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Shark Explore-R Carbon Helmet (Size XL Only)

Item: P258407

The Shark Explore-R Carbon Helmet is an adventure, on or off-road style helmet with an aggressive and light weight carbon shell. Based on Shark's new … Read More

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Product Details

Shape: Intermediate Oval

Weight: 3.65 lbs.
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Shark Explore R Carbon Helmet

The Shark Explore-R Carbon Helmet is an adventure, on or off-road style helmet with an aggressive and light weight carbon shell. Based on Shark's new Vision shell, it has the widest field of view and most road-worthy comfort of any dual sport-style helmet. Featuring a removable and adjustable peak, drop-down sun visor and your choice of integrated dirt-style goggles or a traditional faceshield, the Explore-R Helmet has all the accouterments required of a helmet at home on both the dirt and the street.

Features:

  • Carbon shell
  • Helmet can be worn with either the peak and goggles or with a traditional faceshield - all of which are included!
  • Integrated drop-down sun visor
  • Adjustable and removable peak
  • Removable dirtbike-style goggles
  • Integrated goggles are attached to helmet shell
  • Removable and interchangeable 3 piece liner
  • Integrated neck gaiter which zips into its own pocket in the neckroll when not in use
  • Neckroll is PVC free and features reflective material at rear
  • Aggressive ventilation and massive airflow
  • Two upper vents and 1 lower vents with optimized venturi effect
  • ECE 2205 and DOT Certified

Note: Helmet may come with a micro lock or double D-ring chin strap

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Visor broke in less than 2 months
Let me first say this helmet offers a lot, is priced well, and is very comfortable. I love that it is street/DS which is perfect if you ride both and only want one helmet.

My only issue is that when I went to clean the helmet after 2 months of daily use the top right lug broke off the visor during removal. I was simply pulling the visor off as per the instructions and the plastic bit went flying across the room.
No Drama it has a 5 year warranty right? Wrong, wasn't covered. I contacted Revilla and they said they cannot replace the part but offer a 20% off discount for the new visor. I also emailed Shark Helmets directly and have yet to hear from them, has been 2 weeks.

The worst part is that a new visor costs $130 or 25% of the total cost of the helmet. So the helmet is only 75% cover under the 5 year warranty.

This helmet is great, a great idea well executed but once I get my new visor I will be scared to remove it, defeating the purpose of the design. I am also reluctant to recommend this helmet since 2 months after buying it the cost of ownership went up another $130.
June 8, 2015
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
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4 / 5
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5 / 5
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2 / 5
Safe, feature packed helmet at a great price!
Initial thoughts about the helmet after the un-boxing:
Finish of the helmet was phenomenal, no blemishes, packaged nicely. A few fingerprints on the face shield & drop down shade which was annoying but cleanable.

Riding with it the first few weeks:
Helmet fitment is true to size, similar to my Bell RS-1. Nice & comfortable liner, only issue is that I need to wiggle the helmet around to get my ears to conform back into shape after slipping it on. Wind noise is much quieter than the RS-1, but ventilation is much lower. Visors fog up easily, needed to crack the visor open to clear it up. Have treated it with RainX anti fog since. Also the visor mechanism is nice to replace/install, however Bell has it beat on ease of use & functionality. Chin strap is well built, but not as comfortable as the RS-1. There's a cheap feeling plastic retainer that holds the strap excess in place, which makes me appreciate the magnet retainer on my Bell. Overall, it's a great helmet for the price and functionality. Only thing left is to install a bluetooth comms system!

PROS:
Two helmets in one!
Carbon helmet for lower price than competitors
Super light, smaller shell, no bobblehead effect
Great visibility
Low wind noise & drag during head checks
Drop down neck gaiter works well in the rain

Cons:
Visors fog up easily when worn in normal configuration
Cheaply made attachment mechanism for goggles
Minimal ventilation (better for colder weather)
No pinlock option
Cannot have visor and peak installed at same time!
December 23, 2014
Ride:
2006 Suzuki SV650S
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
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5 / 5
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5 / 5
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4 / 5
Favorite Do-All Helmet
This helmet is a little warm, and the visor fogs easily in the street configuration. Otherwise it's great:

This is a very comfortable, high build quality helmet that is suitable for both dirt and super slab riding. You can reconfigure it on the fly to either use a peak + goggles, or to use a face-shield with a smooth contour.

