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Hey guys this is Reuben with Competition Accessories welcome to our review of the all new Shoei GT Air Motorcycle helmet. This is a brand new helmet for 2013 from Shoei. It is actually the first full face shoei helmet that we've seen with an integrated internal sun-visor. So if your familiar with the Shoei Neotec that was released last year that is a modular helmet its gone over extremely well very popular modular helmet they brought over that same sun-shield design into a full faced helmet. So you guys who have been waiting for a high end full faced helmet from shoei helmets that has an internal sun-visor this is your motorcycle helmet. Now a couple of things to talk about with this internal sun-visor while were here , this is the only sun-visor that im aware of that is installed in a motorcycle helmet that actually meets the American National Standards Institutes rating for non prescription eye-wear. So that A.N.S.I standard that you might have seen on safety glasses and things like that , that actually guarantees that this is optically correct shield and its also guaranteed to be shatter proof and it has an anti scratch and anti fog coating on it .Its actually going to function very well as eye protection as well as being optically correct and not creating any kind of distortion or anything. I've actually been able to put about 20 miles on this helmet earlier today. This internal sun-shield is very clear , and its also very very convenient if you've never had a helmet with this type of system inside it it just makes it very convenient. So if your commuting or riding where the light conditions may change if you might go into a tunnel or under some tree coverage and you need to adjust for the light conditions . Its a simple slider switch on the side of this helmet, so the Gt-air helmet has this slider you just slide that forward or back to raise it up or down. Its very straight forward and easy to use and that tinting is just the right amount for bright sunny conditions and like i said for darker conditions you can raise it up out of the way and you have your clear face shield. Now if your familiar with the Shoei Neotec the modular helmet that is what introduced this system for Shoei last year, it went really well very very popular helmet.One thing Shoei helmets did very differently with the Neotec and they brought it over to this model there the GT Air helmet is rather then compromising on the thickness of the EPS liner(which is the foam on the inside of the helmet that is what actually absorbs impact) instead of taking away some of that thickness for that internal shield to retract what they've actually done is they built up the forehead area of this helmet shell and they have raised it up to allow for that a little bit of area a little bit of room inside that is needed for that internal visor to raise up out of the way without compromising the thickness of the EPS liner. So its not going to compromise on the safety of the motorcycle helmet. You have the same integral shell design here the EPS liner is not compromised on thickness. If i actually turn the helmet sideways you can actually see where that ridge is , the raised portion that that internal visor can move up and out of the way without compromising on the safety of the helmet. Were talking about face shields here. This is actually a new shield as well its called CNS1 shared with the Shoei Neotec. Its actually a taller and wider eye port then the Shoei RF-1100 so you have a little bit more vision out of the GT-Air helmet and they actually include the pin-lock insert and the pin-lock ready shield with it. So you might notice there's some little plastic posts on either side of this shield and that is actually for instillation of the pin-lock system. If your not familiar with that we actually have a full detailed review how to install it how these systems work at preventing fog but its essentially a little anti-fog insert. Its a poly carbonate insert that goes inside the shield and installs right between these two posts. It gives you a nice little sealed edge and it creates a bead of air between the inner shield and the outer shield which insulates the out side from the inside which does a really good job at preventing fog especially in colder weather. Ive had one on my helmet all winter long and they are indispensable for cold weather riding, they really help to prevent fogging. The helmet shield is removed with a simple lever system on the side here its a little trigger that you pull and then if you pop away the sides you just have to give it a little pull there its going to pull away. And while we have the shoei shield half way taken off here i wanted to point out the way you use the gaskets on the Shoei GT Air, there's actually a duel bead gasket. You can actually see that there is two layers of material that go all the way across the brow at the top and all the way across the sides and all the way across the bottom . What that does is it actually gives you two layers of protection from the elements like if its raining or if its really cold out or if you want a really good seal or preventing wind noise this helmet actually seals up really really well to prevent any wind or water from entering the helmet. So we have a duel bead system that goes all the way around, and it actually extends pretty far along the sides here and then the top of the shield. Let me go ahead and install this so you can see this because i really like the way that they designed this, to re-install just like up the upper tab here and give it a press and it will click back down if it will line up right. When you close the shield if you look here you can see they actually have a little bit of molded plastic that is part of the base plate, and the shield kind of takes up the rest of the space and then from there that rubber gasket takes over. They have done a really good job sealing up