Shark helmet collection for 2014 includes five new color schemes

Article by Christian A., on July 15, 2014

SHARK’s 2014 helmet collection has become more lively thanks to the addition of five new colors. SHARK has disclosed new designs for Speed-R, S900-C, S600 and Evoline Series 3 helmets. One of these designs is the Craig, which is available on the Speed-R.

The Craig (£299.99 RRP) is a bold design with block and stripe colors and is available in four different schemes– white/black/red, white/green/red, white/black/red and black/white.

The S900-C Hedge (£199.99 RRP), meanwhile, features very striking design as well as a chrome effect set off against the helmet’s black base color. On the other hand, the S600 Terror (£119.99 RRP) features a monster’s claw on the back with scratch mark detailing across the front and sides.

The S600 Terror also features the SHARK logo in the background. The S600 Terror could be availed in two colors with a green claw while the matt version features a red claw.

The S600 No Panic, meanwhile, now features a new color scheme – florescent yellow against a black base. This version -- No Panic KYK – could be availed at an RRP of £119.99.

A similar color scheme – the Arona HV KYK -- is being offered on the dual-purpose Evoline, which either be worn as a both a full-face or open-face helmet. The Arona carries an RRP of £339.99. [source: Shark]

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