The venting is good; it has left and right adjustable vents on the top, one vent in the chin bar, and the visor can be propped open. The visor cannot be locked closed. The chin bar is a little bit closer than some other full face helmets and may leave some riders feeling claustrophobic.

If you are about to move to the dirt, you can remove the face shield and replace it with the included peak. The peak and face shield are mutually exclusive, both cannot be installed to the helmet at once. With the peak installed, the included goggles can be attached directly to the helmet. Removing the goggles is easily done with a purpose built quick release mechanism on the left side.

Also on the left side of the helmet is the lever to actuate the internal sun visor. The internal sun visor is not obtrusive, optically precise, and blocks most sun that comes in the eye port. The action of the sun visor is precise and satisfying.

The build quality on this helmet is excellent, particularly keeping in mind the many features and the sheer amount of accessories included in the price. It is an excellent helmet for ADV touring.
June 19, 2015
Ride:
2006 Yamaha FZ6
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
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5 / 5
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5 / 5
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5 / 5
Most comfortable helmet.
I'm usually a Medium in men's helmets, or a Large in women's specific ones. The explore-r i'm a size Small. That said, it's the most comfortable helmet I've ever worn.

The features are endless. The integrated sunglasses are great. They obviously don't work when the goggles are on, but the goggles are tinted anyway.

I'm not particularly strong, and some helmets strain my neck after longer rides. This helmet is light and the padding is comfortable enough to wear all day.

I don't like the carbon finish, but it was all that was available at the time.
May 19, 2015
Ride:
2015 Yamaha WR250R
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
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5 / 5
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5 / 5
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5 / 5
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5 / 5
Fantastic all in one helmet
I've been researching dual sport helmets for some time now and came across this one and was sold. I have a 58cm, intermediate oval head shape which the sizing chart said was the largest head size for the medium which was dead on. Fantastic fit and finish in my opinion. All the vent switches and sun shade knob work very smoothly. A great feature is the visor defogging lever that pops up the visor (when using the included visor) by a few millimetres instead of using the first detent position. It also has ample room for the speakers from a communications device of which I'm using an Interphone FX4 XT although Shark has partnered with Interphone to offer a helmet specific unit that allows for the battery to be nicely hidden withing the back of the helmet. I have not ridden with the helmet yet as my BMW is still on order but with what seems to be an exceptional seal using the visor and also the perfect fit of the included goggles, I expect it will be quieter than most. I found this helmet even more comfortable than the Arai XD4. The only drawback I have found, and knew before I purchased, is that you cannot run with the visor and peek at the same time although there is a YouTube video out there showing someone has figured out how to do so. Switching from goggle w/peek mode to Hwy visor mode is a breeze. Looks absolutely awesome in person and super comfortable with the bamboo infused liner. The inner vent channels are deep and run the length of the helmet so cooling shouldn't be an issue. Great buy!
June 23, 2014
Ride:
2014 BMW R1200GS Adventure
Protection & Durability
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4 / 5
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4 / 5
An outstanding helmet for the all rounder ridder.
I have been ridding adventurer style for the last 30 years and i have had so many different types of helmets, I will have to say this is the best helmet I have had so far.
I will say though its a little noisy but all the other features far out weigh this.I highly recommend.
November 25, 2014
Ride:
2009 BMW R1200GS Adventure
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3 / 5
Cool Concept, Didn't Last 3 Years!
While I really liked the versatility of this helmet and how light it was compared to the competition. I WOULD NOT RECOMMEND IT!

I wore it commuting on and off (also during a few rain showers), during a week long ADV trip through Utah, Nevada, and Northern California, and a few dirt rides to the local OHV park. The drop down visor was a nice feature when commuting, along with the neck gaiter, and the visor had a huge field of view (needed a pinlock though!). It was also incredibly light weight, which made it comfortable to wear on long trips.

The downfall of this helmet was it's durability and build quality, which is why I will never buy from this brand again.

