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New Versions of Popular Drak Helmets from Shark



If you are looking for a comfortable and stylish-looking helmet for nice and easy cruising on your Honda CTX700, consider trying a Shark Drak open face helmet. Introducing a line of updated versions for the lineup consisting of Street-Drak, X-Drak, and S-Drak. They come with integrated sun visors and thermoplastic chin bars that can shield your face from bugs and rain but offer no protection in case of a crash, so riding a sportbike while wearing this type of helmet is not a good idea.

On the other hand, an open face helmet offers a wide field of view and great ventilation, which is great for summer rides. You can choose from a variety of styles, colors, and materials. Drak helmets come with thermoplastic, fiberglass and carbon fiber shells. All models are Bluetooth compatible and feature removable and washable liners.

Street-Drak Street Neon Matte Open Face Helmet by Shark at MOTORCYCLEiD.com


Specifications:
Material: Thermoplastic
Helmet Shape: Round Oval
Bluetooth Compatible
Integrated Sun Visor
Helmet Certification: DOT Approved
Features:
Street Fighter inspired
Slim-fit shell specially designed to match the skull shape as closely as possible
Lightweight, balanced, aerodynamic design
Micro-tech interior with antibacterial properties under AEGIS® license
Ultra Thin Frame and Full Vision Goggles with a double anti-fog visor
Face mask and goggles Quick Release System

X-Drak Terrence Open Face Helmet by Shark at MOTORCYCLEiD.com

Specifications:
Material: Fiberglass
Helmet Shape: Round Oval
Bluetooth Compatible
Integrated Sun Visor
Peak Visor
Helmet Certification: DOT Approved
Features:
Neo-Retro Look
Slim-fit outer shell for a lower helmet profile
Removable face mask and visor included
Removable peak using snaps
Large adjustable ventilation system on the top with sliders adjusted airflow system
Compatible with eye-ware

S-Drak Carbon Skin Open Face Helmet by Shark at MOTORCYCLEiD.com

Specifications:
Material: Carbon Fiber
Helmet Shape: Round Oval
Bluetooth Compatible
Integrated Sun Visor
Peak Visor Compatible
Helmet Certification: DOT Approved
Features:
Slim-fit outer shell for a lower helmet profile
Snaps for optional peak
Premium finish
Gunmetal finish on the mask and side panels
Perforated leather-like neck pad
High-end suede interior
Compatible with eye-ware

All the helmets listed above are available in different colors and finishes featuring a variety of graphics. Click on the image to enter the product page for more information.
Browse the full catalog of Shark products at MOTORCYCLEiD.com, including helmet accessories, such as inserts and liners, cheek pads, replacement sun visors and peaks, Bluetooth communication systems, helmet care products, and other products by clicking the button below:

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Thermoplastic shell is a non starter for me. I like the look though.
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Thermoplastic shell is a non starter for me. I like the look though.
Let me point out that there are fiberglass and carbon fiber versions too.

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I use a Shark. Nice, comfortable helmet.

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My wife uses a Shark helmet (not sure of the model name off the top of my head) and she likes it. Mainly bought it because she likes the green LED lights on it, but seems like a solid helmet. She's more visible at night, if nothing else.

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My wife uses a Shark helmet (not sure of the model name off the top of my head) and she likes it. Mainly bought it because she likes the green LED lights on it, but seems like a solid helmet. She's more visible at night, if nothing else.
This is the one, I guess.
Shark Helmets® - Skwal Switch Riders Full Face Helmet - MOTORCYCLEiD.com

We have them on sale btw. 32% Off

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My wife uses a Shark helmet (not sure of the model name off the top of my head) and she likes it. Mainly bought it because she likes the green LED lights on it, but seems like a solid helmet. She's more visible at night, if nothing else.
This is the one, I guess.
Yes, but in black.

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Yes, but in black.
That's cool. We have its updated version too:

Shark Helmets® - Skwal 2 Blank Full Face Helmet - MOTORCYCLEiD.com

Specifications:
Material: Thermoplastic
Bluetooth Compatible
Integrated Sun Visor
Pinlock Ready
Helmet Certification: DOT Approved and ECE Approved
Features:
Updated aerodynamic design enhanced spoiler
3 Brighter Green LED lights with Blink/Steady mode
Rechargeable battery: 5 hours of continuous operation, 10 hours while blinking per charge
USB cable included
Pinlock® MaxVision® visor included
Autoseal system
Integrated sun shield
Bamboo treated interior for triple effectiveness: antibacterial, anti-sweating and hypoallergenic
Revised visor mechanism

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As opposed to new looks, I prefer better improvements and new working innovations.

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