an area that a lot of helmets get a lot of wind noise. A lot of older Shoei helmets have a lot of problems with whistling wind noise for base plates that weren't adjusted right. These base plates are actually self adjusting they will pull the shield tight up against the helmet give you a really positive seal all the way around that gasket. The other thing that i wanted to talk about before we get to the inside of the helmet is the shell construction. Now we've already talked about the shell how its raised up to provide an area for that internal sun-visor to have some where to go and not compromise on the thickness of the EPS liner , so you can actually see that ridge where the front part of the helmet where it is raised up. This is Shoei motorcycle helmets AIM shell its their advanced ingratiated matrix which is a blend of carbon fiber , Kevlar and fiber glass. You'll notice that the shape of this helmet is a very unique shape as well. You have some different details throughout the helmet for aerodynamics, we have a large arrow spoiler in the back and that's just for stability its helps reduce lift or buffeting at all speed like i said i put about 20 miles on this helmet so far and im impressed by how it flows threw the air its also a very quite helmet. Were actually going to do a actual real world review at a later time when Ive actually had a chance to put some real miles on this helmet, and ill give you my actual opinions on how well it actually functions. For my quick little ride it flows really nicely threw the air , i know Shoei has a full size wind tunnel that holds a motorcycle with a rider and helmet and they do extensive testing for both wind noise , lift, aerodynamics ventilation they really test these things very very thoroughly . Taking a look at the ventilation system you have a chin bar vent and i can tell you from my short ride today it is a very effective chin bar vent, a lot of helmets that i have tried if you open and close the chin bar vent you honestly cant tell a whole lot of a difference , well this one actually moves quite a bit of air. You can actually feel it come up threw the helmet, and it actually directs the air right here up onto the face shield which is going to help combat fog it also helps give you some fresh air into the helmet. I did want to point out that this breath deflector is included in the box with the helmet , its not installed on the helmet when you get it out of the box but it does come with it but its a simply pushes in and its held in like a rubber piece and that just helps deflect your breath away from the shield again helping to combat fog. The upper vent is a two position slider and its kind of a ram air scoop. So its stuck up on the top of the helmet which is going to be a great place for those of you who have larger touring bikes or bikes with windscreens that give you a lot air protection. This is actually up at the highest point off the top of your head so its actually going to be in the great place for wind to come down inside the helmet. And it works really well its got two positions half way open and fully open. Slide the whole top piece back and forth . Obviously easy to use with gloves on. When i open this , granted today's only 65 degrees, but when i opened it i really felt it on the top of my head. On the back you have a rear exhaust vent, again just slide,this one is just open or closed. An area of low pressure is created behind the helmet as you ride which is going to help bring that warm air out the back of the helmet. It comes out here and actually at the base of the helmet neck roll there is some more areas for that warm air to come out the back. Now before we pull the whole helmet apart, I do want to throw it on the scale here to see how much it weighs , and every time you add things like internal sun visors and other features it typically adds a bit of weight to the helmet but this ones coming in at 3.7 pounds and this is a size large and that is definitely a respectable number. Here is a size large RF1100 and you can see that is 3.65 pounds . So some how Shoei has managed to make the GT Air with out adding a ton of weight when compared to the RF 1100. Now like i said i did have this one on earlier and compared to the RF-1100 im going to say its the same type of head shape which is typically an intermediate oval for Shoei's , they happen to fit me very very well. In this particular helmet it was a smidgen tighter then the RF1100 is. So keep that in mind i'm not going to say that it is anywhere close to needing to go up or down a size but in my opinion trying these on back to back this one did feel slightly tighter. So if your familiar with Shoei helmets and you know which size fits you best you are going to be reassured that this will fit you pretty well also. Now lets take a look at the inside of the GT Air because they have done some pretty neat things on the interior. First of all on the neck roll here and that's this part that goes all the way around the base of your neck. They've actually created it so that it encompasses the base of your neck and your jaw line and it really raps around the nicely around the back of your head that really works wonders at not only preventing unwanted air from swirling up inside the helmet but keeping the helmet quite. So that's very dependent on your bike by the way no matter what helmet your in , if your bike has a wind shield or a faring that directs a lot of air right at the base of your helmet no matter what helmet you have on its going to be noisy . Where as if your on a completely naked bike or a bike with a substantial windshield where you would have a lot of wind protection where you'll have a lot quieter of a ride. You have a really good chin curtain that is built into the helmet as well and this piece right here comes in right under your chin, provides a lot of coverage prevents a lot of unwanted air from swirling up ,and then the cheek pads have a lot