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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
  • ECE 2205 approved with chinbar in both open and closed position
  • ECE 2205 and DOT approved
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Shark Evoline 3 ST Hakka Helmet 4.5 5 57 57
Good fit, true to size. Sun visor could be a bit close for those with a larger nose. Very happy with this helmet. April 7, 2014
I love the 3/4 helmet option for town riding! Hakka graphics are sick! Great helmet overall! Fit is a bit small. I max out the XL helmet. Could use a XXL. Love the features. February 19, 2014
Excellent features and the best proved protection. This helmet has the best feature in the market for modular helmets, drive with open face in a hot weather is the best, also you don't have to take off the helmet to talk with someone. The most important thing to say about Evoline 3 is it has one of the best reviews in a security helmets tests, from an independent company (sharp.direct.gov.uk). The bad thing, for me, is the air flow is not enough when you are using balaclava, and the matte finish in white is so easy to become dirty. February 6, 2014
Top Heavy I really like this helmet although slightly dissapointed with fit, noise level and durability. Within a week a side panel had broken off and the ear padding on one side had fallen out. Its so loud I had to buy ear plugs and a bit too tight although this is getting better with wear. I really enjoy the style of it and its ease of use from full face to open face. Its great in Summer at low speed. January 28, 2014
Helmet is great and very versatile. Good fit. I love the adaptable ability of this helmet. A bit heavy. I got the matching sharktooth Bluetooth as well and disappointed with the volume of it. Other than that I have really enjoyed this helmet. January 27, 2014
Nice Helmet Best helmet I ever had!!! Is all you need on your next trip. December 30, 2013
Excelente produto, pois é considerado um dos melhores capacetes. Moro na cidade de São Paulo, Brasil. Fiquei contente em ter comprado o Capacete Shark Evoline 3, pois tinha lido muitas coisas boas deste produto. Outra coisa que me deixou contente, é que o que a Revzilla prometeu, foi cumprido em tempo de compra até a entrega. Eu recomendo, e vou fazer mais compras na Revzilla. December 12, 2013
Great Helmet This is my second ST 3, love the option to ride FF or 3/4, and the sun visor is actually large enough to be functional. December 9, 2013
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Shark Evoline 3 ST Hakka Helmet
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
WILLIAM T: versatility Mar 4, 2014
Andrew K: Because the chin piece folds all the way back to allow riding with it open and price Mar 1, 2014
Geraldine S: Went cycle helmet shopping. I've never worn a full face or modular helmet in the past, however now that I'm riding solo I knew it was a good idea. I tried on 20or more helmets and this helmet was amazing! The cheapest I have seen this was 440.00. I can't believe the price on revzilla. The fit and feel of this helmet actually has me looking forward to wearing a full face helmet. Jan 11, 2014
Max P: Good price Jan 10, 2014
Andrew B: Bought the Gloss version for my wife and she loves it. Would have gotten the same one but with the 30% off right now I couldn't resist. Jan 7, 2014
Chris C: great price Jan 2, 2014
tainan q: The weather is always very Hot in Brazil been able to breath is essential. Dec 6, 2013
Robert H: A great product with the latest features at the best price. Nov 13, 2013
Rafael Z: I like the idea of having the versatility of an open face helmet and a full face helmet. I have been interested in modulars for a while but never found one that I liked. The sun visor is a great plus. Nov 2, 2013
Dennis R: Fully modular, 25% off, sweet color scheme...win Oct 31, 2013
PAUL B: I have the evo 2 and it is great in hot Florida. Like the hakka style and want to try the new shape and weight. Oct 12, 2013
Mark O: I liked all the features of these Shark Evoline 3 helmets, especially the lock-back chin guard and drop-down sun visor. Oct 10, 2013
edson f: because your security! Oct 7, 2013
Steven C: I was looking for a helmet with a flip down sun visor. Oct 4, 2013
Alejandro S: Amazing design and functionality. Great reviews. Sep 21, 2013
clint b: first I am replacing my evoline 2 after the accident - luv the helmet
second i picked hakka because solid titanium and silver metal were out of stock.
Sep 11, 2013
N E: I wanted a modular Helmet. This is the only one with the ability to flip it all the way back. It also matches my K1600 GT colors. I also like the graphics and it got great reviews. Aug 27, 2013
Khaled A: Innovation and light helmet Aug 26, 2013
Paul H: The ability to be open faced and closed without changing pieces of equipment. I also understand that Shark is a quality product (have not had a Shark helmet before) plus good reviews on this product. Aug 14, 2013
John H: Looking for a step up from my HJC and like the fact that the chin bar can be used front or back. Aug 11, 2013
A shopper asked: Sizing, my head measured closed to 23" (58.42 cm), I wear L size with Scorpion helmet. What size do you recommend? Aug 8, 2013
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Thomas D: I have found that the sizes run pretty true. I normally wear a M and ordered the M Shark Evoline and it fit perfect.

