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Shark Evoline 3 ST Moov Up Helmet

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.

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 MoovUp Helmet 4.2 5 17 17
Ótimo capacete modular Ótimo capacete modular. Sistema de báscula muito legal e fácil de usar. Assim que vc tiver um pouquinho de treino, conseguirá acioná-lo com uma só mão. A viseira interna (óculos de sol) é muito prática, pode ser movimentada com um botão deslizante no alto do casco. Muito confortável devido ao excelente revestimento interno. Só achei um pouquinho pesado em relação a um outro capacete nacional, mas nada que chegue a incomodar e tem um formato mais arredondado, não afilado. Boa escolha. June 22, 2015
Good Good Product. I would recommend this for anyone that is looking for a Modular. June 15, 2015
excellent helmet. Fit has been really well on my int. Oval to slightly rounder head. I was at the top end of the large size but they said it runs about half a size large so I went with the large size. Fit is excellent. I ride an SSV650S. Noise level is not bad at all, actually seems to have less noise riding upright rather than tucked. Not sure what some are complaining about noise for. Seems about the same level I've had with other helmets. I wish shades were a little darker but they seem darker than other mod. Helmets to me. The shades are just dark enough. I have about 500 miles on helmet at highway and interstate speed. Great helmet. I have rode in low 50 degree Temps and was not cold. I am very happy with my purchase. May 5, 2015
Safe and style There are two points that needs attention: 1 - strap old fashioned - should be plug and play 2 - device for closing the chin strap is not easy - it seems clearly malfunctioning April 30, 2015
Nice helmet.... Overall, I really like this helmet. I'll focus on a couple of drawbacks, as that's what people are looking for.....both are with the sun visor. First, with in the full down position, the retention tab which holds the visor at the top is within view and very distracting. I keep thinking of Steve Martins character in The Jerk and the problem with his glasses. The second is that while the clear visor is EXCELLENT, the sun visor seems a bit milky and the clarity is sub-par with the rest of the helmet. I'll add that neither of these cons are enough to keep me from buying it again. April 17, 2015
It'll do for now I'm coming from a 3/4 helmet with a pull down visor. Wanted to make use of my comm system so I needed to get the wind off the mic. I've put in 200+ miles with the new helmet before reviewing. I was expecting this helmet to be quiet, but it's actually louder than the 3/4. A constant wind roar. Further, the strap end has no snap and flaps at the bottom and it makes a clacking noise inside the helmet. Any touching under the chin essentially echoes into the helmet with amplified sound. There is padding along the straps but I still get some scraping from the edges when I turn my head. The button release is not as smooth as it looks in the video, though I suspect this will wear in. Same with the pull down, it's stiff to release but I think will wear in. You also must have the clear visor up all the way before you try to pull down the chin. If you have cheeks expect them to be squished, like your aunt has come to visit and is gonna give you a big kiss. You can swap them out with thinner spares which I did right away. At the thinnest I'm still squished but it's tolerable. I am fat, so I've more cheek for the squishing. And I expect this to compress some over time. I cannot speak to venting, my temps have barely reached 60. The looks are great. Looks good chin down and chin up and back, like it was made that way. The padding is very soft to the touch. The view is wide, but just a bit harder to do a shoulder check. The internal sun visor is smooth and pretty cool. Easy to find the toggle. Comm system works great now, there are carve outs for the ear speakers and the wiring runs under the padding, easy install. My neck felt tired after 60 miles, but this could be due to a number of other things including higher than usually winds. It certainly does keep the wind off your face and allows for colder riding without the cold, running nose problem. Overall, not everything I was hoping for, but it'll do for now. April 7, 2015
Pretty good overall I've been riding with this helmet for a year now. Using the chart I ordered a L. It was super tight, painful actually. But after a couple weeks it actually broke in and now it's perfect. After a year of riding from hot high 90s to low 30s weather, I've decided to use this one mostly in the summer. It lets in too much air especially around the chin. Wish I could fit a chin curtain. But for warm weather it's great. And when it's real hot it's great to be able to ride open face. The visors are very good. Only thing is, after a full year, the chin bar doesn't flip up without first raising the visor. Not a big deal. I find the noise level pretty high. I always wear earplugs. April 1, 2015
