremely comfortable, but does look a little big. All of the materials look and feel high quality. Love it! August 10, 2015
Nice Helmet I wear an XL and bought the XL and it's a tight fit. I bought a comm unit to go with the helmet but it is extremely uncomfortable on the ears, very tight, and location placement inside the helmet is way to high above the ear opening. I may need to go with ear buds. Other than that it is a nice helmet. September 9, 2015
Great helmet Love the versatility, a modular that I can use as true half helmet August 25, 2015
The one; the ONLY I usually don't write reviews but this helmet is worth taking the time. The first thing is that this is the *only* helmet of it's kind as far as I can tell. I searched long and hard and this was all I saw. It is more of an transformer (Autobots rolls out!) than a "modular" but either way nothing compares. The unique qualities make it kind of exotic really. I love being able to basically have one helmet to cover me in situations where I would normally have 3-4 helmets. In fact I no longer need 3 of the helmets that I own thanks to the Hakka. The design is nice. Not too flashy and the white keeps you that much cooler on a hot day. That touch of red is pretty sexy too. The lines are great and even just the shape is sexy when you look at it. The helmet isn't as heavy as my full face HJC so add another point there I suppose. The clear face shield with the smoke visor separate is excellent! You can use them in whichever way you want depending on your needs. The chin bar is way more solid than you could ever imagine/want. It literally has locking lugs to it. When you open the helmet and flip it back it is so light and easy you can do it while riding and when you bring that bad boy down you push back on the chin bar and hear a *click* and know it is secure on BOTH sides. When you do flip it up and you have clear visor down it is definitely great to have the one movement/motion and you get it right out of the way. Do keep in mind that if you bring the chin up and then back down you want that clear visor in the UP position. It won't break it but you'll get a nasty oil/film from the rubber gasket on the top 1/4" of the visor for sure. I guess with enough stupidity/force you could cause real damage. TL;DR: Don't have the visor down when you bring the chin-bar down. Now you have a full face helmet, a 3/4 helmet, and then both of those with a clear visor and a sunshade smoke visor which quite honestly is *dark* and awesome! I have a couple that aren't as dark and believe me this one is the best I have seen. Also it covers your peripheral with shade which is AWESOME! Can not tell you how aggravating it is to have 80% or less coverage on the sides. This drops low and is definitely covering you from any side-sun-blindness as well! Best sunshade I have ever had. Also more than enough room if you wear glasses like I do. I spent the weekend riding in 90 degree humid heat and the helmet handled it. In fact I could close the visor and still have plenty of airflow and not get overheated. It doesn't look like much but the venting definitely does the job. I have a commute of about 60 miles and then a joyriding habit on the weekends that can take me much further. Speeds ranging from curvy back-road 20's to interstate 90's and everything in between. I have seen some people mention noise with modular helms. My experience with full face helmets is all I have to compare this to. Both of the ones I have (HJC & Arai) are just as loud as the Hakka if not louder with the HJC. For the Arai I would actually call it a tie. I have seen/heard some people saying noise is an issue still and I did notice that with the chin bar up, and the clear visor up as well you do get a good amount of wind noise at higher speed. Know what makes it dead silent? Put the clear visor down. Easy solution to me. I would give it 9/10 on noise level. Especially the silence at high speeds with full-face mode engaged and visor down. Serenity now! Another thing that is definitely worth mentioning is the anti-fog ACTUALLY WORKS! When I say "works" I mean like professional pro-grade-epic-victory works! I didn't get even a hint of fog up at all. Temp changes, rain drops, breathing heavily, coughing, even *purposely* trying to make it fog ... all of that not even a tiny bit. Let's talk about sizes! Pay attention to the size of your noggin. I have had a bunch of helmets and the sizes always vary but the Shark is the only one I have worn that truly sticks to their numbers. If you measure your head and you are above the XL do not bother even trying. My dome is exactly 24" and they said 24-24.4". Gotta be honest here: When I got it the first day it was so tight I thought my head was going to cave in. I had to double check the tag and make sure it was the right size. I actually called RevZilla and was going to send it back when the guy suggested trying to sit on the couch for about 30 mins and see what happens. I'm not sure if any of you know exactly how ridiculous a large bearded man looks while sitting on a couch for hours on end with a full / 3/4 helm on watching Game of Thrones and playing XBox is but I assure you ... it is 100% ridiculous looking and 100% worth it. About 20 minutes in I felt better. After a couple of days this thing is 100% broken in. The absolute perfect fit for me. The padding is amazingly tight at first but also very VERY molding when worn. After more than a few weeks there is nothing that I do not love about this helmet. Everyone who sees it loves it and I am pretty sure this is the best helmet I have ever had the pleasure of owning. Review TL;DR: This helmet is awesome and you should buy it and thank me later. July 6, 2015