First, one of the posts that holds the goggles fell off, but it was an easy fix remedied by contacting Shark and ordering new ones (along with some Loctite).

Second, I started to notice that the cheek pad covers stain from dirt & sweat easier than other brands, and they're hard to wash out (by hand). I've come to favor other brands method of cheek pad attachment, and the quality of materials is lacking in the inner liner. The inner main liner has also started to detach, and the fabric is loose within the helmet.

My last concern, and the reason why I won't wear the helmet any longer, is that all of the foam inside the helmet has delaminated from the shell. (It's floating around inside the helmet). The front most piece of foam near the breath box is completely removable (delaminated),

I really wanted to keep this helmet for longer and turn it into my main commuter helmet, but I'm now forced to look for alternatives.
August 14, 2017
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
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5 / 5
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5 / 5
Excellent multi-purpose helmet!
Overall this helmet is excellent. Fit and finish are top-notch, and it feels like a quality piece of work. Details follow:

Appearance: Love it. The finish is excellent, with no visible rough spots or irregularities.

Fit: I chose intermediate oval because it's in the middle of the slider bar. Wider at the ears than some helmets I've worn, narrower than others. Plenty of room in the chin area for my beard. The only reason I knocked a point off for comfort is because the foam padding on the goggles press on my nostrils a bit, reducing my ability to breathe through my nose. It doesn't hurt at all, but it forces me to breathe through my mouth rather than through my nose.

Field of view: Very tall top to bottom. Side to side, it varies. With the normal shield, it is wide. The goggles narrow the field of view, but it's still possible to do quick head checks with no problem.

Noise: Depends on how you run it. With the peak and goggles, there is quite a bit of wind noise, but that is easy to overcome with earplugs. With the visor and no peak, it is quiet.

Ventilation is very good.

Other comments:

- The helmet likes clean air. My windscreen has a large adjustment range, and the helmet worked best with the screen in the lowest position and the most laid back, giving the helmet lots of clean air. There is some lift from the visor at highway speeds, but less than I had anticipated, and it is minimally affected by crosswinds. With the bike's windscreen in its highest position, the peak would catch a little turbulence and buffet a bit...not bad, but noticeable, and honestly no worse than a regular helmet with the visor wide open.

- I wish the peak could adjust down a bit more. That would help out a lot when riding into the sun...with the large vertical field of view, the sun becomes bothersome sooner than with other helmets I've had.

- Optical quality of the visor and goggles is excellent. I get some occasional minor reflections in the goggles when the sun is low in the sky, but they are barely noticeable.

Overall, it's an excellent, versatile helmet.
March 6, 2015
Ride:
2013 Yamaha XT1200Z Super Tenere
Bang For The Buck
2 / 5
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Jack off all trades, master of none
I've used this helmet in summer and winter now and its no adventure helmet. It works well in normal road mode, but the put peak and goggles are useless. I'd rather fully commit to either a road helmet (and save weight) or get a proper adventure helmet next time.

During summer times the goggles work well to increase airflow, but I find the fit isn't that great and the nose piece just ends up pressing down on my nose - ok for going to work, but for long journies it becomes unbearable. The peak is completely useless, it has a very small overlap in the middle for blocking the sun and if you can tilt your head forward for enough it works ok if the sun comes from the front. When I'm wearing my neck brace it becomes even more useless as I'm unable to tilt my head forward far enough to block the sun.

During winter fogging of the goggles is a major problem and so I switched to visor. Visor and peak together doesn't work as the visor only opens half way while the peak is down. An anti-fog film insert is a must for the visor and it would have been nice to be able to get something similar for the sunshield.
September 14, 2016
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
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4 / 5
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5 / 5
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5 / 5
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3 / 5
great features
If you like to ride off road, but need to travel on the pavement to get to your off road ride, what a great helmet--- it has it all. If your riding with a group and the dust is really kicking up, pop off the visor and use the goggles. Love the internal sun visor.
I find it quieter than two other top of the line helmets I've owned. I'm very pleased with it. I little tight at first but you will work into it. Overall very pleased---nice styling as well.
September 1, 2014
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