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Shark launches new Race-R helmet

By Marc Abbott -

Helmets

 04 October 2010 14:44

The new Race-R Pro and Race-R from Shark will replace the RSR2 helmets at the top of the firm’s range. The Race-R Pro is a new high end model made of carbon composite, while the Race-R doesn’t feature the double blade spoiler and is designed to be more touring-focused than track-only. Here are the specs...

Race-R Pro
• Pre grooved for ‘Sharktooth’ communication system
• Carbon composite shell, in two sizes
• Double-bladed spoiler
• Double-D chin strap with magnetic end
• Variable thickness visor, from 3mm at periphery to 4.25mm in centre, with new anti-scratch, anti-fog coating
• Removable, washable and anti-bacterial lining; interchangeable cheek pads for a perfect fit
• Neoprene neck pad for elasticity and water resistance
• Nose mask and chin cover
• Claimed weight of 1250g (+/- 50g)
• Sizes from XS to XL

Race-R
• Pre grooved for ‘Sharktooth’ communication system
• Compostite fibre shell, in two sizes
• Double-D chin strap with magnetic end
• Variable thickness visor, from 3mm at periphery to 4.25mm in centre, with new anti-scratch, anti-fog coating
• Removable, washable and anti-bacterial lining; interchangeable cheek pads for a perfect fit
• Neck pad with neoprene sections for elasticity and water resistance
• Neoprene neck pad for elasticity and water resistance
• Nose mask and chin cover
• Claimed weight of 1450g (+/- 50g)
• Sizes from XS to XL