I like the light weight feel. Noisier than I expected it to be at highway speeds. Not impressed with aerodynamics - I like to ride with face sheild up on hot days and the wind against the helmet causes too much vibration. Kinda feels like my head is being battered while riding. Face sheild down, no problem. All in all, a great helmet, just not sure I would use it again for a long ride.
This is my first Shark product and the quality is good for the price.
The helmet is quiet up to 70mph, only issue is goggles try to lift when looking back at speed for overtake.
Off the bike putting helmet on is bit of a pain with wearing glasses as the goggles/mask have to be lifted onto the helmet front.
Chin strap system works well.
Overall a solid quality helmet. The fit is a fairly snug when newly purchased, but not uncomfortable [I have a 7 5/8 hat size, size 62). I purchased the XL sized Shark Raw helmet, size 61]. Of course, the padding will conform more to one's head with regular wear. The visor lens is optically correct, tinted smoke and, at a guess, blocks out about 20% light. I purchased a spare plastic Bilt smoke lens ($10), which I will trim-to-fit inside the Shark visor. This way I can add/remove the secondary lensing inside the visor accordingly for daytime and nighttime riding. The visor and mask are somewhat tricky to join together, as is attaching the visor itself to the elastic helmet strap couplings. Be patient and work each affixing part with moderate pressure. It'll come together. Breathable air flow with the mask equipped is roughly average. Cooling air flow through the opened top vent is better than average. The helmet I received has standard double ring chin strapping, not the orange plastic strap lock as shown in some other media. The cost benefit is found more in styling rather than value, though the helmet is of good production quality. I do personally recommend the Shark Raw Helmet.