SHARK D-SKWAL 2 Zarco Replica Helmets at RM 650 Only

  • The SHARK D-Skwal 2 is derived from the Skwal 2.

  • The helmet has plenty of features for performance and comfort.

  • It provides great stability and is relatively quiet.

The SHARK D-Skwal 2 helmet derives its shape from the SHARK Skwal 2 performance helmet. The only difference between the two is the former is not equipped with the LED of the latter.

The D-Skwal 2 offers outstanding aerodynamic enhancements thanks to its spoiler, providing for optimal fluidity and tremendous stability. It takes full advantage of a new ventilation configuration identical to that of the Skwal 2 model, to which it owes its inspiration.

Structure and safety:
. Shell made of injected thermoplastic resin.
. Micro lock buckle system.
. Multi-density EPS.

. Pinlock Max Vision® included in the box .
. UV380-labeled visor treated to resist scratches.
. “Autoseal” system: enmeshes the visor into the helmet, thereby improving soundproofing and making the helmet resistant to both water and cold air.
. Quick visor release system.

. “BIRD EYES” lining fabric, black color.
. Removable interior suitable for machine washing (30°C max).
. “”EasyFit”” system: optimal comfort for riders wearing glasses.
. “”Dual use”” anti-fog breath guard removable.
. Anti-fog mask.
. Slot reserved for the Sharktooth® intercom.

Aerodynamics and ventilation:
. 2 air inlets.
. 2 air extractors.
. Aerodynamics optimized by means of CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics) design studies.

. New ventilation configuration identical to that of the SKWAL 2 model.

There are two variants.

Please click below for the SHARK D-SKWAL 2 Zarco Replica 2019 Mat orange white blue:

Please click the link below for the SHARK D-SKWAL 2 Zarco Replica 2019 Mat anthracite silver:

Delivery cost:

RM 50.00 for West Malaysia and RM 100.00 for East Malaysia.

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Wahid's lust for motorcycles was spurred on by his late-Dad's love for his Lambretta on which he courted, married his mother, and took baby Wahid riding on it. He has since worked in the motorcycle and automotive industry for many years, before taking up riding courses and testing many, many motorcycles since becoming a motojournalist. Wahid likes to see things differently. What can you say about a guy who sees a road safety message in AC/DC's "Highway to Hell."

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