If you have any doubts, call the Revzilla customer service number - they helped me and I am totally satisfied with the purchase and fit!
Aug 9, 2013
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Christopher P: My wife has a scorpion and shark evoline 3 and says they fit about the same. She says the shark might be a bit snugger compared to the scorpion probably because her scorpion is a 3/4. I notice my shark fit tighter than expected but had long hair when I first got it. Wasn't much extra room for my pony tail. The helmet does have quite a bit of wind noise. I know that wasn't your question but it is louder than I thought a helmet at this price would have. Aug 12, 2013
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James A: Sorry for my delayed response..I measure a 23" head circumference as well..I purchased a large & felt it was too tight in the cheeks, actually pushing them toward my nose..guess it was a good thing I needed two, so my girlfriend got that one & I got the extra large..this one fits perfect for me..of course I'm bald, it fits snug putting it on but not pressing on my cheeks...love the helmet! Aug 10, 2013
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Gideon F: +hi, First its the best helmet that I ever had, and I ride daily performing escort duties. In addition I do ride for over 50 years. Sizing is really difficult decision unless you try it, but my guess is Large.

Good luck
Aug 9, 2013
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Norbert B: I had ordered a Large my head measures 24" had to return to get the X Large fit a little tight at first now after break in fit good, really like this helmet. Good luck Revzilla is good to work with ! Aug 8, 2013
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Robine R: My head measurement is 23 1/4. I ordered a large, but after about an hour it really started to hurt my forehead. I ended up ordering an XL and I am very happy with it now. Aug 8, 2013
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Gregg A: I am almost exactly the same with more round shape head. Revzilla recommended a Large and it was a bit snug, but is appropriate now after about 1 week of breaking in. Aug 8, 2013
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Steve M: Large should work. I did have a little pressure on my forehead due to the shape of my head, but after wearing it a few weeks it broke in nicely. Aug 11, 2013
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Ernest R: Hi, my head measures almost 23ins. I ordered a large and had to return it for a xlarge, which is great, it is a awesome helmet. Good luck. Aug 8, 2013
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Mark A: I measure around 23 inches as well and wear an XL. Aug 8, 2013
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A shopper asked: This helmet comes with "Shark Lub" which it says should be applied regularly - how often is regularly? Once a week? Once a month? Every 1000 miles? Sep 13, 2013
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donnie d: You will know when you have let it go to long without lube, or at least I did. The shield will not want to shut all the way withough extra force and when you investigate why you will see that a lot of friction between the shield and the top seal is the culprit. The shield is "grabbing" the rubber seal. Once lubed it's smooth again. Sep 19, 2013
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Greg S: I have a Shark EVO 2 and 3. I apply it every 6 months unless i forget and have had no issues. My Evo 2 is over a year old and has 10K on it. I think it will depend on how you store the helmet as well. Also, if you apply too much, it will get on the visor, so do not use a lot! Sep 13, 2013
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Richard L: I apply it a couple of time over the riding season. My shield gets a fare number of cyclings over the course of each individual ride. A once every six weeks clean and lube keeps the seals, sliding hinges and locks in good working order. Great helmet. Sep 13, 2013
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Gideon F: I am using the helmet daily for close to a year and never applied the lub.

Helmet performs fine
Sep 13, 2013
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John H: Not sure, I have not applied any yet. Sep 13, 2013
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A shopper asked: This helmet comes with "Shark Lub" which it says should be applied regularly - how often is regularly? Once a week? Once a month? Every 1000 miles? Sep 13, 2013
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ANDRES C: If you want to ensure a proper seal on the visor gasket you need to apply it frequently to insure a smooth and watertight seal. the weather and climate affects the dryness of the rubber. Oct 8, 2013
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Christopher P: I've had the helmet over a year and never used it. Forgot all about it actually. The instructions that come with the helmet does say where to apply the it and how often as well if memory serves me correctly. Sep 20, 2013
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Steven C asked: This helmet comes with "Shark Lub" which it says should be applied regularly - how often is regularly? Once a week? Once a month? Every 1000 miles? Sep 13, 2013
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phillip t: Steven C.; I would say every week to two weeks depending on your climate and if you move the face shield a lot. If you are in a dry climate then once a week. My once a month was not enough and the small rubber gasket at the top edge of the helmet was destroyed; in my opinion it needs improvement.

