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Weight: 2.61 lbs

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Shark Raw Soyouz Helmet

Shark introduces the Raw Helmet - an urban helmet that combines compactness and aggressive, streetfighter style with a unique goggle/face mask combination. 

Features:

  • Constructed from injected thermoplastic resin
  • Comfortable natural fiber interior and ventilation system using air vents and diffusers
  • Two position top vent (open/closed)
  • QRGS: Quick Release Goggle System
  • Double anti-fog and anti-scratch visor
  • Face protection mask
  • Aerodynamic outer shell
  • D-ring closure
  • 2 shell sizes
  • Easy fit for glasses wearers with the goggles

Note: Helmet features a D-ring closure, not the micro-ratchet as shown.

4.3 / 5
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3.5 / 5
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4 / 5
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5 / 5
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4 / 5
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5 / 5
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4 / 5
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Shark Helmet Sizing

Size Head (cm)
XS 53-54
SM 55-56
MD 57-58
LG 59-60
XL 61-62
2XL 63-64

Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.

How To Measure

H Head Wrap a cloth measuring tape around your head just above your eyebrows and ears. Pull the tape comfortably snug, read the length, repeat for good measure and use the largest measurement.
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4.3 / 5.0
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Awesome looks, complicated experience.
Let's all be honest. We read the numerous negative reviews of this helmet series in various places on the internet, which usually boil down to "it looks cool, but don't buy it just because of that, it's really not a good helmet." Then we all took one look at the helmet's profile and bought it anyway.

So, having splurged after a paycheck and bought this clearly overpriced helmet, how does it fare? Well, I've had it for a little over three months now, so let's see.

Aesthetics:
This helmet looks awesome. That can't be denied. This is one of the coolest-looking helmets I've ever seen. Even the versions without the decals look effortlessly aggressive in that way so many of us crave, but it doesn't look like it's trying too hard to come off that way, which is a pitfall many helmets/motorcycle accessories fall into [skulls and flames and barbed wire, anyone?].

Comfort:
This helmet seems to run just a SMIDGE small. I have a tiny head, so my original/main helmet, which is a full-face from a different brand, is an XS, and that fit great from the get-go. The Shark, also an XS, was tight enough around the ears and temples that it was pretty uncomfortable to wear for the first couple of weeks. I'd take it off and have a pressure headache. The good news is, eventually it molds around your head the way helmets do, and now it's much more comfortable. I bought this helmet to use on very hot days, as even with the included venting spots, my full-face gets extremely humid and uncomfortable in hot weather, and summers here get pretty punishing. Because the face mask is a rubbery material and not directly connected to the helmet itself on the sides, the airflow is superb. Obviously the open nature of the helmet means that road nose is significantly louder than when wearing a full-face, but with earplugs or earbuds with music tuned low, it's not at all more distracting than with a full-face.

Protection:
As this is a 3/4ths helmet, naturally you're sacrificing some protection for the additional comfort and convenience. The helmet itself feels solid, if light, and I don't doubt that it would protect my head if I were to take a fall [though I haven't done so any time recently, knock on wood]. The face, though, is another story: while the mask and goggles protect your face and eyes from bugs and small-to-medium road debris, I don't have any illusions that they would really protect my face if I fell in a way that left it making direct contact with the road. The goggles seem solid enough, but the face mask is a thick rubberesque material that you can bend with your bare hands. Don't expect it to do much in a fall beyond disintegrate.

