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Hey this is Reuben with Competition Accessories. Were going to take a quick look at Shoeis multitec helmet. Which is their modular helmet with the flip up chin. This helmet has been out for quite a while but its been a very popular helmet as well. Modular helmets are great for convenience, theyre very handy if your stopped at a light and want to talk to somebody, or if you want to grab a drink. For those that wear glasses they even integrate eyeglass slits on the edges of the interior as well, obviously with the chin bar up its a lot easier to get your glasses on and off so thats a big plus for those that wear glasses underneath their helmet. Taking a look at the shell of the helmet, it actually uses Shoei AIM shell, which stands for Advanced Integrated Matrix its basically just a fiberglass shell. Which is going to be fairly lightweight, a modular is going to be a little bit heavier than your typical full-face helmet just because it has a lot more moving parts on it. But the AIM shell itself is going to be a lot stiffer than what you find in the less expensive modular helmets. With a modular you dont have a one-piece chin bar so you need to have an extra strong shell so it doesnt have a whole lot of flexibility and the multitec definitely feels like it has a much stronger shell feel than some of the less expensive helmets out there. I want to talk about ventilation real quick. Its fairly basic ventilation on this helmet. You have a chin spoiler, or a chin bar vent, which is going to basically be open or close with a simple lever here. That is going to direct air up on to the face shield help reduce fogging. And then up at the top of the helmet there is a two-position intake system at the top. Basically if you open it to the first position there is just a small air scoop at the back thats going to give you some airflow to your head. If you need more ventilation than that you can open it fully and that is now going to work in conjunction with these two intakes at the front. On the rear of the helmet its just a very clean shell shape. It will flow very cleanly through the air try to reduce wind noise as much as possible. There arent any exterior vents on this helmet but at the base of the neck roll right here in this area thats where the hot air is going to escape. So that warm air is going to have a place to go once the cool air comes in through the front vents. Talk about the shield, this helmet actually uses Shoeis CX-1V shield, which has a nice ratcheting mechanism. All the way up and all the way down there are several detents all the way. You can keep it cracked, it also has a shield locking mechanism so if you tilt this little lever to the back thats going to hold the shield down. And if you push it forward your actually going to get a small crack along the front of the shield here which will allow just a little bit more air to flow up underneath the shield so if your running into fogging issues in colder weather or wet weather you can always use that lever to slightly open it if you dont want to have it in that first detent open position. Now the chin bar is very easy to operate as well. There is basically a button on the front or a lever, you just give that a squeeze, just pinch it and thats going to release the chin bar and you can open it all the way up. You can see Shoei does include a chin curtain so thats optional you can take it out. If youre riding in colder weather or if you dont want air to come up underneath the chin bar you can install that. It basically just slides up between the chin bar and the lining, there is some lining on the front of the chin bar there as well. So that comes right off. The only part of the interior of this helmet that actually comes out is the cheek pads so we will go ahead and pull those out. But it does use their comfort liner. Which is a 3-D liner, so basically it just uses different contours of material throughout the inside that works in conjunction with the ventilation on this helmet. Its a very nice, soft fabric. Its comfortable. One thing I do want you to notice is they build in some integrated speaker pockets so if you run a communication system or bluetooth for music or GPS, the speakers have a place to go. They install right behind the cheek pads the cheek pads basically just come out with three snaps. So they are very easy to remove and theyre also replaceable so if you need to go up or down a size on the cheek pads you can customize the fit with those as well. So the last thing I want you to take a look at here is the locking mechanism. It of course being a Shoei it uses very nice metal to metal latching system. There is a metal tab here and then Im not sure if we will be able to get it on the video but theres a metal latch that lines right up with those tabs. And when you close it you have a nice, secure click knowing that its down in position and ready to go. So if you do a lot of long distance riding, commuting, touring, these helmets are very, very good choice. They are very convenient. Obviously with Shoei youre getting a very good quality helmet. Its just DOT approved, Snell does not do any kind of testing on modular helmets. But it still uses Shoeis AIM shell design, which is one of the top of the line shells out there from many helmet manufacturers. Were going to put a link right here to our YouTube channel, be sure to click on that and hit subscribe. We do several giveaways on YouTube as well as on our Facebook page so be sure to check us out on there as well. You can check the Multitecs out on our website at competitionaccessories.com and well see ya next time.
