If you’re in the market for a new all-rounder motorcycle helmet, perhaps look no further than SHARK’s latest Spartan RS helmet, introduced in September last year.
- SHARK’s latest Spartan RS meets the new ECE22.05 homologation standard.
- Every SHARK helmet range comes with a 5-year manufacturer warranty.
However, as we are two months away from 2023, SHARK has updated its Spartan RS with a new carbon fibre shell.
Carbon fibre shell is popular among riders as it is strong as its fibreglass counterpart and much lighter.
More importantly, despite the lighter shell, the SHARK Spartan RS Carbon still meets the ECE22.06 homologation standard. That said, the new carbon fibre shell only weighs 1,480grams in size medium.
Also, the Spartan RS is designed to have minimal buffering at high speeds, which SHARK capitalize on its motorsport efforts in MotoGP.
The helmet also features seven air vents, three at the front and four at the back.
Interestingly, the visor is also thicker and straight from the SHARK Race-R Pro GP helmet.
The visor is also rated optical Class 1, which means the rider is provided with an undistorted view. Pinlock 120 Max Vision is also included in the box as standard.
Other notable features include:
- anti-microbial and anti-odour Alveotech fabric liner
- removable/washable cheek pads
- secured with a double D-ring retention system
As usual, every SHARK helmet comes with a 5-year warranty. In Europe, the new Spartan RS Carbon is priced at EUR436.99.