Durability:
This is where the Shark really falls short. For the price, this helmet really, REALLY should be constructed better, or it should be at least 50$ cheaper. The various parts of the face mask, goggles and all, are frustratingly flimsy for the price paid. The face mask clips into the goggles via 3-4 rubber/plastic pins that fit into corresponding holes in the bottom of the goggles. My advice: Once you attach the mask, consider that permanent. I have no doubt that repeated removal and reattachment of the mask from/to the goggles would snap one or more of those pins off within a month, and the replacement masks aren't cheap enough that it's something you'd want to do after spending so much on the helmet.
The external side panels over the ears are the most fragile part of the operation. While you can disconnect the entire mask, goggle straps and all, from the helmet by pulling on and manipulating the panels, I would strongly suggest you not. While you can replace the mask or the goggles if they break, your only solution if you break the side panels is to replace your entire helmet. Don't mess with them at all. If you want to switch goggles, they attach to the straps on the mask itself, through two long, flat, hook-like metal prongs. Just use those. Replacement goggles aren't cheap, either, but they're cheaper than the helmet.
The goggles themselves also suffer from a similar "flimsiness" issue; while they feel solid enough, the foam lining that rests against your face when you're wearing them does NOT. It feels good now, but with the kind of foam that it is, I know that eventually it will wear away enough that it lets air and dirt through and into my eyes. There's nothing you can really do to stop that from happening—it's just not very good-quality foam. There are things you can do to prolong the life of your goggles, though. My biggest piece of advice here would be this: Even though pulling the mask up and letting the entire face cover rest on the top of your helmet is convenient for conversations, and certainly makes it easier to remove and put on the helmet, DON'T leave the mask up there for prolonged periods of time, especially when you're not wearing the helmet. This is guaranteed to accelerate the foam's degradation, since it leaves the foam being pressed against a surface. And when the foam finally does fail, well, at least replacement goggles aren't as much as a new helmet. But it's best to stave off that additional cost as long as you can.

SUMMARY:
Looks: AMAZING.
Road noise: tolerable, becomes the perfect level of "enough to keep me aware of my surroundings but not so loud it hurts or is a distraction" with earplugs or earbuds.
Comfort: starts out too small but eventually molds better to your head shape.
Protection: basically what you would expect from a 3/4 helmet.
Durability: Helmet is solid, face mask and attached parts are not. Take precautions to keep the mask/goggles protected from their own flimsiness for as long as possible. See larger "durability" section above for my advice on how to prolong the life of those parts.

CONCLUSION:
So, should you buy it? It really comes down to this: are you willing to sacrifice convenience and thriftiness for drop-dead looks and comfort? You have to take pains to protect the mask and goggles from their own construction, the helmet is hilariously overpriced, but it looks A-W-E-S-O-M-E and, once properly molded to your head, is extremely comfortable, especially in really hot weather. If you can spare the money and the looks keep bringing you back to reading the reviews, go for it. I don't regret the purchase, though I'll always believe I paid too much for it. I'd buy another one if an impact left this one unusable. And, hey—then I'd have an extra set of the goggles and the mask.
June 25, 2015
Bang For The Buck
3 / 5
Sick Helmet! Soyouz pilot requesting permission to land. Over
I use this helmet when I'm ride my yamaha r1 in town because it's pretty loud when you go over 50mph.

Not to mention that this helmet also makes a good snowboarding helmet. I got a lot of compliments and they never thought that this is a motorcycle helmet.
December 16, 2013
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Great Sping Summer Fall helmet!
I have been waiting for this helmet to hit the U.S. for a while now. The look of this helmet is a huge attention grabber. Yes, it is noisy but it is not a fully enclosed helmet. I wear noise reducing ear plugs by SureFire which help tremendously with the wind noise. Its as if I have my full face Shoei GT Air Wanderer on. The ride is much more pleasant and the air flow is sufficient enough to keep you cool. The mask and goggles keeps your face free of wind and bugs. Its been about 60 to 70 degrees here in Texas and I love the feel of this helmet. For reference I typically wear a medium in most helmets, 7 1/8 in hats, a med Shoei GT Air Wanderer, and a medium in the Shark Raw As well. Hope this info helps in your decision to pick up this awesome helmet from Shark. Keep in mind this not a full face helmet, so the front piece serves its wind, bug blocking purpose.
March 20, 2014
Ride:
2013 Ducati Monster 696
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4 / 5
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4 / 5
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4 / 5
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5 / 5
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Think spherical
Style: The style is obvious and has already been touched on; so I'll leave that be. I will say that I was looking for something that I felt would look equally cool on my Harley as on my CBR; I feel this fits perfectly.

Fit/Shape: I generally wear a large from most manufacturers, and, apparently, with Shark this is no different (I did measure my cranium prior to ordering). The helmet fits comfortable and as pointed out by Revzilla and several other reviewers, the helmet is round,rather than the seemingly more common oval (though I would go step further and say 'ovoid').

