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SHARK RACE-R PRO Blank Black Helmet

Casco Shark Race-R PRO Blank Helmet Black. Made of carbon fibre, this helmet has been developed as if it were a competition helmet, to provide safety and technology at the highest level. The Race-R Pro stands out for its lightness, stability, comfort, precision and aerodynamics. The rider just has to worry about riding, shark takes care of the rest: "Just race! We care about the rest!"


    Made of carbon fibre.

    Two shell sizes for a better fit to each size.

    Efficient ventilation system with 6 air inlets (1 on the chin bar with 3 positions and anti-pollution filter, 3 on the front, 2 on the top) and 7 extractors.

    Optimisation of the Venturi effect.

    Double blade spoiler to counteract high speed aerodynamic force and gain stability (CFD: Computational Fluid Dynamics).

    Optical class 1 clear screen with variable densities (2.8 mm at the edges and 4.25 mm in the centre); offering a perfect optical quality. With external anti-scratch and internal anti-fog treatment.

    The screen has four anchor points with safety block (technology patented by Shark).

    Quick release visor system.

    Side pads optimised for persons wearing glasses. (Easy Fit system patented by Shark).

    Interior padding thermoformed with anti-allergy treatment, removable, washable and micro-aerated.

    Neoprene padding on the neck; offers elasticity and is water resistant.

    Removable breath guard.

    Double D-ring magnetic strap.

    Predisposition for installing Sharktooth® intercom system (not included).


    ECE 22.05


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