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Shark Evo-One Krono helmet in black / yellow

Now £249.99Was £379.99

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Shark Evo-One Krono helmet in black / yellow Product Information

The Evo-One helmet is Shark's latest innovation and thanks to its many advanced technical features, it's set to be their most popular yet. The Evo-One features an 'autoseal' system which flattens the visor onto the helmet, offering far better soundproofing and it also protects the lid from the wet and cold weather. The compact aerodynamic profile is really impressive to look at and the design has also been improved to reduce airborne noise, resulting in a far quieter journey. The visor automatically lifts when the chin guard is lowered or raised in perfect sequence. The sunshield in 23% larger than that on the Evoline model for extra protection.


  • Latest design from Shark
  • Autoseal system
  • Protects against cold and damp
  • Aerodynamic profile
  • Improved protection against airborne noise
  • Five year warranty
  • Weight = 1650g
  • Auto-up and auto-down system for chin guard and visor. 
  • To find out more check out Shark's official Evo-One video using the link below. 

See the full range of colours for the Shark Evo-One helmet

Size Chart

Shark Motorcycle Helmets. Please note: Sizes available are shown on the product page.

XS53 - 54
S55 - 56
M57 - 58
L59 - 60
XL61 - 62
XXL63 - 64

Product Reviews


Grant Naismith: Mr

I found this a good quality helmet. Pluses: Well made, reasonably comfortable to wear, relatively quiet(compared to my Arai), ratchet strap easy and quick to fix and unfix even with gloves,visor easy to remove and refit, slide down sun visor which is easy to operate. Minuses:- putting on helmet takes getting used to to avoid ending up with ears folded in half!, the ratchet strap system is not as comfortable or as adjustable as the double D system, the chin guard catch is a bit flimsy and takes practice to work as does releasing the chin guard from its locked open position at the rear of the helmet.

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