Hey guys this is Reuben at competition accessories and welcome to our comparison video for the all new shoei Neotec versus the Multitec now both of these are fantastic modular helmets from shoei who is a premium helmet manufacturer the Multitec has been in their line up for several years the Neotec just came out it was just released so we wanted to take a look at the two helmets to see what makes them different and what makes the Neotec about 170 dollars more when you look at the retail prices now at the first glance one thing you might notice by looking at the front of the helmet is the Multitec is a little bit wider down around the chin bar area and the Neotec is a little bit longer front to back if i actually bring both helmets up you can probably see that the Neotec is significantly longer in shape the Neotec has taken several steps to make it more aerodynamic one thing i did want to point out is at the edge of the chin bar you have a small lip that shoeis incorporated thats what their calling their vortex generator vent basically that is going to direct wind up and away from gap between the chin bar and the rest of the helmet as well away from the slider switch for the internal visor the internal visor is another major upgrade its the first time we have seen an internal sun visor on a shoei helmet it comes with a dark smoke internal sun visor which is anti fog coated obviously the Multitec does not have that and one thing you might see if you look at the shell is there is actually a raised portion of the shell here this is using shoeis aim shell which is advanced intergrated matrix but what theyve done instead of shaving away the interior eps liner to accommodate space for that sun shield they actually built that shell up to have space for the shield without compromising on the thickness of the internal eps foam now when you compare these helmets side to side you might notice that the chin bar comes out a little bit further on the Neotec you do get 8mm more room in the Neotec which is going to allow you to have more breathing room and it also gives you more space for something like a microphone if your installing a communication system both helmets open basically in the same fashion there is a latch here that you squeeze down on and its going to raise the chin bar up but on the Neotec one thing you will notice si the chin bar and face shield pivet on the same plain so the same access they are rotating around as the Multitec here as you raise the chin bar up the shield is a little bit further forward which brings it up a little further back if you look at the back of the helmets when they raise it up you can see that the Neotec actually keeps the shield down nice and low as the Multitec it is sticking up in the wind just a little bit further while were looking at the back of the hlmets here another major difference between the Neotec and the Multitec is the Neotec gives you a closeable rear exhaust vent which you dont have on the Multitec so your going to have just a little bit more air flow but definitely a more aggressive ventilation system on the Neotec you get a rear exhaust vent where as on the Multitec you do not have one and then taking a look at the front vents top ram air on the Neotec is going to force a lot more air in and they are both 3 position sliders but the vent configuration on the Neotec is definitely going to force more air down on into the helmet where as the Multitec just basically has 2 intake ports sitting up on the top and then the chin bar vent on the Multitec looks a little larger but shoei is saying that the chin bar vent on the Neotec is actually going to be a little bit more effective both of those are going to direct air up onto the face shield now another thing that the Neotec has as an advantage over the Multitec is that it does come with a pinlock insert so this is going to come with the Neotec basically its going to install between the posts inside the face shield and that is going to give you a complete anti fog system while we are talking about the face shield it is going to be taller and wider then what you had on the Multitec and there is also a new double lip seal around the gasket so you actually have a 2 lip seal but on the Multitec its actually just going to touch on the single lip and then the Neotec has 2 lips which are going to just give it a more secure seal which is again going to help keep natural elements out a little bit better and its going to reduce wind noise keeping the ride a little bit quieter you can check both of these helmets out on our website there both current shoei modular helmets both of them are available on our site at competition accessories.com also in the top right hand corner of this video is a link to our youtube channel be sure to subscribe to us there so you can stay up to date with all our latest product reviews and videos one more thing i almost forgot fully removable interior on the Neotec so you can remove the cheek pads and crown liner completely where as the Multitec you can only remove the cheek pads so i almost forgot but thats another major improvement with the Neotec and that is a dry max lining which is going to be moisture management system so again check this out on our website thanks again for watching our comparison of the Multitec and the Neotec well see you next time
Information and Details about the Shoei Pinlock Anti-Fog Shields for X-11, RF-1000, TZ-R, Multi-tec and more
made by Shoei
The Pinlock Anti-Fog Lens transforms your single shield into a dual shield that will resist any fog build up
  • Specially designed to install on shields with built-in pins
  • Features pro seal air-tight seal
  • They are interchangeable and easily cleaned