Rain hint: make certain that when riding in rain you have the chin bar FULLY clicked down and clicked into position or the face shield will allow rain to drip down your face from the top. This is also where the lube maintains the very small rubber gasket! Good luck.
Sep 13, 2013
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William S: Oops, I know it came with some lube but after 6,000 plus miles putting helmet on & off hundreds & hundreds of times using as a full face helmet I have never used the lube. I have found when putting the chin guard down I hit the vin guard area with my palm to lock it in place. Hope this helps answer your question . Sep 13, 2013
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Gregg A: Interesting. I never really noticed not paid any attention to this. Have ridin 3,500 miles since I bought the helmet. Have not lubed yet. I might lube now based on your inquiry and reminder. Not sure what the lube will really do, but it is lube and since they supplied the lube, I better lube up. Lol Sep 13, 2013
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Michael B: Steve
Cant tell you what the maker recommends, but I have had mine now for about 8 months. Really have not had a need to use it, but have applied it once during that time frame. Everything is still working great!
Sep 13, 2013
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George M: It does come with the Lub but I'm not sure myself how often you have to apply it. I've used my helmet twice so far... Sep 13, 2013
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Gholam A: Apply about every 1000miles. I'm in the Pacific Northwest and it has been fine so far. Hope this helps. Sep 13, 2013
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Theo C: I re-lub everytime i got on heavy rain for more than 3 rides and/or with +- 2 months... Sep 13, 2013
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Robert T: I have not applied it yet. Clean with dish soap and dry. Sep 13, 2013
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A shopper asked: with the visor sealing on a retractable chin bar, does the visor make a good air tight seal? Aug 28, 2012
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Lp35: if your speaking of the shark helmet, it seals well. I ride behind a big windscreen, so I wanted to know how well the helmet performs on a go-fast. I asked a friend who rides a Honda 600. He like the Shark and thought it was well balanced and handled the wind better than his helmet. (his helmet is also a well known, high-end helmet).