of good jaw line support and then all the way around the back of the helmet which is very comfortable as well. You may notice these red tabs here there's actually a little sticker they include on the side of the helmet for emergency personnel. This is actually their emergency quick release system that they have used on their race helmets like the Shoei X-12 or the off road helmet call the Shoei VFXW and its for emergency personnel to know that if they grab this little red tab and they give it a pull they can actually remove the cheek pads right out of the helmet. What that does it allows them , if you were to go down and have a really nasty accident and your unconscious or they suspect you might have a neck injury , they can actually pull these out while keeping your head stabilized and that has enlarged the opening at the base of the helmet that much further. You can see how much easier it would be for them to now remove the helmet minimizing any movement to your neck to not create any further injury, if they suspect a neck injury. The chin curtain is also removable so if you decide you want to ride without it it warm or hot weather or something like that and you just want some more air flow up underneath you can pull that out. And then the crown liner is also fully removable, so you can pull that out with a few snaps around the front a couple snaps at the back and the crown liner comes right out. Now Shoei does an exceptional job a lot of people question what the extra expense is for and they do a very good job at making sure the liner is going to work with conjunction with the EPS liner( the foam liner that's in the helmet itself). This is their 3d max dry liner its moisture __ its antibacterial and you'll see that they actually use two different types of foam on different parts of the GT-Air helmet. So the top they use a much denser foam in fact if you zoom in there you can see there are different layers of foam that they use and that's to give you that really custom fit where the helmet is really hugging your entire head and staying really comfortable and without creating any unwanted pressure points . Foam that comes around the forehead area a lot of helmets tend to put a lot of pressure some times too much pressure this is a softer foam. So its going to be a lot more comfortable in that area. They've done the same type of thing with the cheek pads they are contoured to hug your face not to make you bite your cheeks or anything like that you can see its a very nice sculpted cheek pad with a nice large piece to go over the ears to keep the GT-Air helmet quiet. Now while were talking about the ears this helmet has something else that i think Shoei has done really well we have these little speaker pockets that is built into the shell itself and they are actually removable so if you grab this here you can actually pull this out and its just a little bit of foam padding with a little plastic ring and that's actually going to help deaden sound what we have actually found is that when you create a cavity by your ear for speakers if you don't have the speakers there to take up that room it tends to make the motorcycle helmet a bit noisier , so what they did was they included a piece of foam and a little bit of padding there to take up that extra room sound dampening material and it really helps keep the helmet nice and quiet . Of coarse you can take that out and you have a nice large area for a speaker if you run a communication system you can easily have a place for your speaker and its going to be right where it needs to be right next to your ear you can hear it nice and loud whether your listening to music or communication or anything like that. Finally looking at the inside of the helmet itself you can see that's the EPS foam liner that black material there that's expanded polystyrene and all those air channels you see is what directs all the air throughout the helmet so you'll see those large intake holes in the top i want you to get a good look at those very large intake holes . That is where that top vent directs air down to the top and like i said with that open i could really feel a lot of air coming down inside the shoei helmet and then those air channels are directing air out the back of the helmet here's those air channels i was talking about earlier they direct air all the way down and out the base of the neck roll and there's also exhaust ports out the top there for a rear exhaust vent. Very well designed ventilation system in this helmet . Whether your a touring rider a sport bike rider or on a cruiser if your looking for a full face helmet that has that drop down internal visor the Shoei GT Air is definitely not one to skip over its a very very well made helmet it does not disappoint. I cant wait to put some miles on this thing to give you my real world opinions on how it preforms but the short little ride that i did earlier i was very very impressed with it i was very happy with it. I'm going to put some miles on it and give you my real opinions on it in the up an coming weeks .
Information and Details about the Shoei GT Air Regalia Helmet
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Can you hear that? That’s the call of the open road. Few things in life can match the unbridled thrill of mounting your steed and spending the day exploring your surroundings while Mother Nature’s elements rush by. And though the unknown is often a welcomed part of the adventure, SHOEI’s all-new GT-Air makes it easier to adapt to the ever-changing conditions that lie ahead. Features like the convenient flip-down internal sun shield, free-flowing yet easily adjustable ventilation system, superior aerodynamics, and Pinlock Anti-Fog System ensure greater comfort and thus more time in the saddle than ever before. So what are you waiting for? Answer the call of the open road in SHOEI’s first internal sun shield-equipped full-face helmet—the progressively stylish GT-Air.

