Products 21 Feb 2013

Shark releases Race-R Pro Carbon helmet in Australia

New top-line helmet from Shark now available in Australia through Ficeda Accessories.

Ficeda sent us the following information on the latest helmet from Shark:

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Just 18 months after the revolutionary Race-R Pro hit the Australian market, Shark helmets have lifted the bar once again in the high-end racing division with the introduction of the Race-R Pro Carbon.

Featuring the all new, natural, bamboo fibre liner (quieter, comfier, more hermetic) the Race-R Pro Carbon fits better than ever before, while providing the highest level of safety, stability and features that have become expected of all Shark’s products. The Race-R Pro Carbon also retains all of the technology and features that combine to make the Race-R Pro.

The introduction of the Race-R Pro Carbon also brings about a re-structure in the pricing of the entire Shark Racing Division, with the Race-R Pro
Carbon coming in at just $799.95 (Race-R Pro is now reduced to $749.95 and $799.95 for replicas).

Why the Bamboo fibre liner?

  • Antibacterial – keeps you odor free and feeling and smelling fresh
  • Highly sweat absorbent
  • Powerfully insulating – keeps you cooler in summer and warmer in winter
  • One of the softest fabrics on the planet, you’ll love the way it feels
  • Hypoallergenic – natural bamboo does not cause allergic reactions

More comfortable and hermetic, making for even better performance

  • Carbon/Aramid (lighter) – real reduction in neck muscle fatigue
  • Profiled outer shell and spoiler optimise aerodynamics
  • Natural bamboo fibre interior
  • New design multi-density interior
  • Hermetic neck pad (air and noise)
  • Various cheekpad thicknesses available

Characteristics

  • Outside anti-scratch and inside anti-fog visor treatment
  • Quick release visor system
  • Optimal comfort for the persons wearing glasses
  • Two shell sizes – optimal morphological adjustment
  • Double D-ring strap

Available in sizes XS-XL for the RRP of $799.95. Visit www.ficeda.com.au for further information on Shark in Australia.

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