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Shark Raw Open Face Helmet
An urban biking helmet that combines compactness and great looks.
- Comfortable natural fibre interior and ventilation system using air vents and diffusers
- Constructed from injected thermoplastic resin
- QRGS: quick release goggle system
- Double anti-fog and antiscratch visor
- Facial protection mask
- Aerodynamic outer shell
- Easy fit for glasses wearers with the goggles
- Outside anti-scratch & inside anti-fog visor treatment
- Quick release visor system
- Optimal comfort for the persons wearing glasses
- 2 shell sizes: optimal morphological adjustment
- Micro lock buckle system
- Use the delicates or cold cycle and place inside a washing net
- Planned location for SHARKTOOTH®
Customer Reviews (1)
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Reviewer: Chris (, TX) 11.4.2013
Awesome helmet, but...
Got my Soyouz in today and promptly put about 100 miles on it. Already got some open stares and one "you look like a pilot or a stormtrooper" comment. There's not too many helmets in this style out there (in the United States, anyway...they seem to be far more popular in Europe) so you'll garner some attention, for sure. Like all Shark helmets, the fit and finish on this lid is top notch. The paint is gorgeous and laid down perfectly, and the liner is comfortable and "pillowy" (for lack of a better term. The lid just looks killer...with the goggle/facemask down. With it up (and maybe it's just the shape of my head, I don't know) I have the most ridiculous case of mushroomhead I've ever seen. I laughed out loud when I saw it in the mirror. Needless to say, I won't be wearing it EVER without the goggles/mask in place. I only gave it four stars because the mask feels flimsy and the clips that attach the goggles to the helmet straps don't feel at all heavy duty. It absolutely wouldn't surprise me if, while tooling down the highway, that the whole thing simply blew away. Mind you, this might be the most secure thing in the world, but it just doesn't feel great. The goggles also tend to scrape the bridge of my nose when I put them on. I'd raise the goggles/mask prior to putting the helmet on to avoid this, but I want to put as little stress on the whole contraption until I see what the replacement parts costs. Despite that, I'd buy this helmet again in a heartbeat and will be looking hard at next year's model, for sure in the hopes that they've improved the goggle/mask design a bit.