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Shark Raw Helmet
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Shape: Round Oval

Weight: 2.61 lbs

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Shark Raw Helmet

If you always wanted to be a fighter pilot but riding motorcycles is as close as you got, the Shark Raw Helmet is here to let you live out your fantasy. The aviation inspired design combines a 3/4 thermoplastic shell with off-road style goggles and a plastic face mask to create a helmet perfect for tearing up the streets in whatever urban jungle you call home. The sweat wicking liner and ventilation system keeps even the hottest heads cool and while the face mask does not provide impact protection, it does do a handy job of keeping bugs and road debris out of your mouth. 

Regardless of what you're riding, the Raw is a helmet for those who aren't afraid to stand out from the pack. Ride apart, ride Raw.


  • 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.

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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Shark Raw Helmet 4.4 5 219 219
great all season everyday helmet Fits spot on with the size chart. no need to guess, it fits snug and exact. goggles are a little bit of a nu sense to install, not because of difficulty but because the material around the rim of the goggles is soft so it just makes the process a lil longer sometimes. vents are pretty, cool looking helmet, no fogging of the goggles ever. I love this helmet. Cant wait to get the other graphics. April 7, 2016
Great look. Alot of airflow I bought this for the look and am very impressed with the fit, ait flow, and style. Would recommend to anyone as an second/additional helmet. April 5, 2016
Perfect Fit Be sure to measure and stick with the guide. Measurements were all spot on for me. Love the style, and front cowl for covering the mouth. March 29, 2016
Weighs almost nothing, stylish and sleek, this is definitely a perfect warm weather helmet. Protection and durability: What's there to say about this helmet. It's open faced with a little extra plastic in areas that most helmets of this type don't cover. If you go down, the upper portion of your head should fair nicely, but don't expect the road to do any favors for your chin. It will keep the bugs out of your teeth though, which is certainly a plus for those vegan riders out there. My gripes in durability come mostly from the straps and the clips you have to attach them to the goggles with. These are rather flimsy and the entire five minutes or so I spent trying to connect the goggles to said straps was also spent worrying that I was going to break them. I've yet to have any problems beyond that, though I've only gone about 100 miles or so. Price: ... I wouldn't mind seeing it $50 lower in this department. The helmet is certainly nice and fits well, but given the quality of the goggles and plate, it seems just a tad too high. Style points boost the price. Comfort: The Raw certainly shines in this department, at least for short rides. It breathes more than well enough to keep you from sweating and fits quite nicely, remaining far less restricting than full faced helmets and the like. I did notice after about 50 miles or so though that the goggles were beginning to push on my face in a slightly uncomfortable way. I believe keeping your speeds down will likely prevent this, though for now, I'd simply say this helmet is meant for shorter rides, or ones involving more frequent stops. Air flow: It's almost like you're wearing nothing at all~ Really though, what else would you expect? This helmet doesn't do much to cut down the wind, and you're going to be keeping your face plenty cool whilst wearing it. Even with the top vent closed, there's more than enough air flow to keep even a Floridian happy. Don't expect to be doing any voiceovers while wearing this thing though. Even at low speeds, everything you say will be ten miles behind you by the time it leaves your mouth. Definitely not a helmet for motologs or the GoPro enthusiasts out there. Did I mention this is definitely a warm weather helmet? Yes? Then don't take it out riding on cold days... unless you like the cold, then by all means, do your thing. P.S. Keeping your speed below 60 or so keeps the noise level down fairly low. Once you go above that, you'd better have earplugs or enjoy the sound of your bike and the wind rushing past or you're going to have a bad time. Style: There's no doubt that this is where the designers wanted to place their cards with this helmet. It's small, sleek and sexy and I've little doubt it will turn a few heads. While the goggles and the guard that attaches to them might not be the most durable, they certainly add something to a type of helmet that usually just exudes a tired, old design. If you're looking for a street helmet and something out of the ordinary that won't leave your wallet in tears and looks good at the same time, this is definitely a product to order. March 22, 2016
Shark Raw Helmet - - Pretty cool helmet! First - Revzilla was very helpful as I was attempting to get a proper fit. Thanks guys! Size XL was the winner and feels great. The goggles feel great and the tint is just right for me on sunny or cloudy days. I've not yet tried them at night. Putting on the face protector was a bit worrisome. The little rubber pins that connect it to the goggles really need a bit of pressure to make them lock up and stay put. I'm never going to take the face protector off as these rubber pins seem to me to be a weak point. I've read other reviews saying the side plates are fragile. I see where they could break if not given a gentle hand. I have had them off several times without incident. Just something to consider. Overall, I'm very happy with the Shark Raw and with Revzilla. If you want a great looking helmet that gives you a great deal of anonymity while riding, this is a fantastic choice! Ride safe - Bugs wash off. Suv's don't . . . March 14, 2016
Looks Awesome If you are looking for a comfortable helmet that looks awesome look no further. April 19, 2016
Great looking light weight helmet I have bought this helmet to wear in a sxs. The google dont seem to fit really tight to my face. Hoping that dust will not make its way inside. I may be able to adjust them to prevent that from happening. I'll report on that later. February 23, 2016
This helmet is awesome but... I was scared to purchase this helmet online without trying it on first and after going back and forth on it I decided to jump right in and buy it. I watched the video 100x and read the reviews. The helmet fits great and you can see everything. So here is my issue. When the guy in the video pops off the side plates to take the goggles off you can see he is not able to put them back on the way they came off. I thought oh OK maybe he didn't try hard enough. WRONG! I ended up having the same exact problem. I mean this is a 300 dollar helmet I would like it to function flawlessly. I love this helmet I would recommend it to others. But I think I've been screwed cause now my helmet looks weird cause the side plates stick out. February 22, 2016
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3 years in the making, this is the latest-and-greatest from Shark, and we finally have a production version. This is the new Raw, sub-$300, urban assault café-styled, naked bike-styled. This is a very different take on the open-face helmet. If we look at it, and this is my matte green version; remember, there’s a black, matte black, a white, a handful of graphics. Remember DOT and ECE-rated as an open-face helmet. Even though you have this polyurethane mouthguard, you have this optically-correct goggle system, it’s still rated as an open-face helmet. I’m going to walk through these more in detail as we move along. Keep that in mind; this helmet is designed for style and protection for the urban, for the cafe, for the naked biker elite. I think Cobra Commander would be really proud, as well.