Bear in mind this is 'spherical'; when I hear round I think of the front-to-back shape, as if you are looking straight down on the helmet. This also seems a fitting description for top-to-bottom as well.

Though this may seem obvious, it didn't sink in for me until I pulled the helmet on the first time. My Shoei full-face goes down past the bottoms of my ears, a few centimeters, comfortably while still being snug. The Shark feels as if I have to tuck my ears up into the helmet, though once I get it seated, it is quite comfortable and stable. I do have to pop my tunnels out before putting the helmet on.

Noise level: I find the noise level to be completely tolerable around town, as others have said. I've not yet taken the helmet on the highway, though judging from past experience with other helmets, I feel it will be fine for short trips - I wouldn't use it for very long rides, however.

Air flow - pretty good, though as it is still a bit cool in Colorado, I haven't opened the vent yet. Riding in the mid 30's I can't get the goggles to fog no matter how hard I try. And the cool air is kept at bay very well by the face plate.

Vision: Straight ahead the goggles barely intrude on peripheral vision; I do find I have to turn my head further on shoulder/lanes checks than I do with my Shoei. Not enough to cause concern, just enough to be noticeable.

Weight: Comfortable; not at all heavy.

Features: This is where I am a little disappointed. I don't want to keep track of a rubber plug for my vent. I like vents that I can pop open and closed with one hand.

Also, other sites where I looked at the Shark Raw Soyouz the helmet has a quick release ratcheting chin strap as opposed to the traditional double-d rings. Not a big deal, but something I should have noted before ordering. I still would have ordered, but wouldn't have been bummed when it got here.

I would definitely recommend the helmet to friends and family alike.
April 24, 2014
Ride:
2003 Honda CBR954RR
Bang For The Buck
3 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
3 / 5
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5 / 5
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5 / 5
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5 / 5
Nice for city driving, but...beware.
This is an interesting lid. Looks great, I get a lot of comments on it (not all are compliments), no fogging issues, good airflow, and it's super comfortable. Easy 5 stars if you're doing city riding ONLY.

The problem comes when you're up on the highways. The first (and last) time I ever took it out on the interstate, I did a shoulder check and the wind hooked up under the mask and blew the entire contraption up over my eyes so I was blind while I scrambled to pull the mask back down. Shark absolutely needs to put a disclaimer on these helmets and come up with some sort of positive locking system for the mask. Zero stars for highway use, and it's now a ~$300 paperweight.

I loved the style though, so I ended up getting a Shark Vancore. Very similar style, but the "mask" is fixed, the goggles are easy to remove, and it's a bit cheaper. They're European only though for now, so you won't find them on RZ :(

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June 27, 2016
Ride:
2016 KTM 1290 Super Duke R
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Solid, Great looking 3/4 helmet
This is my second Shark Helmet. The other is a Shark RSI that is well over 6 years of hard service.

The Raw is my first 3/4 and I was originally worried about wind and noise performance. Fortunately, it is MUCH quieter than I expected and for the most part the wind on my Speed Triple isn't that bad. The only down side I have found in the design is that when I shoulder check at high speed it feels as if the goggles are lifting off my face a bit.
In terms of visibility, the clarity is quite good. A wider field of vision would be nice but it's very usable. The shading of the lens is still usable at night most of the time but on very dark back roads it can be difficult to see details and I wish a clear option were also available at this time.
The helmet breathes ok and the vent does seem to do something. The mechanism is just a plug up top that you leave in or take out. Not as vented as my Shoei but keeps me cool enough.
Color and design are both very good and I have received several compliments on it. Fit is also as described. More of an oval/round.
Overall, I think the price point is fair and I'm happy with it.
December 12, 2013
Ride:
2011 Triumph Speed Triple
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Stylish helmet with lots of great features!
I'll be honest. The main reason I got this helmet is because of its looks. I didn't care that it was technically an open-face helmet, since I only planned on wearing it during short rides around town. However, now that I've gotten a chance to use it for a while, I actually like other aspects of the helmet such as its light weight, comfort, and versatility.

When I received the helmet, there was a slight learning curve in getting everything put together. The goggle straps are not easy to use until you get used to it, and that face mask attachment seems impossible to attach. However, the trick is to attach the mask to the googles BEFORE you attach the goggles to the helmet. TRUST me on that!

