Shark Raw Trinity Helmet
great in town or on short rides.
The inside of the goggles get wet when riding in rain, found out the hard way,
Goggles will begin to shake at high speeds to the point that eye focus is distorted- 120-175mph,
The fit is snug but comfortable,
It is loud due to wind flow and in my case a TwoBros pipe on my CBR1000rr,
Love the chin strap and strap configuration,
Top air vent let's air flow you can feel into helmet,
The looks are sick and people really notice, I've had Icon, Arai, KBC, AGV & Suomy helmets that were $600 to $900 with bright colors and awesome graphics that got less attention then my $300 black Shark Raw Trinity,
I would recommend this helmet to people that are looking for a good open face helmet for around town or summer road trips, you have to like the wind in your face because the face guard does little, it's just for looks. It's like having a pain ball mask on your helmet. All in all I'm happy with the Shark, fun, affordable and lightweight.
May 10, 2015
excellent helmet minor drawbacks, *read below*
Lens never fogs, smoked lens is perfect in day or night.
But not everything is perfect.
Shark runs a little big(no issue because revzilla accepts returns)
Chin strap is more difficult to put on than usual.
Goggle lens is very difficult to remove from the frame.
The side covers are removable but be very careful when putting them back on(I damaged one side the first time I took then off)
And last but not least,
The goggle straps are very week. After a couple of uses I could feel my mask get more and more loose(I take care of my stuff)
And it was literally not more than a month and half when I started to notice. Could of been my product was faulty, or I don't know. But I had to purchase another one which was about $30 including shipping.
All in all, I still love my helmet. I'll keep buying goggle straps if needed without a problem. A++++
March 14, 2015
Rock to the face, no prob!
So far I have used my Shark Raw helmet in the rain, shine and cold and it has been awesome! Great field of vision, goggles have yet to fog, cool look, and has kept out the rain (as long as you leave the plug in). The face shield says it offers minimum protection from impact, and that is probably true, however I took a fairly large rock to the face that was kicked up by an 18 wheeler, and I never even felt it! I love my Shark!
January 5, 2015
bad @$$ helmet
best helmet i ever see..... comfortable, safe and beauty.... i just miss some espace on the right side to put my bluetooth mic.... in this specific case i need to install it a bit more in the rear instead in the right side..... but was ok..
December 23, 2014
Style For Days With a Price Tag To Make Wallets Rejoice
If you are looking for a helmet that is awesome to look at, calls attention, and "makes you feel like a fighter pilot" then this is it. This is my first open face helmet and I have to say I like it more then most of the full face and dual sport helmets I have tried.
I can't compare the noise level to other open face helmets but the noise does not bother me as much as I was expecting. People told me that the wind noise would be a bit much coming from a full face but it isn't bad.
The comfort and fit was perfect for me when I first got it but for some reason the pads for the cheeks are have gotten tighter. I lent it to a friend and when I got the helmet back the cheeks felt tighter so I might have to peal them out and readjust them. The comfort is average compared to a well padded full face but air flow is outrageous.
The single vent in the top does a good job flowing air to my head but most of the air just comes from the face. Even with good air flow it keeps my head warm enough in the colder weather. I have used the helmet in 48degree weather and I was ok not too cold but not exactly toasty. I am going to be using it during the winter so I will see how that goes.
Now in terms of durability I don't trust popping the side pieces off to remove the goggles because they look fragile. I have to lift the goggles over the helmet every time to put it on and take it off because I use glasses. So I have to take my glasses off, put the helmet on, lift the goggles, put the glasses on, and then put the goggle back down. I can see that in the near future the goggle straps are going to stretch and that the foam on the goggles are going to come off. At least they sell replacement parts.
Overall I would recommend this to my friends and anyone else because it is just a cool helmet with a good selection of decals. There is no way you can go wrong with this price tag.
November 8, 2014
For the price this helmet is fantastic. build quality is good with a few things only neat-freaks and perfectionists might notice. I had a lot more difficulty connecting the goggles to the straps than I hoped for, but once connected there isn't much need to remove them again ever. I receive compliments on this helmet a lot. It is louder than a full face helmet and lateral vision is only slightly impaired. I work night shift occasionally and have ridden in pitch dark before with no problem seeing through the light tinting on the goggles. Also, I only feel the need to wear sunglasses when riding directly toward the setting or rising sun.
September 23, 2014
Great look, and actually comfortable
This is a great looking helmet that is actually comfortable. It easily accommodates my glasses, but not my Oakleys.
I anticipate wear points being the plastic posts that connect visor to goggles and the elastic goggle straps. Visor is a cheap ($15) replacement and if you keep the hardware, replacing the strap shouldn't be difficult.
June 16, 2014
The pro: good looks, lightweight, rather small size, air flow;
The bad: the goggle limits the side views a little, the foam on the bottom of the goggle makes it a bit hard to breathe, lack of quick release strap is disappointing.
April 23, 2014