  • Must buy face shield with built-in pins to be able to use the Fog-Free Inserts.

    CX-1 Shield Fits: RF-800, RF-900, X-8, X-9, X-SPII, X-Tec, TZ-1, Z-II & Syncrotec Helmets

    CX-1V Shield Fits: X-Eleven, RF-1000, TZ-R & Multitech Helmets

    Our Thoughts
    Shoei Shields with or without pinlock can easily be replaced especially if it is scratched or you just want a new color. You can never have to many shields readily available.


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    Damo  
    I am astounded by how fog proof these Pinlocks are. I live in Massachusetts and ride right into mid December every year. I used to spend all kinds of time with Fog-X and all that nonsense trying to keep the shield clear.

    The Pinlock has since solved all my problems. The only drawback is it does cut in on peripheral vision a tiny amount. Doesn't bother me personally, but it's there.

    John  
    My Nolan N102 came with a Pinlock lense included, but the shield is so difficult to take off that I didn't bother with it. When I had trouble with fogging in cold weather, I decided tp give it a try. It workd so good I ordered one for my Shoei RF1000. I would like to be able to get a high definition shield with pins as it would look better than amber lens on clear.

    Simply Amazing!  
    What a great product. I thought the RF-1000 was great with very little fogging, but as the weather got colder I noticed more fogging and when I added a face mask I had lots of fogging problems. The pinlock antifog set-up is truly no-fog. My only complaint is the shield only comes in clear....I think a smoke shield I could put a clear lens in would look a lot better than buying a smoke lens as pictured.


    Below are more Shoei Reviews from our online customers.
    Hopefully they can help you find the right item and make the best buying decision.

    This review is for Shoei Neotec Modular Flip-up Motorcycle Helmets
    Shoei Neotec - Harleypap57   NC Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Lightweight, great field of vision, great fit, inner shield
    Cons: Chin vent, lack of other shields

    I bought a Matte Black to replace my 'Old' Shoei 700. The helmet fits great right out of the box. Have about 1,500 mile riding with it including one day when we rode 543 miles, Feels great and not heavy after all that time. I love the dark inner shield and don't have to worry about switching my glasses all the time. Two things I would like to see, first the chin vent opens backwards for those riding big touring bikes and I don't get much air thru there. Second, greater selection of shields like a dark outer shield, clear and bright high vis yellow inner shield


    This review is for Shoei Neotec Modular Flip-up Motorcycle Helmets
    Great helmet - Dan Gruzd   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Fit and finish are excellent .
    Cons: Cheek pad are a little Snug to begin with but loosen up.

    I bought this helmet to replace my well worn Schuberth. The fit and finish of the Shoei is a tad better but is a little heavier than the Schuberth. For the money you can not go wrong with the Neotec, it's comfortable, quiet and well made.


    This review is for Shoei Neotec Modular Flip-up Motorcycle Helmets
    NeoTec - erdoc48   NJ Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Comfortable, love the drop down visor, excellent ventilation
    Cons: Just a bit noisy

    I bought this as I had been using an open face helmet for years, then went with a shorter shield on my ST1100- that shield wasn't great for an open face helmet- I chose the Neotec based on other owners' positive reviews. I really like the helmet and I guess have a 'Shoei shaped head', as I find the helmet quite comfortable and the ventilation is excellent. The drop down tinted visor eliminates need for sunglasses, a very nice plus. The only minor criticism is that the helemt with all the vents open can get just a bit noisy, but I ride with earplugs anyway.


    This review is for Shoei Neotec Modular Flip-up Motorcycle Helmets
    modular helmet - henry f   TN Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: openface and fullface option
    Cons: none

    my second shoe helmet and happy with both. first modular helmet and first with a built in sun shield. like this helmet a lot. if i had to i would buy another one to replace it.


    This review is for Shoei Neotec Modular Flip-up Motorcycle Helmets
    Good value - RichardInPlano   TX Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Integrated sun visor, well constructed, replaceable liner
    Cons: Widerheavier than traditional closed-face helmet

    Not the cheapest helmet but well worth the money if you are in need of a flip-face helmet. I find myself using the flip feature to stay cool when stuck in traffic in the Texas summers and to stay hydrated while on the road.