Let’s briefly touch on fitment. This is a Shark helmet; Shark comes from France. We seen them do a mixture of fit types; this guy’s going to be more intermediate, to neutral, to round; keep that in mind. It’s not as much of a long oval; it’s going to be more of that neutral to round shape. It’s going to fit folks that have more of a wide circumference on their head. Remember, we do ship for free, and I would love to hear your gut reaction on the Shark Raw. Click here, subscribe to us at Revzilla TV. Leave me your comments, your questions, but more importantly, leave me your feedback, your gut reactions on this bad boy.

Diving into some of the feature set: What we see is a very lightweight helmet. Remember you don’t have a chin bar; it’s only rated as an open-faced. It’s going to be 2 pounds 13 ounces, so that means that it’s coming in underneath that 3-pound mark. Very lightweight, very agile; you’re not going to feel it. It is polycarb too, and the polycarb’s not going to be as lightweight as a fiberglass, but again, that’s how they’re able to keep that price point, sub-$300, which is a nice touch. Remember, you’re going to move up a little bit in price as you go into some of the graphic versions.

If I start to flip it on its side, you’re going to see as we break down the basic anatomy; one big vent scoop on top and it’s meant to not have any protrusions, any switches, no big vent scheme. Knowing it is an open-face, you’ll get a ton of air through the front. What they did was they gave you one vent to the scalp, and that’s going to be controlled by this removable rubberized stopper; open or closed. I love what they did; they even gave you a little cloud with some rain there to remind you that really only need to put it in if you want to block the rain. Does have a hole in it, so you could attach it to your key chain so you won’t use it. Again, that’s them looking at this helmet and saying, “This is designed for someone that really cares about the style and the complete look.” Think about some of that hardcore [inaudible 02:35] gear that you might see on the market coupled with this helmet. It’s a very intimidating look.

If you look along the sides, you’re going to see how that goggle system ties back in. If I move it around to the back, you’re going to see that it sweeps, back but again, very clean lines going all the way back. We think from a design and aesthetic standpoint; this thing knocks it out of the park, but there is a bit of a trade off because you’re getting a motorcycle helmet that in certain cases is going to have a little bit less protection, and then also you have a goggle which is a little bit fussier to work with. I’ll be honest about that, than if you had an open-face, a flip-up helmet, or even a full-face helmet.

Diving into the goggle itself, you’ll notice that this helmet comes in 3 configurations. You can completely remove the goggle and wear it in a full open-faced design. You can remove this piece which is your mouthguard, and its polyurethane, and it can be a little fickle putting it on and off. Notice that it’s vented on the back, but it does have a film for debris and dust blocking. Keep in mind guys; this is not part of that DOT or ECE rating. This is just a block that continues the badassery and blocks some of the dust and some of the debris, but in crash situations, it’s going to give you minimal protection.