Cool functions Been riding with this helmet for a few weeks and love it so far. The fit is as described, true to size chart. The option of 3/4 or full-face is more than a gimmick. It is convenient and easy to switch. Airflow and noise are acceptable so far. Been in the mid 80's and hasn't been too hot. Looks more round/bobble-headlike than some other full face options but whatever. August 16, 2015
Shark does it again !!!! Shark does it again with a great helmet. I had the first Evoline it was great helmet. But the new one it just absolutely awesome. The new designed sun shield actually comes down to the bridge of your nose . No more stopping in the middle of your eye line. The comfort and are just as wonderful. The fully rotating chin bar is great. The weather turns or you hit the interstate, flip it around for a full helmet to seal out all the weather and noise. I could go on and on about this helmet but the bottom line is guys and girls, if you are looking to buy it do it you wont be disappointed. August 12, 2015
Excellent performance with chin bar down or up I just finished 1300 miles in two days, 800 on the second day, and the comfort level was excellent all day. During the hotter part of the day, with the chin bar up and the face shield and sun visor down, I had no excessive noise and good air flow. It provided excellent weather and wind protection with the chin bar down. Beware the fit: I measured and was 2 cm smaller than the lower end of the range for a large, but I had to send it back to get an extra large helmet. Revzilla was great and fast with the exchange. The only down side was they sent the new helmet without the removable micro pads that allow you to get glasses on easily. I expect I will order the newer pads, because it was difficult to get sun glasses on with the older style pads. August 11, 2015
Not as durable as should be I have used this helmet for some three years and it has been excellent except now the face shield sticks. It is very hard to push up. I cleaned the track and lubed it but very quickly it sticks so hard that it is very difficult to open. June 30, 2015
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Shark Evoline 3 ST Hakka Helmet
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Paul A: I have worn a first generation Evoline Helmet and enjoy its versatility for long distance rides in different climates! Jun 22, 2015
Ray S: I have a Series 2 Shark Helmet and it is time to update. May 19, 2015
Nageshwar P: The design is simply superb. You have flexibility to go 3/4 in city and full on freeway. May 18, 2015
MARCO D: This is the only helmet that face mask can go all the way back in order to be converted in open face. Besides the color matches with my BMW 650. May 13, 2015
Shirley D: I like the features and quality of this helmet May 9, 2015
Darrin M: This is a top of the line helment which has functions that other don't have. Hope I got the right size. Apr 19, 2015
Robert G: I ride with the Shark Evoline 2 and like its functionality, fit, and appearance. I mounted a boom mike and ear phones and a manufacture's specific audio cord into the Shark and it was EASY to do it! The visors work well and I like the modular ability of this helmet so I am buying it again for a new motorcycle. Apr 16, 2015
jason v: I like the ability to use it as a full face or 3/4 face. I also like the way it looks. Apr 7, 2015
Ralph C: style and color of the helmet Mar 19, 2015
Michael C: I really like the ability to go full face and put the lower face protection part all the way back for better aerodynamics. And once the clear visor is down when you have it set to full modular, the noise level is really low. You notice it instantly when trying to listen to stereo speakers on fairing so i usually have to lift the visor one click when i really want to hear something clearly. Nov 9, 2014
Marcelo F: Functionality
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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
A shopper asked: Is this helmet equipped with double D strap or ratchet system? Nov 2, 2014
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Andrew B: Double D rings.
My wife bought an aftermarket clip for hers but I have not yet.
Love this helmet overall and wish it was a different strap, but that is not a major drawback to me.
