Shark helmets fit well.
The graphic scheme is simple, but cool. The in-helmet flip-down shade visor is both sexy and functional. It allows me to run a clear visor all the time and not get stuck in the dark with a smoke shield.
lots of cushioning.
I installed a SENA Bluetooth unit it just fine as well.
My only gripe: The Styrofoam in the shell moves around a bit. Either the glue is insufficient or the Styrofoam doesn't fit the shell correctly.
I get no movement or feeling from it while wearing it, but while installing the Bluetooth, I noticed that there was a lot of wiggly/loose sytrofoam. I tagged parts of it with a bit of silicone glue to take care of what I perceived to be the problem.
It comes with a pinlock insert, which I haven't tried yet but I've heard is pretty great.
The faceshield is also very thick and looks and feels like it would hold up to major projectile impacts like sizeable rocks. Really nice protective feel.
I ride a 2013 Ducati 848evo in Europe and the helmet feels pretty good at 230 km/h
I recently purchased two of these helmets. I was very pleased with your service and how quickly I received them shipped to my doorstep for free. I really like the helmets and will do business with in the future. I'm not very good on a computer and was leery of ordering on line... you have made the process very painless, thank you.
This is my third Shark helmet, and definitely not my last. The Vision-R feels just as light as my old RSIs do, and they don't have the sunvisor! The Vision-R is quieter, has a wider field of view, better ventilation, a better shield seal, and more ear-speaker space.
I do have two small nits to pick: The sunvisor seems to cut down on the airflow when it's down, and Shark has changed their 'long-oval' shape to more of a 'mild-oval' which doesn't fit my head quite as well.
Still, a great helmet....