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Can’t make up your mind whether you want a full-face and open-face helmet? Shark could help you decide with its new EvoLine helmet.

The secret’s all in the unique – and patented – Tech-Move System chinstrap. With one movement the chin bar unlocks, moves back and fits in neatly and unobtrusively at the back of the injected thermoplastic resin shell. The chin bar closure system is stainless steel.

EvoLine then turns into a jet-style lid – with one hand – that sports a sturdy protective visor. There’s been plenty of time spent making the EvoLine as comfortable as possible,and the Meryl interior is fully detachable and washable with plenty of air flow through dedicated channels. Even the visor can be changed without the use of tools.

All Shark helmets come with a five-year warranty, and the EvoLine is no different. The EvoLine is available in a choice of six finishes and a wide range of sizes. Prices start at $699.95 Check it out at


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