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Thread: Need to try out a Shark M or L helmet

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    Need to try out a Shark M or L helmet

    Hi guys/girls,

    Does anyone have a Shark helmet (flip front if possible) in medium or large I could try for size? By measurements I'm exactly in the middle of the two...

    Cheers, Luke

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    go for the M, I went for the large in my Vision R a few years ago and the lining went loose fairly quickly, only by a few mm but enough to make it a loose fit.

    Sorted easily enough with Medium internals fitted.

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    Just go to your local dealership and try them all on !

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