Fits small Good helmet but fits small. Every helmet I've ever owned has been a large, including shark evoline 2. The large evoline 3 is to tight. January 5, 2015
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
LUIZ P: That was for my parents, who doesnt like to wear full face helmets, but know that it is important on a rainning road Jun 21, 2015
Louis F: For the open face and full face in one. May 19, 2015
Thomas C: Features, features, features! Love the idea of the chin bar. Integrated sun visor and bluetooth ready. Hope everything is as awesome as it sounds. May 9, 2015
Aldo C: The only modular helmet on the market that can be used open (dot) or full. Mar 19, 2015
Lynn H: I have been using the original Shark Evo that I bought back in 2008. I was interested in seeing the improvements in the last two revisions. With the original I find myself adjusting the helmet after a few hours to relieve a mild hot spot I develop near the center of my forehead so I'm hoping the new shape eliminates or at least reduces that. I was looking at the Shoei Neotech but I decided to stick with a Shark. UPDATE: 4/22 I let my girlfriend try my new Evo 3. She made me order one for her. Mar 4, 2015
MARK S: Good price and the only fold all the way back chin bar design Feb 28, 2015
Samuel S: This is my second Evoline and quite satisfied with the fit and veratility. I prefer a Modular and this one has less drag and easily to go from 3/4 face to full face in rain or extreme heat. A little noisely but adaptable. Feb 27, 2015
Steffen P: unique function Feb 8, 2015
Faisal A: easy to use Dec 7, 2014
A S: I like the fact that the chin piece moves to rear position for highway riding and locks into place, this is a really nice feature that makes this helmet a true year round investment. Oct 25, 2014
David H: Shark helmets are so comfortable, but my Shark Raw is too noisy. Oct 13, 2014
Jeff K: I loved the look and all the features of this helmet but they are not made for a round South Park head like mine and it squeezed my ears so tight I nearly panicked when I put it on! Revzilla made my returned fast and easy. Oct 12, 2014
Karen S: Wanted the Matte black, but it wasn't, "matte" black enough. So i got a little color instead. Sep 5, 2014
Jimmy L: Seem like a good company and appreciate the videos to see everything upfront, plus allowing me to swap out sizes sealed the deal. Aug 29, 2014
Jerry S: I had my last Shark stolen of my motorcycle, love the Shark had to have another !!!! Jul 29, 2014
Tina Y: I have an original shark evolution and it is the best helmet out there. So now that it is time for my husband to get a new helmet there is no other choice but shark evo! Jul 14, 2014
Cuong L: Nice feature Jun 19, 2014
Hylton J: Quality and value for money Jun 17, 2014
A shopper asked: Does anyone wear glasses with this helmet? Will the visor get in the way? Mar 20, 2015
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David H: I do not wear prescription glasses but I do often wear sunglasses with no problem. There are removable pads on both sides to make glasses slide in easier. And in case you are wondering yes I wear sunglasses in addition to the drop down sun visor as I find at sunrise and sunset the built in sun visor does not block the glare well enough. Mar 20, 2015
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Marcel C: I have worn a pair of sun glasses with the sun visor down no problem. The arms of the glasses pressed in to the side of my head hard though but I'm sure it could be adjusted for a more comfortable fit. Mar 20, 2015
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Vedran Z: I tried to but the helmet is kinda tight and it was hard to fit the glasses in there. The dark visor may get in the way but the clear is far enough so you should not have any problems with that. Mar 21, 2015
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MARK S: I always where safety glasses when ridding my motorcycles.
Glasses work well with this helmet.The work well with both the tinted sun visor and the face shield. Hope this helps.
Mar 20, 2015
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Karen S: I sometimes where glasses and they do not seem to interfere with the visor or cause any discomfort. Bbso far I have been very happy with this helmet. Mar 20, 2015
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Antonio P: I wear glasses and neither the windshield or the visor do get on the way. I hope it helps. Mar 23, 2015
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Saeed A: I u ware it as a halfe helmet u may need to ware glasses Mar 20, 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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Carlos C: Hola. I picked up this helmet because it was compatible with glasses. I've found the sides to be a little snug (even after removing the pads). However, it does break in a little bit. I've been using this helmet for 4 months or so now and love it. I have two different prescription glasses (one plastic frame, one metal frame) and a few different sunglasses I've worn with it. I have had no issues with the visors (internal shade or external shield) hitting any of my glasses. Plenty of clearance there.