If you move into the goggle system, this is actually one of my favorite pieces about this. It really is like a high-end ski or snowboard goggle. It has the double-pane design. It’s Carl’s Ice optics which are high-end lenses out of Germany. A double-pane means that while it does have an anti-fog coating, it’s going to almost give you that Pinlock factor that’s not going to fog. If I turn the Shark Raw on its side, you’re going to see it’s completely vented. You’ll notice on the back side of this that it has a full foam layer, so it’s going to be comfortable against your skin.

While I am going to tell you that it fits nicely, it fits snugly, it’s going to create a great seal against your eyes; the removal of it can be a little fickle. What I mean by that is because it is soft, what you can do . . . I’m going to pull this side pod off. You could see how I would do this. It’s one of those things that takes a little bit of time. Getting it off’s much easier, and as I pull it open, you’re going to see how it would slide out. There is my foam layer; it’s vented on the top. Again, premium in its designed; stealing a lot of technology from what I would call the dirt world, from the snowboard world, from the action sports world. They really looked into that. Notice how this side pod would go on. I find personally when I want to remove this goggle, I’m actually going to do it from side pod side of things versus doing it by undoing these side ports, because it is soft and it can be a little bit finicky to get it back on. Pull this down. You can see as I snap it back.

I will say as well that you saw me rotate that off from the sides. You could in certain instances rotate this goggle up and put it on top of the head, but I’m actually going to recommend that you don’t do that, because what’ll happen over time is I believe that this foam layer will start to come unglued over time as you rotate it up. I what I would really recommend is if you’re wearing it with the goggles on, you pull it on and off your head leaving those goggle in the same position. If you want to remove them, you remove the helmet and then remove it from the side pods, that way you’re going to give yourself the best lifespan out of your Carl’s Ice goggle lens and goggle system which is foam-backed.

Keep in mind as well that we should see Shark rolling out new styles of goggles, new finishes for lenses. You’ll be able to accessorize this bad boy or buy a replacement set of goggles moving forward, which is nice because they realize that over time if you’re rocking this bad boy everyday especially in city riding, you’re just going to beat it up. It’s part for the course; that’s what happens on motorcycles. You end up dinging up shields over time, so keep it in mind.

As I flip it open, you’re going to see, I’m going to pull my doughnut up here; Double D-ring construction and they’re using the same premium bamboo liner that we first saw in the Race R Pro. Hypoallergenic, cool to the touch; it’s going to be wicking. You’ll notice around the forehead . . . going to undo this guy and open it up so you can see it fully. You’re going to notice around the forehead and around the cheek and areas where you really might sweat that the material absolutely changes. Again, that’s going to be for additional wicking capabilities. It’s a nice touch; it’s forward thinking. Remember, Shark has Moto 2 and Moto GP riders wearing their stuff. They’re not spring chickens; they’ve been doing this for awhile, so they really understand what it takes to make a premium quality helmet. You’ll see too, notice that secondary material which is softer to the touch and is going to wick a little better. Cheek pads come out very easily; they are Velcro.

Keep in mind as well that Shark has the Sharktooth system. The Sharktooth system is their OEM-style Bluetooth connector. What that does is it allows you to go bike-to-bike or connect with your peripherals and listen to music. This helmet is already going to have a cutout for it, and it’s going to have cutouts on the earpieces so that you’re going to be able to incorporate those speakers seamlessly. Notice here is my comfort liner. Notice 3D in its design. Plenty of cutaways. Remember, its limited venting from the outside-in, but you’re going to get great air flow from the inside or from the front of the helmet. There’s that secondary material. Most of us, including myself, tend to sweat a lot on the forehead, and it’s nice that they gave you that extra wicking material that I’ve talked about a few times. It is hypoallergenic, which means it’s not going to stink over time and your body really should not react with it, even if you have sensitive skin.

Looking in the interior guts of the helmet, you’re going to see big venting channels. Again, they run all the way down to the back of the neck. You could see how they come together starting or emanating from that peak up front. Even as I go over to the ears, you’re going to see these speaker cutaways to take that Sharktooth system. Then in the back of the helmet, this is where you’d remove a piece, you’d incorporate your Sharktooth system, and that’s where the battery and the housing lives. It becomes a very scene less design over time.

Keep in mind, what we really love about the Shark Raw helmet is the style. It’s very unique. I’ll call a spade a spade. You have the Bell Rogue helmet which feels like that Bane-style. This guy’s really Cobra Commander city-inspired low profile, very fashionista, very French, very European and premium in its field. What you’re trading-off is some protection in the face because it’s not full-face, and you’re also trading off the ability to bang it around a little bit. Remember, they’re using high-quality optics and you’re using some PU injected-molded pieces that over time if you don’t take care of them, you might wear them out a little bit. They are also replaceable, so keep that in mind, guys.