The main feature of this helmet is its unique aggresive style. You will not go unnoticed on or off your bike, so be prepared to answer a bunch of questions about it!

The helmet is relatively light weight, which makes sense since it is technically an open-face helmet. However, when you factor in the goggles and mask, it feels and 'sounds' like a full face helmet due to the tight seal the goggles make with the helmet and your face. The padding on the helmet and goggles is very comfortable and not too tight - I didn't have any problems squeezing in some ear buds to listen to music.

I actually like the design of the chin strap. Some have complained that it sits too far forward on the chin, but I actually LOVE that feature! Most of my helmets with normal chin straps tend to snag on my velcro jacket collars and they make me feel like I am choking when I turn my head. But because of its chin strap position, with the Shark Raw helmet makes my head feel more unrestricted.

This is a great helmet overall!
April 3, 2014
Ride:
2006 BMW K1200GT
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Great new look. Fit is awesome and snug
I love this helmet. It's got a unique look to it and provides good ventilation. Some cool different colors to choose from as well. I've been looking for a helmet with the face cowl (like the bell rogue) but this helmet isn't as bulky. Plus it just looks so darn cool. Great buy
April 14, 2014
Bang For The Buck
3 / 5
Awesome Looking Helmet
First of all I'll just say I got this helmet on looks and the good reviews. The helmet itself is more round in shape and originally I ordered a medium based off the sizing chart. I put the helmet on had zero wiggle room at all, my cheek bones had a ton of pressure on them,I felt like i couldn't open my mouth, and there was squeezing on the front part of my head. I knew there was no way I could ride like that, so I called up Revilla and exchanged it out for a large with no problem. The large showed up and much of the excessive pressure and squeezing was gone and had just a little extra room for slight wiggle which I like. The helmet in person look was better then what you see in pictures. The feel of the helmet is awesome once you get the right size. Just off of my experience if your on the border of the next size I would just go up to the next size since this helmet is more round. With the helmet on standing around it does get a little hot, but I'm sure once riding it won't be an issue since it is basically open face. I have only 2 gripes about the helmet: one being when I popped off the one side pod the chrome looking accent ring came un-glued after the very first time. Again called up Revilla they sent me some new ones with no problems and fast! The second problem being you need to be careful when cleaning the inner part of the goggles because it scratches very easily even with using the supplied cloth. Actually I have one more gripe just like everyone else: the face/mouth guard you need to make sure is pushed in all the way because the way it mounts I can see it blowing off. Overall awesome looking helmet, some of the parts might be a little cheesy, so for that I feel this helmet should only be in like the $200-$250 price range.
March 27, 2014
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
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3 / 5
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5 / 5
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5 / 5
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5 / 5
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Great helmet, junky feature parts
