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Shark’s masterpiece continues on its evolution. Never has a helmet given you such options between street/road riding, open or full face.
The photo-luminescent paint of the Moovit Lumi has the ability to absorb light and release it again - it glows in the dark! The helmet glows for approximately 2 hours. In the city or other lit areas at night, the Moovit Lumi makes you more visible. The photo-luminescent paint is guaranteed non-toxic.
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
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
Please Note: The warranty does not apply to the photo-luminescent paint, because the paint function depends on the frequency and circumstances of use.
Have a functionality, fit, or otherwise product-specific question about the Shark Evoline 3 ST Moovit Lumi Helmet? Ask it here!
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Sodry Bin M: i like the typical design and safety features offered by the manufacturerJan 14, 2014
Kento K: + 180 degrees changeable between full face and half face + Super sturdy. Great build quality + French brand + One of the best make + Design + Was on closeout sale + Bluetooth unit can be installedJan 4, 2014
Pat A: Looks like a cool Tron-like helmet. I like the versatility it provides by going from a full-face helmet to an open face helmet.Dec 18, 2013
Waihou L: Because the design is special and has a luminous function. Of course the PRICE.Dec 10, 2013
Joseph F: I have a friend that bought a Shark Evo 2ST and I was impressed with the features of his helmet. I can now purchase the next evolution of his helmet with improvements!Dec 8, 2013
Karyn D: Wanted a flip face that would stay flipped when riding. I know the brand and Anthony did a great video review, so I thought I'd get it while on special.Dec 3, 2013
Luis Tonatiuh T: For the features that the helmet provides as well as brand.Nov 22, 2013
Gregg S: i chose this item because of its ability to fully flip back the chin guard.Nov 22, 2013
Scott Y: Looks like a tron helmet and I wanted a modular helmetNov 4, 2013
F R: safety rating, both open and closed; price; the fact that chin area goes completely to the back making it more aero dynamic, price, RevZillas no shipping, no restock etcetc. I had to return another model in LG because it was too big Thanks!Oct 23, 2013
Frederick T: The first one I ordered even thou the chart size said I should were a large ( my head measured 22.6) I can only were that helmet 2 hour max. that why I am reordering size XL.Oct 23, 2013
Ryan S: To have the ability to choose between riding with an open face helmet to a full face helmet depending on my mood at the time without having to disassemble and re-assemble the helmet each time.Oct 22, 2013
Roy W: Cost and modular helment design. I have been on the look out for this helmet for some time.Oct 9, 2013
Nicholas M: Love the fact that the helmet is 2 in 1. It's a full face and open face helmet, also like the idea of the glow In the dark. I was going to get in a couple of months but it's on close out and I wanted itOct 9, 2013
Christopher H: Maybe drunk drivers will think I am a ghost at night and swerve away from me.Sep 16, 2013
A shopper asked:How long does it take for the glow effect to expire? If so is it replaceable?Sep 11, 2013
nicholas g:When I read the description it said that the glow would only last two hours but I have had mine last more like 4 hours+. So to get that kind of longevity I would only have to let it charge for about an hour under regular lighting. Two hours of glow maybe only 15 mins of charging. If you mean expire as in does not glow anymore mine is a year old now and still glows strong as day one. I don't know about replacing the glow that would seem like a whole helmet replacement and shark or rev would be the best ones to ask about that. Sep 12, 2013
Boaz M:I love the helmet, but the glow effect is a total gimmick. It certainly glows but very faintly so. The only time you'll notice the glow is when it's completely dark. The moment there is a weak streetlight in your environment, the glow no longer plays a factor. Which basically renders it useless. A reflective material would've been much more effective. Having said all that, I highly recommend the helmet itself.Sep 11, 2013
Craig W:I don't know if its replaceable but mine is working fine and I've had it 5 months. The best helmet I've ever owned also. This is my second Shark Evoline. Had the Evoline 2 and it protected me very well when I was rear ended on the highway. Sep 11, 2013
Éric D:It's been one season so far and it atill looks fine, where i have a bit of an issue is the fact that mine is a whistler. In open face its fine but closed it whistles. You may want to find out if this is common with evolinesSep 17, 2013
Jeb M:Doesn't work like that it works off of sun light you hold a light up to it and it glows it last for about 1 hour I would say never time it I like this helmet alot I know it's pricey but its very good helmet.Sep 11, 2013
Nicholas M asked:I already own this helmet but I have a question about visibility that I never thought of till today. This question is for owners who have had other helmets. When ever I have the helmet lowered I notice it is kinda difficult to see behind/slight beside you unless you turn your head "a lot" meaning with a slight turn of head if the shield was wider I could definitely see more. I noticed another helmet had a much wider shield. This is my first ever helmet and wandering if you got a wider shield helmet could you see more with less of a turn?Feb 3, 2014
Kenneth G:I have had several helmets in the past and can say it certainly varies from helmet to helmet. Typically I find the variances in the field of vision offered is in the up down orientation rather than the side to side. Many helmets I have tried on have given the sense of looking though a tunnel due to how far back in the helmet my head sits on any particular design. By far the greatest visibility I have had comes from my Shoei RF1100. My first helmet was a Fulmer that was incredibly restrictive. Going to the Shoei felt like wearing no helmet at all.
