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One helmet with two configurations, the Evoline Series helmets from Shark suits your mood no matter the weather. On warm, sunny days, the helmet can be worn with the chin bar up and the built-in dark sun shield can be flipped down for a squint-free view of the road. If you’re riding through the woods where there can be lots of mosquitoes, configure the helmet with the chinbar forward. Now, you have a full-face helmet with a clear visor to keep the bugs off your face. The sun shield works independent of the chinbar with an easy to grasp indexing tab on top of the helmet. Dual air intakes at the chin and forehead keep air moving over your skull on hot days.

This clever helmet sits on the head comfortably in either the open face or full face configurations. No tools are required for conversion, simply stop the bike, grasp the chinbar’s release tab, move it into the position you like and ride on. As an added bonus, the helmet’s interior liner is fully removable for easy cleaning with warm, soapy water.

Get this helmet by calling TJ at 866.931.6644 ext 817 or, you can email us - FORUMS at RIDERSDISCOUNT dot COM is the address and be sure to let our expert staff know what size and model helmet you currently wear so we can get you a helmet that fits perfectly!

The Evoline in black.




Chinbar up and visor down.








Matte silver finish.
 

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Never really been a fan of eating bugs. Count me out for an open face helmet. I'll stick to my shoei with tear offs. :D
It's a cool idea though for someone interested.
 

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Yea... thought that helmet was pretty cool when I saw it too... my fellow rider sitting next to me were like... only thing it's missing is a blue tooth device sold already installed on it... besides that, nice!
 

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Yea... thought that helmet was pretty cool when I saw it too... my fellow rider sitting next to me were like... only thing it's missing is a blue tooth device sold already installed on it... besides that, nice!
I definitely think we will see more blue tooths installed from the manufacturers in the next few years. Makes life much easier.
 

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That would be nice... would save on some legwork and hopefully be a little less cumbersome than the current Bluetooth models... Hopefully use a flexible circuit board in the back or side of the helmet to install the components on to, so that it's hidden...
 
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