This helmet is extremely stylish. It looks great on. The goggles are not too dark to ride with at night, but people look at me like I'm crazy when I do. The fit is nice and the helmet is really light. The helmet itself seems well built and really well thought out. The airflow is great considering it's basically an open face helmet. On the other hand, it's an aerodynamic crapshoot over 70 mph. I ride a naked bike and my head gets pulled every which way. My biggest complaint about the helmet is the junky quality of all the parts that attach to the helmet. Within a week of buying the helmet, one of the plastic clips that attach one side of my goggles to the metal attachment clip (when watching the video, it's the part you rotate to remove the goggles) shattered. I jury rigged it by putting a pin through the elastic loop the plastic clip once sat in, but I'm already in line for another pair of goggles. The face mask is fiddly and a pain in the butt to properly attach to the goggles, and I expect the four conical plastic tabs that keep it stuck inside the bottom of the goggles will snap off one by one sooner rather than later. Also, on the very first time I removed the side cover to take the goggles off the helmet as revzilla recommended, the front locking tab snapped off and still rattles around inside the helmet. The side cover still stays on, there are many tabs left to snap off, but there goes another $20 in parts. The helmet was just shy of $300 to my door, which was a great value. The stuff that has broken already, however, is adding up pretty quickly cost wise.
August 4, 2014
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Bought a Triumph Thuxtron. This helmet will look awesome with my new cafe racer
Horacio H on Aug 29, 2016
For my Son
SEAN M on Jul 7, 2016
Bought a Triumph Thuxtron. This helmet will look awesome with my new cafe racer
Horacio H on Aug 29, 2016
should look the part on my R80 scrambler
Airhead B on Jul 25, 2016
For my Son
SEAN M on Jul 7, 2016
I like the ways if look and feels on my head.
Freddrick B on Jul 5, 2016
the style looks awesome, comes with tinted goggles... reviews are good for venting. wanted full helmet to subdue tanning from glasses on rides.
John T on Jun 27, 2016
Look at it! It's a sweet helmet.
Brice p on May 23, 2016
I love this helmet! Fits well and it's a real head turner in traffic!
Gavin F on May 23, 2016
Look
Christopher V on May 6, 2016
Protection, Style, Versatility & price. Looks great with the gold lenses! :D
Silverio C on Apr 29, 2016
ALREADY HAVE 3 FULLFACE HELMETS...WANTED SOMETHING DIFFERENT (KINDA MEAN OR AGGRESIVE LOOKING) WHEN GOING OUT FOR HOOLIGAN RIDES AROUND TOWN
J E on Apr 11, 2016
It looks awesome, and it got good reviews.
Riley E on Mar 24, 2016
Looks and function.
Brit Y on Feb 18, 2016
looks awesome!
gus c on Feb 11, 2016
one of the best helmet I have, this is the 2nd one I bought in raw series
dinesh mohanlal r on Oct 10, 2015
Overall look, function and price!!! It's just too cool to pass up!!!
Landon D on Aug 29, 2015
style
Phil B on Jul 31, 2015
Looks and I prefer my brains inside my head rather than outside.
D S on May 7, 2015
it was recommended by a friend
Danielle S on May 7, 2015
Look at it. It's awesome. Why even ask.
Sean A on May 5, 2015
Looks awesome. I like different
Stephen M on Mar 28, 2015
Very different looking
A A on Feb 9, 2015
Great design
poknet on Feb 9, 2015
Because the honeys dig it, and I dig the honeys. So lets dig each other. Ya dig?
javier g on Dec 21, 2014
Ease to buy at Revzilla and beautifull helmet.
Sergio G on Dec 8, 2014
Style
Alexander H on Oct 22, 2014
Cool looks, comfort and price.
David H on Sep 22, 2014
Great looking helmet, and it fits true to size. I am a 7 3/4 fitted hat size and took an XL. It's VERY comfortable and surprisingly quiet considering it has separate goggles. Very nice helmet all around, and lightweight.
brian e on Aug 28, 2014
It goes great with my Ural Gobi
George O on Aug 25, 2014
Lightweight. Reviews on it seemed good. The ability to wear the helmet in more than one way and stylish. Also under $300, so hopefully i will get my moneys worth from this well designed helmet. Went with black for the fact that it goes with anything.
Cameron B on Aug 18, 2014
Because it freakin' looks cool! Perfect match for my Ural!
William Y on Aug 7, 2014
Because it look amazing!