It's a solid helmet. You'll be happy if you get it.
Mar 23, 2015
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Randall M: I wear corrective glasses. I have never had a problem wearing my Evoline concerning interference with my glasses. This is the only helmet I have ever worn with a built in sun visor. I love it!! Really handy when you drive from bright sun to shady stretches. Hope this helps you out. Mar 20, 2015
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Jonathan D: I wear sunglasses but find it a very snug fit along the temples. Sunglasses have plastic frames and I have to apply some force to squeeze them in; putting them on first and then the helmet doesn't seem to work well for me. There is ample room forward between glass frames and visor. Mar 20, 2015
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Stephen S: I'm able to wear my glasses while putting the helmet on and taking it off and no the visor doesn't get in the way Mar 20, 2015
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David M: I wear them with no problem. Mar 26, 2015
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A shopper asked: Are there any differences between the MoovUp and Arona other than color specs? Sep 12, 2014
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Richard L: Revzilla customer service is going to have to answer this question unless a customer bought one of both. The moovup is nice. It is light, but with all modular helmets it is louder than a "regular" helmet. Sep 13, 2014
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Stephen S: Not that I know of. The move up is an awesome helmet. Highly recommend especially if you wear glasses Sep 13, 2014
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Jonathan D: In my research of each color preferences were the only difference.
Jonathan
Sep 13, 2014
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jennifer d: Same helmet just the colors are different Sep 12, 2014
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Michael J asked: I have owned several helmets, and one of the things that has always been a problem is proper sizing. My head, by standard sizing, is large. However, with various brands, I've had to resort to an XL due to the L size being uncomfortably snug, and then the XL becomes just a lil loose in a short period of time. How does the sizing on the shark evoline 3 usually work out? Apr 20, 2015
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Allen S: I had no trouble with sizing. I ordered the size I normally wear and it fit very well. I has not changed after many hours of riding so from my experience if you order the size you need it should be OK.

I tried on the same helmet at a local shop but they did not have the color I wanted and wanted to charge me more to order one as a special order. I thanked them, left the shop and ordered the same size from Revzilla.

Revzilla will exchange your helmet if it is not the correct size when you get it so you can shop with the knowledge that you will not be stuck with a helmet that does not fit.

I love my new Shark Evo 3. I had an Evo 2 that I wore from SF Bay Area to Prudhoe Bay Alaska on a Dual Sport adventure ride. Loved it, but the Evo 3 has better features and is superior.

Hope this helps.
Allen
Apr 20, 2015
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Stephen S: I would say go with the XL I was right at the size gap between L-XL and went with the L after a year with it I definitely should have gone with the XL. They run small so go big. Other then that amazing helmet. I'll be purchasing another this year just one size bigger. Apr 20, 2015
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Michael J: Thanks for the assistance. Apr 20, 2015
David H asked: I have 2 questions.

1. Is the sizing the same as for the SHARK RAW helmets? I wear a LARGE raw which is perfect fit.

2. Can I use my SENA 20s with this helmet?
Oct 13, 2014
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Casey C: I owed a Shark Raw (XL) and found it a little tight. I've been using my MoovUp for about a month now and right out the box I thought it was a better fit than the Raw.