Aerodynamic Shell Design
  • Aerodynamic properties are maximized through extensive wind tunnel and professional riders’ feedback
  • Multi-Piece EPS liner enhances impact absorption and ventilation
  • Three shell and four EPS liner sizes provide increased fit options that help to comfortably fit most head sizes
  • Molded air spoiler reduces drag and lift, as well as diminishes pressure on the rider’s neck while riding at speed

    Sun Shield Visor System
  • Built-in QSV-1 sun shield gives riders instant relief from sun glare in one quick motion
  • Visor meets ANSI Z80.3-2010 standard for non-prescription eyeglasses
  • Large and easy to reach switch activates the 3D injection-molded inner sun shield
  • Distortion-free shield blocks 99% of harmful UV rays
  • Forehead area of the outer shell is raised slightly to accommodate the internal sun shield, helping allow for the integrity of the helmet’s inner EPS liner to remain intact

    Ventilation System
  • Upper Air Intake Vent is positioned to maximize air volume into the helmet interior
  • Large upper intake vent positioned to maximize performance behind wind screens
  • Easy to operate large lower intake vent
  • Lower air intake/defroster vent reduces shield fogging and increases ventilation
  • The rear/neck vents allow for effective air exhaust
  • Breath guard and chin curtain included Advanced Integrated Matrix (AIM)
  • High performance fiber materials are combined with elastic organic fibers to create a shell structure that is ultra-lightweight, rigid and resilient

    Interior System
  • 3-D Max-Dry center pad and multi-layered, polyurethane foam cheek pads
  • Chin curtain prevents wind entry and reduces noise
  • Cheek pads are replaceable or removable for maintenance
  • Eyeglass compatible interior
  • E.Q.R.S. (Emergency Quick-Release System) allows emergency medical personnel to easily remove the cheek pads from the helmet of a rider involved in an accident, in turn making the helmet more easily removable

    Standard Chin-Strap Clip
  • Neatly secures chin strap

    CNS-1 Shield System
  • The CNS-1, three-dimensionally curved shield is both wider and taller than the CX-1V it replaces
  • Includes new redesigned Pinlock® Anti-Fog Lens for more coverage of the CNS-1 shield
  • Dual-Ridge window bead increases contact with the shield to reduce wind noise
  • Scratch-resistant shield coating
  • 99.9% protection from harmful UV A&B rays
  • XS-M – 1640 grams (3.6 lbs.)
  • L – 1710 grams (3.76 lbs.)
  • XL-2XL 1760 grams ( 3.8 lbs.)

    Sizing Note: The GT Air seems to run a little small based on our testing. If you are unsure, give us a call or you can order what you think will fit. If you happen to need another size, no problem! We have free shipping on your original order and if you need to exchange, that will have Free Shipping too!. Plus, if you just do not like the helmet you can return it for a 100% refund or exchange it for something else.

  • Shoei GT Air Regalia Helmet Product Reviews
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    Gargoush - Gargoush   NY Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Top quality materials, drop down visor, quite
    Cons: [None]

    Fit perfect out of the box, it was true to size for me. Used it a few times, noticed right away how quite it is at 65 mph and below. It has a top quality feel and would recommend it to anyone. In addition, Competition Accessories had it for the best price on the internet, you will not go wrong with them.

    Excellent Helmet - GLCSD   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Quiet, good graphics, accommodates speakers well, pin lock, flip down interior sun shade.
    Cons: Expensive unless on sale.