I am constantly switching between my full-face, 3/4, and skull cap. I like that this is a cross between the full and 3/4's helmet, and much safer than the skull cap.
kenneth r on Aug 5, 2014
I bought this helmet on looks alone. I hope if fits as well as it looks!
sargent k on Jul 13, 2014
Looks awesome and I wear glasses, so this one makes the guy with glasses "awesome"! :)
Darko S on Jun 25, 2014
Because I am Cobra Commander :)
Jose E on Jun 17, 2014
cause it looks cool
kevin m on Jun 14, 2014
friends gift
Badamseden T on May 28, 2014
Been looking for a nice smooth helmet for a while now. Add to the fact that I have a Matte Black Harley Iron 883 this purchase was like marriage lol. Plus I'm a polynesian with a round head and this helmet would fit really well. Also I'll only be using it as an in town commuter to and from work. Might test it on the highway to see how it hold's up as far as sound goes.

When I receive it I'll do a review and let you guys and gals know what's up. Hopefully It'll look sick. We'll see?
Thomas F on Apr 12, 2014
Shark makes great helmets, I've heard nothing but good things about this helmet and I love the look with this graphic. Not much else to say until it get's here other then I'm very excited to switch from my old half helmet.
Christian J on Apr 7, 2014
For my Bobber it matches really well.
Thipphasone L on Mar 29, 2014
appealing look
Jacob K on Mar 25, 2014
I like it
Víctor R on Mar 18, 2014
I liked the bell raw but the shark's shell covers the entire back part of your head unlike the bell raw.
juan f on Feb 28, 2014
Russian graphics and general "badassery" as Anthony put it.
Sina G on Feb 6, 2014
It looks badass! Also Anthony did a really cool review on it and was listed in the top Fall helmets..just full of Badassery. I'm going to be using this helmet for my commute.
Richard V on Dec 10, 2013
for the look, but I hope it comfortable as well
Romaine B on Dec 3, 2013
the looks of it, and the price, cause I own a naked bike
Jesus G on Nov 21, 2013
Insanely cool looking helmet
Samuel T on Sep 20, 2013
should look the part on my R80 scrambler
Airhead B on Jul 25, 2016
I like the ways if look and feels on my head.
Freddrick B on Jul 5, 2016
Is this, or will this, helmet be DOT-approved? Unless I'm missing something, I see no indication of safety rating. Thanks!
A shopper on Aug 22, 2013
BEST ANSWER: yes it is DOT. revzilla doesnt sell helmets that aren't DOT
what is the recommended communication system for this?
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A shopper on Feb 27, 2016
Hi, does this helmet offer chin/jaw protection? meaning, if the plastic part that seats in the mouth/chin/jaw area is hard plastic and lockable so in a case off a crash that piece would stay in its place? thank you
A shopper on Sep 17, 2013
BEST ANSWER: no its not included in the safety rating. think of it like a open face cause thats literally what it is. its just got the convenience of a very stylish and useful goggle and face mask system attached to the shell of the helmet
What is the SHARKTOOH accessory that is supposedly compatible with this helmet?
A shopper on Aug 21, 2013
BEST ANSWER: Bluetooth communication device. Fits in shark helmets in a cut out in back of helmet under the liner
How well would this helmet work for skiing or snowboarding? My concern is that it could be too heavy/cumbersome. Or plain just not appropriate or safe... Also what about wind and moisture protection using the mask, does it hold back high winds reasonably?
A shopper on Feb 12, 2014
BEST ANSWER: This helmet would work quite well. In my experience it 'feels' heavier at first as opposed to a standard Skiing/Snowboarding crash helmet, but that passes quickly.

Wear a scarf or high collar. Depending on the deviousness of the wind (those of you who have felt the wind go straight up when riding the lift will know what I'm talking about), the helmet offers decent protection. More than you would think looking at it. But the face plate does not cup the chin, so that is a clear avenue for wind. The goggles seat all the way around, so even if you get wind-blown snow under the face plate, it won't obscure your vision.
Does the RAW Soyouz Helmet have the option for a sun shield like the Nano?
John T on Sep 29, 2013
BEST ANSWER: Dunno.
Is this helmet water tight with the face mask attached? Would be nice to use it with out the mask and attach the mask if rain happens on a ride. Rain hurts!
A shopper on Sep 27, 2013
BEST ANSWER: no but it will stop most of the rain from hurting. it doesn't protect the neck obviously
Are the goggels clear or tinted and how much tinted if so?
A shopper on Feb 25, 2014
BEST ANSWER: They have a medium tint. Enough where riding towards the sun is not as bad as of you had a clear visor, but you certainly still have to squint. Also, they have enough tint that night riding is ideal, in my opinion.
Have had an eye on this for a while. Any idea why LG is not available for 6 months now and whether it will be?
A shopper on Mar 8, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Large isn't available? That sucks :( I feel like these helmets do run a bit big. I have a size small, which is what I generally wear depending on the helmet, and it kind of shakes around. So maybe a medium might be a better fit? I hope it comes in soon!
Does this helmet offer chin/jaw protection?
A shopper on Feb 25, 2014
BEST ANSWER: not 100% cover as full helmet, but to me it is safe enough as one street helmet, style is the most priority of this shark raw helmet.