I usually keep the shield up when riding this last summer, because it was just too hot. However, I too was concerned with the seal of the shield, which I found to fit well, and was of better quality than the helmet I replaced. I have now replaced both of my older helmets with Shark Helmets. I like them and feel they are worth the money.
Aug 29, 2012
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NicoP: It has a pretty good noise reduction, but i havent wore the first helmet that you would name "quiet", but its one of the less noisiest helmets I've ever wore. The visor seals really tight, no vibration or air coming trough there. Apr 23, 2013
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PeterEdelstein: Not as well as a full face obviously. I would say noise is the biggest problem on the evoline.
I do use the sharkthooth kit, over 50 mph it's impossible to talk over the phone and over 70 mph you cannot hear music.
Apr 14, 2013
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Ed22: Yes is seems to be a good seal. Just make sure that when you lower the chin bar into place that it snaps into place. At first I did not realize it was supposed to snap back into position. Apr 15, 2013
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ThortonUnderwood: The noise comes in at the neckline. There is not any pad on the retractable chinbar so there is a gap. May 27, 2013
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Daijiza: In my experience, yes. I got no wind through the visor without intentionally tilting it. Sep 21, 2012
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A shopper asked: Will the SHM-10 work with the Evoline 3 and still have full range of motion? Aug 7, 2012
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RevZilla: Yes, the Sena SMH-10 can be mounted to the Shark Evoline 3 helmet without interrupting the rotation of the chinbar mechanism. However, you will most likely have to use to the Glued Surface Mounting Adapter as opposed to the clamp. Aug 9, 2012
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mopar2me: I have the sena in my evoline 2 and it does work. you have to put it a little further back than normal. I used mine for 1 year before I upgraded to the 3st Apr 8, 2013
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Kawakii: Yes, I have it on my Evoline 3 ST helmet and it works fine. You just have to mount it behind the hindge point. Aug 23, 2012
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Angoch77: Yes I have a Cardo Scala G9 on one of my Evoline and a SHM-10 on another, no problems with helmet functions Sep 17, 2012
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Leonardo M: Hi Angoch, 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 previous 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
Scott M: My Sena SMH10 works perfectly on my Evoline 3. Full motion range, zero interference. Aug 8, 2013
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donnie d: I hide my wired microphone between the cheek pads toward the front. Sep 19, 2013
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Amina H asked: Hello Revzilla!
regarding size, I feel comfortable with a M (57) Arai, do you recommend getting S for this model as stated in the vid?
Sep 4, 2013
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Roger R: Yes, small is suitable in ur case, these run slightly big as far as smalls go. Also, keep in mind that these really do cater to an oval head instead of a rounder head as seen from the top. If you have a rounder head u will feel more contact in front and back and less on the sides. You really do want a cemetrical fit. Also keep in mind that if you drop this helmet once or twice, it will most likely break off one of the two side plastic strips that hide the screws for the shield. They have delicate tabs that break easy... The top vent seems to have very little effect in throughput venting. Sep 25, 2013
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carlo n: I bought a large because that's the size I usually use. The helmet is a little tight and I wish I should have bought an XL. That's really just personal preference because I really love the helmet itself. This is probably the best helmet I've ever bought. Good luck! Sep 25, 2013
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carlo n: I bought a large because that's the size I usually use. The helmet is a little tight and I wish I should have bought an XL. That's really just personal preference because I really love the helmet itself. This is probably the best helmet I've ever bought. Good luck! Sep 25, 2013
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Alvaro G: No. I strongly recomend a bigger size. I bougth a M size, but I should have bought a "L" size. However, "M" sie fiits Ok for me.
Best regards,
Alvaro Garrido
Sep 25, 2013
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lei ming z: This type of helmet is too small, if you wear arai 57M then this you have to choose L ? Sep 26, 2013
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A shopper asked: I understand it's 200 grams lighter than the Evoline 2... so what is it's weight? Feb 26, 2013
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PeterEdelstein: heavy I agree. the new evoline is lighter but that makes little difference. In daily commute the weight makes no difference to me, I also own a super light Shark full face but still prefer to use the evoline because of the features evoline offers. Apr 14, 2013
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Ed22: It's lighter than my last full face helmet. The chin bar is not as substantial (obviously) as the ones on a full face but this is a very useable design and makes a good summer and winter helmet Apr 15, 2013
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RevZilla: The Evoline 2 ST weighed about 1940 grams (4.25 pounds) in a size large. The Evoline 3 ST comes in at right around 1750 grams (3.8 pounds) in a size large. Feb 27, 2013
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ThortonUnderwood: Id imagine weight is size dependant. Mine is size small and is 1820 grams. May 27, 2013
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A shopper asked: Does this helmet come with a chin curtain or how does is keep the cold air getting in for winter riding ? Dec 2, 2012
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RevZilla: No, the Shark Evoline 3 ST Helmet is not equipped with a chin curtain as it would interfere with the rotating chinbar mechanism.

Although the rubber chin spoiler is elongated to provide for better aerodynamic characteristics, it does not completely prevent air from entering the helmet.
Dec 3, 2012
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ThortonUnderwood: Nope. Its not there. Thatd b y its still very loud. But it does not feel to me that heavy, probably a tradeoff in development. May 27, 2013
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HDRider: I use a polar wind buff, by the "BUFF" Co. & it works GREAT for winter riding, give it a try... orked for me Dec 24, 2012
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mopar2me: no Apr 8, 2013
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A shopper asked: Are darker sun visors available for the 3st? Sep 3, 2012
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rkmac0: Contacted Shark directly through there web site and found out that darker visors for the sun shade feature should be available within a couple of months. They have been produced but are not in Shark's hands at this point. Sep 9, 2012
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RevZilla: The Shark Evoline 2 / 2 ST / 3 ST Faceshield will work with the Hakka helmet. Sep 5, 2012
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A shopper asked: Hi, love these helmets, can I get 3xl (possibly get away with 2xl), from anywhere. Am in UK?
Many Thanks.

Chris.
Oct 28, 2013
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George W: Not certain what exactly you're asking, but here are two facts for you:
1st) I'm very pleased with my Evoline 3 ST Hakka, no regrets.
2nd) Regarding sizing - previously, I used a Shoei size large, which was a good fit. I purchased an Evoline 2 in a size large also, but found it too snug.
Replaced it with an XL, perfect!
Purchasing any helmet without trying it on is risky!
Oct 28, 2013
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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 SKU ID Manufacturer Product # Availability
Matte White/Black / LG 836011 HE9253DWKWL Out of Stock
Matte White/Black / MD 836010 HE9253DWKWM Out of Stock
Matte White/Black / SM 836009 HE9253DWKWS Out of Stock
Matte White/Black / XL 836012 HE9253DWKWXL Out of Stock
Matte White/Black / XS 836008 HE9253DWKWXS In Stock: Ships within 24 hours