Fancy winning a Spartan GT Carbon from SHARK Helmet’s – worth over £400 – for simply answering a simple question? Well, you can!

Featuring the latest innovations and expertise acquired by SHARK Helmets over the last thirty years, the Spartan GT Carbon is a full-face helmet featuring an outer shell made from a combination of fibre and carbon layers with Multi-Density EPS, offering superior levels of protection and ultimate comfort on any journey – the new reference among GT sport helmets

The new visor was derived from the brand’s racing origins and boasts a Class 1 optical rating – which means it has a variable thickness to avoid visual distortion regardless of the angle of vision. It features a Pinlock Max Vision and an ultra-soft visor notching movement and central locking mechanism. It has a fully adjustable ventilation system with a dual air intake chin guard, dual air extractors on the rear and ergonomic upper ventilation.

There are SHARK SKIN side plates to minimise aerodynamic disturbances and avoid effects like wind buffeting and noise. Inside, there are 3D cheek pads for a snug fit and optimal support, and the SANITIZED®-labelled ALVEOTECH lining fabric offers enhanced antimicrobial efficiency, free of odour and perspiration. The Spartan GT Carbon also features the SHARK Emergency Release System concept, that allows for quick and intuitive removal of the neck and cheek padding in the event of an accident.

Available in Carbon Skin, as well as nine other graphic options, from sizes XS to XXL. The Spartan GT is also available in a non-carbon version with a fibreglass shell with RRP starting from £339.99.

Check out the whole range by visiting www.nevis.uk.com or call 01425 478936.

Please note: Images shown for illustrated purposes only. Winner will be able to choose from all available colour graphics available at the time of the announcement.

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