Also, I have a Sena 20s attached to mine and it works great but I found the speaker indents in the MoovUp were a little shallow, causing the speakers to be not "flush" with the liner. Not a problem though... I smashed down some of the styrofoam in the pee-indented area until the speakers were flush and I'm good to go now.

The Sena comes with two mounting options and I used the option that screws down, not the adhesive. This sets the Sena 20s a little lower, giving the chin bar the clearance it needs to convert from a full face to a 3/4 helmet.

So my opinion... the MoovIt and Sena 20s is a GREAT combination!
Oct 18, 2014
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Casey C: Also.... see my review on this helmet for pictures of the 20s installed. Good luck! Oct 18, 2014
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A S asked: i live in Sydney Australia and i planned to get this helmet, but in Australia you will need a australian standard sticker on your helmet otherwise its illegal. so does the sticker come with the helmet or? what should i do if theres no sticker with the helmet Apr 21, 2015
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A S: Comes with sticker, but if it happened not to be in the box, you can easily get one that meets legal requirements. Apr 21, 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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Allen S: I wear glasses. The visor does not interfere. Apr 20, 2015
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A shopper asked: HI WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE SHARK EVOLVINE 3 ST ARONA HELMET AND THE SHARK EVOLINE 3 ST MOOVUP HELMET?

I CANT SEEM TO SPOT IT?

tHANKS
Dec 15, 2014
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Carlos C: Maybe just the paint job? I've been VERY happy with my moovup. Dec 19, 2014
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A shopper asked: What is the difference (excluding colors) between the Shark Evoline 3 ST Moovit, Moovup, Hakka, and Arona?
Are there any shape, size, quality differences in these models or is it simply year of make and color?
Thanks, Rick
Sep 30, 2014
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LUIZ P: Hey Rick.
from what I've understood, the differences are most grafics and colors.
There are some quality differences between the 2012 model to the 2013, not from the 2013 to 2014.

They have some reviews videos that really helped me!

I've bought this helmet for my father, so I don't know how it fits, but it seems a great helmet.

If I were my father, I would have bought the 2013 that is on sale!

I hope it helps.
Regards,
Luiz.
Sep 30, 2014
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Lee T asked: Why does the description say the helmet has a chin bar and the photo shows a helmet with no chin bar? Jun 23, 2014
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Alan A: It's a modular helmet. It has two positions: full faced and open. When open, the chin bar rests on the back of the helmet allowing for open faced riding. It's the only modular helmet that allows you to ride with it open. Jun 23, 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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Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Matte Black / LG 954635 HE9262DKAWL/ Out of Stock
Matte Black / MD 954634 HE9262DKAWM/ Out of Stock
Matte Black / SM 954633 HE9262DKAWS/ Out of Stock
Matte Black / XL 954636 HE9262DKAWXL/ In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Matte Black / XS 954632 HE9262DKAWXS/ In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
White/Black / LG 954630 HE9260DWKSL/ In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
White/Black / MD 954629 HE9260DWKSM/ Out of Stock
White/Black / SM 954628 HE9260DWKSS/ In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
White/Black / XL 954631 HE9260DWKSXL/ In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
White/Black / XS 954627 HE9260DWKSXS/ In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
White/Black/Red / LG 954625 HE9260DWKRL/ Out of Stock
White/Black/Red / MD 954624 HE9260DWKRM/ Out of Stock
White/Black/Red / SM 954623 HE9260DWKRS/ Out of Stock
White/Black/Red / XL 954626 HE9260DWKRXL/ In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
White/Black/Red / XS 954622 HE9260DWKRXS/ Out of Stock
Black/Orange / LG 954640 HE9262DKOKL/ Out of Stock
Black/Orange / MD 954639 HE9262DKOKM/ Out of Stock
Black/Orange / SM 954638 HE9262DKOKS/ Out of Stock
Black/Orange / XL 954641 HE9262DKOKXL/ Out of Stock
Black/Orange / XS 954637 HE9262DKOKXS/ Out of Stock