Nov 3, 2014
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D Ashley W: Double D strap. I find my strap being a bit shorter than what I have on other helmets. Totally useable, but very little left after running it through the D rings and cinching it up. Nov 3, 2014
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James A: i am not familiar with your question. I believe it's the double D system. The strap has the two rings for fastening. Nov 3, 2014
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Gregg A: It has the strap that loops through the double buckle, but easily swapped for a chin strap that snaps. Nov 3, 2014
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Norbert B: It has a Double D strap. Nov 3, 2014
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William S: Double D Nov 3, 2014
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Peter H: Double d Nov 3, 2014
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A shopper asked: Strap is double d or ratchet system? Nov 2, 2014
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Shawn V: Double d ring secures the chin strap. Nov 2, 2014
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Selim T: Evoline 2 series, I met 3 years ago. Last year I bought the 3 series. I use summer and winter made ??me very glad habits. I can not use my other helmet Schubert concept. I use our country-city and different country good solution.
?stanbul, TURKEY
Nov 3, 2014
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clint b: Double ....I got a quick latch to add on to it Nov 3, 2014
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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.
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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A shopper asked: Is the black on the Hakka helmet glossy or matte? Jun 4, 2015
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Gerald B: Glossy. The whe helmet is glossy, the and red also. Jun 4, 2015
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Alexandre P: Glossy, but not tooooo glossy, Jun 5, 2015
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Jason P: Hakka is a glossy finish. Jun 5, 2015
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A S: It is gloss for sure. Jun 5, 2015
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Tim S: Glossy Jun 5, 2015
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A S asked: Is the black on the Hakka helmet glossy or matte? Jun 4, 2015
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Matt W: It's definitely a glossy finish for both the black and the white. It looks quite good, in my opinion. Jun 4, 2015
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Chris H: I sent mine back but the black is glossy. Jun 5, 2015
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A S: Thank you to everyone who replied. Much appreciated!


May I ask why you sent it back? Jun 5, 2015
Jesus R: it is glossy. Jun 4, 2015
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Gregory O: Glossy Jun 5, 2015
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alan b: glossy Jun 4, 2015
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A shopper asked: Does anyone wear glasses with this helmet? Will the visor get in the way? Mar 20, 2015
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Gregg A: Great question. Yes, Inwear glasses and let's put it this way...they better be straight and relatively thin arms on glasses and flexible, cause the tightness of the padding really does not permit common and trendy eye glass wear. I've had soars around ears for being stubborn and trying to wear my glasses while riding.

I finally gave in and of summer and got contact lenses only for the purposes of riding my motorcycle. I did however buy motorcycle sunglasses that to fit comfortably. I've never had a problem with the sunvisor hitting my glasses while riding. That is actually one of the biggest benefits of this helmet is that the sunvisor comes down far enough and yet does not. Interfere with your nose or classes of any type. Good luck. I still like my helmet.
Mar 20, 2015
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Peter H: No problem wearing glasses with either visor (sun or clear).

Occasionaly I have to reposition the helmet so the sun visor's lower edge doesn't touch the tip of my nose, but that happens rarely. I just grab the chin bar and move the helmet slightly to correct the fit.
Mar 20, 2015
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George M: I precisely bought this helmet because I wear glasses, I tried it on at a motorcycle expo and liked it a lot because of those little removable pads to help the people that wear glasses.
The visor does not get in the way at all.
Mar 20, 2015
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Shawn V: The sunshade will get in the way of glasses, it is close to your face and rests on the tip of your nose when it is down. The clear visor will not be in the way. Mar 20, 2015
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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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A shopper asked: Is the black on the Hakka helmet glossy or matte? Jun 4, 2015
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Dustin G: It is a gloss finish. Jun 9, 2015
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Shawn V: Glossy Jun 4, 2015
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Eric W asked: Does anyone wear glasses with this helmet? Will the visor get in the way? Mar 20, 2015
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Gerald B: I do wear glasses, and have no problems with the sun visor. Apr 28, 2015
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Jose G asked: Sorry I tried to email this but your cs"at" doesn't seem to work. My question is this helmet going to be available in large anytime soon?

Jose G.
Jun 11, 2015
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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
White/Black/Red / LG 836006 HE9252DWKRL/ Out of Stock
White/Black/Red / MD 836005 HE9252DWKRM/ Out of Stock
White/Black/Red / SM 836004 HE9252DWKRS/ Out of Stock
White/Black/Red / XL 836007 HE9252DWKRXL/ In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
White/Black/Red / XS 836003 HE9252DWKRXS/ Out of Stock