    This is an excellent helmet and at the sale price a super purchase for any rider. I own another shoei a 'Qwest but this air regalia is in a better and different league. You always get quality with Shoei certainly, this helmet easily reflects that and adds to the mix.The interior flip down sun shade is well designed and easily deployed even with gloves on and even while riding. So much better than needing to carry sunglasses and having to stop to put them onIt is the quietest helmet I own. With all of the air vents closed as in winter it is particularly quiet. The shape is aerodynamic and is effective against wind buffeting and I would think also aids in the lower noise profile for this helmet. It comes with a pillock insert already which I have installed. It seems to be effective during the winter on high humidity days, at least as cold as it gets in San Diego.There is also an access port on the side of the helmet off Bluetooth devices. I have a uClear system and it works very well in this helmet. The speaker pockets and the removable interior padding make it an easy install and the speakers fit within the pockets nicely.I am an XL typically and this helmet fits me well as an XL.If you are in doubt about a high end helmet and this is one of your choices I would recommend going with the GT Air

    Awesome Helmet - GLCSD   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Quiet, Cool Graphics, Utility plus in a helmet
    Cons: Expensive

    I own several helmets, including another SHOEI the Qwest and this is the best in my possession. There are several reasons for this1. Quiet, this is the quietest helmet I've yet to try. Particularly in winter with all of the vents closed. A very good attribute when riding a naked bike like the S1000R, or MV Agusta Brutal.2. Graphics, a very nice looking helmet with good graphics that match up with most any other colors that you may have on your riding gear. 3. Drop down sun shield. No need to try to cram sun glasses into your helmet then try to take them on or off depending upon sun conditions. The sunshield is easily manipulated with gloves and on the move so you can adjust for changing conditions.4. Pinlock, The provided pinlock insert keeps the shield fog free again particularly on those winter days.5. Removable interior padding. The padding is easy to remove and can be adjusted with after market OEM pads that allow you to tailor the fit specifically to your own head. Things that could be improved1. A bit more room for interior speakers....I use a Uclear system and the speaker pockets could be a little deeper.2. Expensive, this is a costly helmet as are most Shoei. I suppose you DO get what you pay for with Shoei and I did score this on a really good deal from Comp Acc.....thanks guys3. Someday someone will invent a system for air flow that you can use while riding and with gloves. This is not a specifically Shoei fault but they don't make any easier than the others to open and close vents.....FINAL VERDICTIf you can buy this helmet the best I've owned and used to date. And if our good friends at Comp Acc still have them on sale...don't waste a moment to get it is that good.

    Shoei GT Air - Michael   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: High quality material, comfortable, new built in features sun glasses, anti fog shield
    Cons: None

    I'm love my GT Air helmet. I have other helmets but I like the GT Air the most, it's comfortable, high quality material with new built in features sun glasses and anti fog shield. I don't have to change the shield when the sun goes down or when the weather gets cold. Completion Accessories made the purchase simple and with a great price. Highly recommended.

    GT air regalia - bob   KS Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: great fit, quiet
    Cons: none so far

    Fits tighter than the X11 I replaced. fits tighter around neck and minimizes noise. regalia was a great deal at 250 less than the rest.

    Shoei GT Air Regalia helmet - JC   TX Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Fit, finish, graphics design
    Cons: Lack of eyebrow vent, but rather have the sunvisor it's one or the other

    I have a long oval head, which was supposed to fit better on Arai helmets like the Profile, etc. I bought all of them over the years, and the fit was never good. And always hated those helmets, from their awful shield removal mechanism, to their claustrophobic opening to how flimsy the interior was attached. Believe it or not, Shoeis have always fit me better, but until the GT Air, always had to buy a size larger, which is not ideal. But with thicker cheekpads more or less were safe. The best helmets for my egg head were the X series, and have had those for a long time. Anyway, was tired of the wind noise, and having to change shields, so rather than replace the X-12 with an X-14, took a chance with the GT Air, and it was the PERFECT choice for me. First of all, was able to buy a size L, which is my size, since I'm exactly in the middle of its measurement range. And the fit was perfect. With the head liner I always use, it was a bit tight, but a thinner center pad 5mm vs 9 made the fit absolutely perfect. In fact, for the first time ever, didn't have to do ANY modifications to relieve pressure points. Nothing. And an L rather than XL. The helmet is quieter, but with still great ventilation, so all is well. And I feel a thousand times safer now. The experience with CompAcc was great helmet was perfect, brand new, at a great price, and shipped right away. In fact, I'm thinking of buying another one as a back-up, since I doubt will ever find another perfect fitting helmet for my head again. For tose 'Arai' heads out there, try this one. A much superior helmet IMO, and fits even better. Hope this helps.

