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The Shark Helmets company has been in the business of designing and manufacturing motorcycle helmets for more than three decades now. It all started from the group of French former racers deciding to establish their own brand to make premium-quality gear without a premium price tag. Their products were quickly gaining popularity due to their excellent performance, safety, comfort, and stylish design. Thanks to the use of the latest technologies and cutting-edge equipment, the company’s specialists manage to tweak the existing models and create new designs to reduce wind noise and drag at high speeds.

Introducing the new Vancore line of Shark Helmets inspired by the aggressive design of fighter jet helmets. It comes with a pair of optically-correct, scratch-resistant, and anti-fog goggles which are easy to remove even with a gloved hand. The interior bamboo-based lining with anti-bacterial properties is removable and washable. Note that the chin bar of this helmet doesn’t offer as much impact protection as the one in a conventional full-face helmet.

Shark Helmets® HE3907DKSKL - Vancore Flare Full Face Helmet -

Material: Thermoplastic
Helmet Shape: Round Oval
Bluetooth: Compatible
Helmet Certification: DOT Approved and ECE Approved
Lightweight and aerodynamic
Goggles with an anti-fog and scratch-proof double visor by Carl Zeiss, the world leader in optical quality
Newly designed cheek pads for ease of installation
"Slim fit" shell specially designed to hug the skull shape as closely as possible

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Browse the full catalog of Shark products at, including helmet accessories, such as inserts and liners, cheek pads, replacement sun visors and face shields, Bluetooth communication systems, helmet care products, and other products by clicking the button below:

If you have any questions, feel free to contact me here or call our specialists at 888.903.4344.​
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