    This review is for Shoei CX-1V Replacement Shields and Visors
    X-11 visor - CW   TX Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: fits perfect
    Cons: none

    This replacement visor not only looks good, but fits perfect


    This review is for Shoei Pinlock Anti-Fog Inserts for CX-1V Shields and Visors
    Pinlock anti-fog inserts - Goatboy   NY Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: They really, really do work.
    Cons: Odd reflections because of the double glazing.

    The difference is, I was told, Unlike other anti-fog gimmicks, this one really works.And it does. I couldn't get my shield to fog even riding through damp sleet and breathing heavily.The instructions warn not to use Pinlock inserts at night because of the reflections of lights that may interfere with rider's vision. Certainly the reflections are there. I choose to use the Pinlock inserts anyway, because a fog-free view is in my opinion a greater benefit that the disadvantage of reflections that you get used to and learn to ignore.Make sure your shield has the mounting pins.


    This review is for Shoei Neotec Modular Flip-up Motorcycle Helmets
    Simply awesome - Paul Jones   TN Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Pinlock, air flow, warm when it's cold, cool when it's hot.
    Cons: Can't find any

    Best helmet I've ever worn. The pinlock shield DOES NOT FOG The air flow is better than wearing my shortly style helmet with the full face advantage. I ride all year and the past month has been a test for sure. Single digits, no FOG on the shield, warm and toasty. Riding to work every night with a clear shield so the deer and other wild animals can be spotted is a big advantage for keeping the shiny side up. I have been a licensed motorcycle rider for 27 years and I ride almost everyday. I've been through many helmets and the Shoei Neotech is by far the best I've had for any weather conditions. The sun visor is also perfect. Not too close to my face and dark enough for most days. I you want the best, here is


    This review is for Shoei Pinlock Anti-Fog Inserts for CX-1V Shields and Visors
    Fog free - Paladin007   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: good product,
    Cons: need careful installation

    Once the shield is temp balance. After in warm garage, then to cold outside air it will fog for a short time. Then fog free.


    This review is for Shoei CX-1V Replacement Shields and Visors
    Good product - Paladin007   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Good oprics, scratch free, easy to install.
    Cons: Sheilds are not cheap.

    Typical Shoei equipment. I have used Shoei shields and helmets for 20yrs. Never been disappointed.


    This review is for Shoei Neotec Borealis Modular Helmets
    Very expensive well made helmet - Crash   GA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Quiet, Comfortable, inner shade is there when you need it, well ventalated
    Cons: Just on the expensive side but well worth it

    I really don't like riding with a Helmet, that being said I never ride a Sport bike without one. This helmet takes out the wind noise, allows you to see, which is always a good thing, I even think it would protect your head if the bad happens.It is also way too cool and nice, I find myself always stowing it in the Cover to protect it from scratches.


    This review is for Shoei CX-1V Replacement Shields and Visors
    Is what it is - Matt   TX Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Great quality as expected
    Cons: Should include a sleeve

    I got the darker gray, which is a daylight only color. Using it when the sun setting is a bad idea as it is deceptively dark. Pops on and off easily. For the price though I would have liked to see it come with a cheap microfiber sleeve.


    This review is for Shoei Neotec Modular Flip-up Motorcycle Helmets
    Neotec - GDTest45   KS Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Quiet, good fit.
    Cons: [None]

    Worth the money, very quiet, well built modular helmet


    This review is for Shoei Multitec Helmet Full Set Base Plate
    Shoei parts - Edward   MD Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: includes all parts necessary to replace both sides
    Cons: none

    OEM parts fit perfect


    This review is for Shoei Neotec Modular Flip-up Motorcycle Helmets
    On par with C3 - Doug   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Quiet, comfortable, and ergonomic
    Cons: Would have been enter without D-ring fastener

    I have both a Schuberth C3 and now this Shoei modular. Schuberth was previously my fav helmet, but I now prefer the new Neotec due to it's slightly superior comfort level, ergonomics and noise isolation. However, the differences are subtle, and the two are truly neck and neck. If you are considering both these helmet, you cannot go wrong with either go with whichever gives you the best fit. You with love either.