As for judging by shield size, that isn't going to be the best metric. Where your head sits in the helmet depends on a lot of design factors. The size of the shield does not need to be as large if you are closer to it based on where you sit in the helmet.
Best advice I can give is to try helmets on before buying. Unfortunately this usually means visiting a store then having to buy online which always leaves a bad taste for everyone.
Douglas C:I have this helmet and now seldom use it except I'm Summer. To answer your question I think the visibility in the Shoei Multitech and the Schubert C3 area slightly superior. They are also FAR superior in terms of build quality and comfort. However, the Neotec and C3 do not allow you to safely ride true open face as the Evoline does. The Evoline is also far cooler temperature wise.Feb 3, 2014
nicholas g:Depends on your eye sight. This is the best helmet I have had minimal turning needed. But yes wider screen wider view. But careful of distortions. The more the visor wrapps around the more likely you are to have visual distortions Feb 3, 2014
Orie Legum O:I don't know. I never noticed, I usually try to turn my head as much as possible so that I get the best possible veiw.
I also own a Shoei and I don't notice a difference between the two
Sorry I can't help more. Feb 3, 2014
A shopper asked:I'm wondering how powerful the glow effect is and if it interferes with visibility at all at night. Like does it catch your eye or anything (bad!), or is it not even noticeable while you are wearing the helmet (preferred).Oct 4, 2012
AlePrado:The glow is not thaaat intense and do not interfere with your (and others) visibility at all. Actually, I think that it is quite not perceptible if you are riding at night in illuminated urban areas.May 24, 2013
Chad C:I bought the helmet because they advertised the evo3 as having a more elongated inner shell and not so round as the evo2, which I also have. I don't think they really changed the shell, but added more padding in the cheeks. It STILL squishes the front of my head. I have very red marks on the front of my for head and it gives me a headache after more than a 20 minute ride. In my opinion, it's still built more for those with round heads, though it does fit my cheeks quite snug. It does feel lighter weight than the evo2 and the ability to open the chin bar without opening the visor first is a nice feature.Apr 15, 2014
Éric D:My evo 3 movit is my first shark. so I have no comparison as to wheight. although I absolutely LOVE the ease of conversion and always having both an open face and full face without having to stop and add or remove parts to the helmet. I find mine to be a whistler when in full face mode. I don't know if it is a particularity of my helmet or all evo3's
I hope this can be of some help to you. I definitely intend to stay with shark for my next oneApr 15, 2014
catcher8:I would say the glow does expire due to the fact when we first received it in the mail and opened it the helmet did not glow. I was not until a couple of hours in light or sunlight that it did. Think of the glow in the dark stars on a kids bedroom ceiling.Apr 29, 2013
RevZilla:Yes, we recommend the helmet to be exposed for at least 2 hours. It should then glow for about another 2 hours, but the glowing part should fade away progressively when you use the helmet.Jan 28, 2013