    Satisfied - Tiger800   VA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Good air, fairly quiet
    Cons: Slightly long

    After reading the reviews on GT Air, many of which indicate it runs slightly small and narrow, I decided to go a size up from my normal large size to an XL. This probably was the right choice since the width is spot on. As for the length, it seems to be slightly long. The helmet can rock back and forth slightly - not a large amount but noticeable. I added a small piece of foam under the liner in the back and the problem is resolved. Overall it seems to be a very good helmet and quieter than my Arai Quantum 2.

    A great do it all helmet - breeseomatic   IL Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Jack of all trades
    Cons: Master of none

    This helmet works very well, it's probably the best compromise I have found. It's quiet enough, but not as quiet as a helmet without the head dimples. I've figured out that I need to tilt my head down slightly and everything is much quieter. Top vent open makes a lot of noise, but that probably means it's bringing in a lot of air. Lots of air moves through the chin vent, so keep it closed in wet weather riding or else your face will get wet. I can't comment on the efectiveness of the other vents since I have a thick mane on my head and wear a skull cap to keep the inside clean.The visor seals and chin spoiler are awesome. They do an excellent job of blocking wind, noise and water from entering the helmet. I can't say enough good things about a nicely sealed helmet.The internal tinted shield is great for commuting and works well for me, however, I wish that the visor came down further and was darker. The gap between the internal sunshield and my peripheral vision is a little distracting. In my opinion, there is no replacement for a dark smoked shield, it's truely the best visor option to have on a sunny day. For now, I'll have to wear low profile sunglasses for the really sunny days.The Pinlock shield is virtually fog free but does add an extra layer to see through and makes night time street lights and vehicle headlights glareghost very badly. I'm really impressed with the size of the Pinlock insert, it covers all but the very finge of your peripheral vision. Legally, the Pinlock system can only be used in the daytime, as per the literature. I really like the quick release cheek pad feature. In the event of an emergency, I hope the emergency medical staff will see and read the emergency stickers and pull on the red finger loops. This was one of the main reasons I chose The GT-Air over the Schuberth S2 or C3. I also have a Shoei X-11 and it fits my head nicely so I know that almost any Shoei is going to fit me the way I would like. It's hard to switch to an unfamiliar brand.My two favorites are the internal sun visor and the visor seal. My two biggest gripes are the Internal sun visor and the wind noise. Overall I really like this helmet. I have a few gripes, but those quickly go away after considering the value and performance of all the features this helmet provides.

    Sizing Chart & Specs for the Shoei GT Air Regalia Helmet
    Shoei Helmet Sizing Chart
    SizeCentimeterHat SizeInches
    2X-Small51 - 526 3/8 - 6 1/220 1/8 - 20 1/2
    X-Small53 - 546 5/8 - 6 3/420 7/8 - 21 1/4
    Small55 - 566 7/8 - 721 5/8 - 22
    Medium57 - 587 1/8 - 7 1/422 1/2 - 22 7/8
    Large59 - 607 3/8 - 7 1/223 1/4 - 23 5/8
    X-Large61 - 627 5/8 - 7 3/424 - 24 3/8
    2X-Large63 - 647 7/8 - 824 3/4 - 25 1/2
    3X-Large65 - 668 1/8 - 8 1/425 5/8 - 26

    The sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit. However, we are happy to assist you with any needed exchanges.
    Part Number Status for Shoei GT Air Regalia Helmet
    Options SKU Retail Price Our Price Availability
    X-Small SH-REGA-XS $670.99 $379.99 Currently Not Available for Order
    Small SH-REGA-S $670.99 $379.99 IN STOCK - Ships in 24 hours
    Medium SH-REGA-M $670.99 $379.99 Currently Not Available for Order
    X-Large SH-REGA-XL $670.99 $379.99 Currently Not Available for Order
    2X-Large SH-REGA-2X $670.99 $379.99 Currently Not Available for Order

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