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    Worth it - Neotec   IL Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Versatile comfortable
    Cons: Optional cheek pads on BO

    After considering several helmets, I was reluctant to spend this much after my investment in my bike.Now after hundreds of miles of use, I realize it was well worth it. The Shoei Neotec is comfortable, secure on my head, and ventilated really well. It comes with the built in flip down sunshield. I don't know what I would have done without this feature as swapping between eyeglasses is otherwise impossible on a bike. Well worth the money. CON the cheek pads are a little tight and may require the optional changeout.


    This review is for Shoei CX-1V Replacement Shields and Visors
    CX-1V Dark Smoke Visor - Shadowboxer   Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Reduces glare, cooler, seems fairly durable
    Cons: [None]

    Bought the dark smoke visor to avoid having to wear my prescription sunglasses under the clear visor on sunny days. Love it. Also seems a little cooler inside.


    This review is for Shoei Neotec Modular Flip-up Motorcycle Helmets
    Excellent modular helmet - Fastalk   MI Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Great fit, very quiet, the top air vent works great
    Cons: I wish Shoie would use a micro lock instead a D ring

    Right out of the box it fit me very well. My previous helmet was a Nolan 103 The 103 fit tight as I have a head that is more oval than round and I had to modify the crown in the Nolan. Once underway the Shoei Neotec helmet is very quiet with very good visibility and zero fogging. The top vent works so well I could only open it to the first notch 64 degrees as it started to over chill my folliclly challenged head. Even the chin vent sent plenty of air on my face behind my FJRs windshield. Very happy with this helmet Thanks Shoei


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    Excellent Helmet - Hogryd   Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Fit, Very little wind noise, Ventilation and Sun shade
    Cons: Price

    The Neotec is an excellent helmet, it is light with great ventilation and it is a solid fit. The sun shade works great and it is top quality. I also have a Multitec that has served me well over the past 4 years, the Neotec is an upgrade purchase I am glad I made even though the price is on the high side.


    This review is for Shoei Neotec Modular Flip-up Motorcycle Helmets
    Crash Review - Shawn Pearsall   Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Very Comfortable, Great Air Flow, User Friendly
    Cons: Slightly more Nnise than a Full Face Helmet

    First the Cons. if you know anything about helmet design, you know that the more they work to make air flow better inside, the noisier it gets. A modular design l also be noisier. That said I wear earplugs whenever I ride, so it's not an issue.Just suffered a low side crash at about 20MPH. Bike slammed to the ground on the right side and my NeoTech took a solid impact on the right temple right where the face shield hinge is located. Force of the impact detached the face shield on the right side and wore down the area around the hinge assembly by about 18. No helmet integrity issues, so if you're nervous about the hinge mechanism in the event of a crash, be less so now. I'm extremely happy with how this helmet protected me. With out a helmet, I'm sure I'd be dead or severely injured at this point.The helmet is extremely useful. For things most riders don't think about until after they get a full face lid. Spitting yeah I admit it, taking a drink, filling up with gas, talking to other riders are all things you can do with ease using this helmet. The airflow inside is the best of any helmet I have ever worn in nearly 23 years. It actually moves my hair around when I'm at speed. Everything works flawlessly as it was designed.I'm getting a replacement without even looking at anything else. Nice job Shoei I have work the Arai Profile sized helmet as well and this Shoei fits just as well as the Profile...an all day without your head itching helmet


    This review is for Shoei CX-1V Replacement Shields and Visors
    shoei chrome shield - Dan Dapkus   IL Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: shoe factory shield, quality American made, snug fit
    Cons: none

    chrome replacement shield,very nice look, not too dark but probably not for night riding.


    This review is for Shoei Neotec Modular Flip-up Motorcycle Helmets
    Neotec Shoei's best yet - Solomookie   PA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Comfort, production quality, excellent features
    Cons: Pricey

