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Shark EvoJet Modular Helmet
EVOJET: urban mobility without sacrificing safety
The Discovery range has welcomed a new family member with the arrival of EVOJET.
This brand-new model meets the expectations of urban and suburban users looking to benefit from a safety-first helmet with an innovative design, combining the advantages of a jet, modular and integral models all at once.
Thanks to its state-of-the-art concept of a chin guard built into the visor, users’ trips are made in completely safety, whether the helmet is in the open or closed position, while enjoying a wide field of vision just like a jet helmet. The full-face EVOJET helmet offers an optimal level of protection no matter where the impact points are located.
An innovative design
EVOJET’s new aesthetic codes have been inspired by the urban mobility scene: modern, technological, urban and elegant.
Its sophisticated appearance and two-tone finish, directly inspired from today’s cars, make EVOJET the quintessential trendy urban helmet.Its minimalist design has been worked and reworked down to the most minute detail: the entire mechanical system has been carefully concealed behind the side plates for a truly streamlined style.
Structure and safety :
. Shell made of injected thermoplastic resin
. 2 shell sizes for optimal morphological adjustment
. Micro lock buckle system
. Multi-density EPS
. New concept of a visor that fully incorporates the chin guard
. Optical Class 1-rated visor featuring variable thicknesses
. Anti-scratch and anti-fog visor
. UV380-labeled sun visor treated to resist scratches
. Dynamic anti-fog ventilation configuration
. AEGIS®-labeled MICROTECH lining fabric made from recycled fibers featuring antibacterial properties
. Removable interior suitable for machine washing (30°C max)
. "EasyFit" system: Optimal comfort for riders wearing glasses
. Slot reserved for the Sharktooth® intercom
Aerodynamics and ventilation :
. 2 air inlets
. 1 air extractor
. Aerodynamics optimized by means of CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics) design studies