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Shark Evoline 3 ST MoovUp Helmet
  • Shark Evoline 3 ST MoovUp Helmet - Matte Black
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Shark Evoline 3 ST MoovUp Helmet Videos

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.


  • 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 4.3 5 10 10
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
Beware of Sizing This is an abolutely wonderful helmet. The design is outstanding. The sizing chart and Revzilla video are incorrect from my experience. I followed the video directions for measuring my head, which measures at 23.5 inches, which falls just inside the measurements for a large. The video says that if your measurements are between two sizes that you should order the smaller size because the helmet runs large. The large would barely go on my head and the chin bar would not close because the helmet had to expand (width) to go on my head. I returned and ordered the XL. It was a little better, but way too small. Chin bar would close, but after if pulled the sides of the helmet in, it was like being in a vice. I typically wear intermediate oval helmets, which this one is supposed to be. Bell helmets fit me perfectly. I had a big read spot on my forhead after having the helmet on my head for 5 minutes. If it fits, this is a fantastic helmet. I haven't ridden with one, so I have no opinion on ride comfort and functionality. I rated it at 4 stars versus 5 only because of sizing. December 20, 2014
The Only Fold Back Chin Bar I have been riding motorcycles on/off road here in So Cal for more than 40 years. In the last 20 years or so I have been using only modular/chin bar up helmets. I always considered myself like a dog who keeps his head out the window ears flopping tongue wagging enjoying the air flow. Started with BMW System 2’s, Schuberth, Shoei ,Nolan 102, HJC,KBC and a few others. Unless it is raining hard or very cold I have always ridden with the chin bar up. Unfortunately with all the other helmets I have acquired that chin bar up turns into an air foil pushing your head back or sideways adding a lot of fatigue to the neck. So I used to buy helmets based on the lowest chin bar height above the helmet in the up position. I went to the recent 2014 LB Motorcycle Show and saw the folded back chin bar set up and I new I had to have one even with the high price of $450 vs some of my others at less than $150. I have worn this helmet about six times a little more than a hour each trip and two in the recent rains. I have ridden with The Shark face shield up in the rain and down with the chin bar up and liked the latter. I have tried ridding with all shields/ chin bar down and the helmet seems a little loud and heavy[I wear molded ear plugs always]. I have had to twice shave some of the inner styrofoam by my right eyebrow because this helmet seems to be a little rounder biased. Very strange there was a 2 x 4 inch high impact rubber patch rubber cemented to the styrofoam at the forehead position. Maybe that was for a higher impact ratting? The helmet is very snug around my head which is okay. Most of my helmets have been white to reflect the summer heat here in the southwest. This was mainly white with some stylish design. What truly sucks is the Shark logo is everywhere. The logo’s are below the clear coats so I will probably place some nighttime reflective tape over the abundant of logos. Would I purchase this overpriced helmet again? Yes, because it is the only helmet of the flush mount rear folding chin bar. I am sure I will be using it for a few more years. Rubber side down boys and girls Happy Ridding! December 8, 2014
Love the 3/4! followed revz guide and suggestions for sizing. does have a little wistle i think because of the pivot point. doesnt bother me too much because i usually ride with a half helmet. rode with it to work in the low 30s for about 15-20 min. face was fine. awesome product! December 1, 2014
Best Helmet I've ever bought I love Shark helmets and have owned the Raw too but I ended up giving that one away because it just wasn't my style. I love riding with an open face mask around town but I drive to work on a busy Interstate and like having a full face helmet for those trips. This helmet gave me the best of both worlds and it's easy to convert on the move. This is my main helmet for everyday riding and it works great with my Sena 20s bluetooth. The only issue I had was about three weeks after I bought it, the clip that holds the sun visor broke. But one quick email to Adam at Revzilla and the problem was remedied. They offered to repair it but when I told them I didn't want to be without the helmet for two weeks, they send me the piece to repair it and great step-by-step instructions on how to DIY it. This was a better option for me and now the helmet is like new again. This is the ONLY helmet I've ever owned that people actually comment on. I've been stopped at gas stations by other riders who saw me go from full to 3/4s and they wanted to know where I bought it from. Revzilla, baby! October 18, 2014
Excellent modular helmet!!! I had the EvoLine 2 previously. The 3 is an overall improvement. If you owned the 2, you will notice it is lighter immediately. It is also quieter (perhaps coming from the more oval shape). Definitely worth the money. I highly recommend it! September 15, 2014
Two helmets in one Saw this helmet and couldn't pass on the open face features. I needed a full face helmet for night riding, but still wanted the feel of an open face helmet. This helmet does both in one package, and beats having to buy two helmets. Fit is true to size and comfortable on long rides. The venting allows plenty of airflow and keeps heat to a minimum despite not having rear vents. The open face mode is nice to have for easy riding and then is easily switch to full face for highway and aggressive riding. July 21, 2014
No need for two helmets If you want a helmet that will allow you to ride full face or open this is the helmet. Easy to use, wide field of vision in full face, and so far so good for ventilation on hot summer rides. They seem to have fixed the noise problem from the prior years helmets as well. I should note I ride a HD Wide Glide so I cannot speak for sport bike riding. The ease of change from full face to open style is so easy once I had practiced it a few times I was able to make the change on the fly with no problems. I have worn glasses with this product as well and have had no difficulties. I highly recommend you use the seal maintenance goop that comes with the helmet since it made the helmet go from a slight whistle to no sound at all. Overall it is exactly what I wanted and I am very pleased with the purchase. Oh yea......Revzilla Customer service rocks. 10 out of 10 :-) July 18, 2014
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Shark Evoline 3 ST MoovUp Helmet
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
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. 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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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.
Sep 13, 2014
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jennifer d: Same helmet just the colors are different Sep 12, 2014
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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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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.
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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Eric W asked: Does anyone wear glasses with this helmet? Will the visor get in the way? Mar 20, 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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White/Black / LG 954630 HE9260DWKSL/ Out of Stock
White/Black / MD 954629 HE9260DWKSM/ In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
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/ Out of Stock
White/Black/Red / LG 954625 HE9260DWKRL/ In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
White/Black/Red / MD 954624 HE9260DWKRM/ In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
White/Black/Red / SM 954623 HE9260DWKRS/ In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
White/Black/Red / XL 954626 HE9260DWKRXL/ Out of Stock
White/Black/Red / XS 954622 HE9260DWKRXS/ In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
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Black/Orange / MD 954639 HE9262DKOKM/ In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/Orange / SM 954638 HE9262DKOKS/ Out of Stock
Black/Orange / XL 954641 HE9262DKOKXL/ In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/Orange / XS 954637 HE9262DKOKXS/ Out of Stock