Yeah, I know this post is as old as dirt. I would not go with Sharkskinz, unless you simply have the money to spend. My reason is not so much the cost, but the thickness. Sharkskinz are very light and thin. The problem is a low side (light crash) might grind away an entire section of the glass.
A cheaper, thicker glass is the way to go, since it will be much easier to repair with fiber cloth & resin if you are to wreck again.
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