    The Neotec feels lighter than the HJC SyMax that it is replacing, and it is more comfortable on the head. It is quieter than the HJC, although it isn't like being inside the cone of silence. The cool day was perfect for checking out the ventilation features because the rush of cool air into the helmet upon opening the vents was obvious and awe inspiring. What a great ventilation system easily the best I have ever felt. The face shield works well, and the retractable sun shield both works flawlessly and has much better optics than the HJC. It also has a better position not as close to the nose.I use a Sena HC-10 intercom system and the Neotect is very compatible for installation. It has a fully removable interior lining, and easily removable cheek pads. I removed the cheek pads and loosened the liner and was able to easily run the wires for the speakers. Very clean appearance once everything was back in place. The quiet Neotec makes conversation or bluetooth music much easier to hear.I also installed the pin lock shield. In case you are not familiar with a pin lock, it is basically a second, slightly smaller shield that attaches to the inside of the main helmet shield. It is an anti-fog device. The dual layer shields work like a two pane window for your house and prevents fogging. The Neotec's works excellently. I put the helmet on with the face shield down, and walked around outside in 40 temperatures with NO fogging whatsoever. The only downside to the pin lock is that having two shields does reduce the visual clarity a little. I will only have it installed when fogging is a probable issue.Bottom line... at almost 600, the Neotec is pricey, but is so comfortable and so well made that it is definitely worth the cost. I would highly recommend it.


    This review is for Shoei Neotec Modular Flip-up Motorcycle Helmets
    Love the Neotec - Adventure Rider   Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: quality, style, sena smh10R works great on it.
    Cons: none

    This Helmet is a Modern Motorcycle Must have I have always worn Shoei helments, Learned a long time ago IF ya got a 5cent head get a 5cent helmet. If you value your noodle, Protect it This newest version of the modular helment is packed full of features that enable your time on the bike to be much more comfortableAs a footnote, I've installed a Sena SMH10R bluethooth headset on this helmet and it could not have been simpler. Mounting and wire routing were without issue.It starts out a bit on the snug side. This is preferred, as in short order it will feel nearly custom fit when the foam relaxes and gives a bit. It's very comfortable and cushy with no undo squeezing or gaps. Anything that moves on this helmet moves very well and very positively. The latch mechanism, shield, and tinted shield each operate as you wish they would with feedback and tactility.The tinted visor offers excellent coverage with no mid-placed gap or funky nose-area geometry.The main latch is secure and leaves you with the feeling that the designers found that ideal sweet spot incorporating both form and function.The shield movement and adjustments are solid, well spaced, and leave little doubt that it'll stay put at each station. Although I haven't removed the shield yet, it appears to be ridiculously simple. When it's time to put in the included Pinlock it should be a breeze. Given the season and my locale I've had very limited time with this on the road thus far. In that short period I experienced very good ventilation.If you've got a Shoei head and you're looking for a modular, I can't imagine not being impressed and pleased with the Neotec.


    This review is for Shoei Neotec Borealis Modular Helmets
    Shoei - Fred   TX Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Flip up and down sun visor
    Cons: None

    This helmet is every thing it is cracked up to be. Flip down sun visor works great.helmet inerds are very easy to take in and out. Main shield is easy to control up and down . Helmet is extremely comfortable. I score this helmet a 10, I am very satisfied, u pay for what u get


    This review is for Shoei Neotec Modular Flip-up Motorcycle Helmets
    Great Helmet - Njspeedmaster   NJ Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Sunshade, Light weight, ventilation
    Cons: Price

    Bought this as I have owned several Shoei helmets over the years and have always liked the fit, finish and comfort. The Neotec did not disappoint. The sunshade and venting work great and make this my new favorite helmet. Noise level is a bit higher than my previous full face helmet, but is not too loud like my previous Nolan X-Lite modular.


    This review is for Shoei Neotec Modular Flip-up Motorcycle Helmets
    Shoei Neotec Competition Acc - kpax   NC Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Good fit, reasonably quiet, simple.
    Cons: You pay for what you get. it's expensive. But worth it

    Bought my Neotec in May and have 18000miles wearing it October. I'm very please with it, but wish Shoei would use a non-fogging sheild instead of pin lock. Very comfortable. When the shield shuts it's solid. It's excellent, overall. Had a problem w the cheek pads coming loose. Took it to CA and talked to Chris. He called Rene Shoei and they solved the problem, immediately. Great work. Both are great companies to do business with. CA really takes care of customers, imho. I like doing business here.


    This review is for Shoei Neotec Modular Flip-up Motorcycle Helmets
    Nice but - N I N   NJ Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Great, snug fit, nice features, built-in sunscreen works great, quiet
    Cons: Expensive

    Purchased about 2 weeks ago. Been using it almost daily. Very tight, fit snug - almost too much at first, but the pads break in nice. Very well made & great feature - looks good too and quiet. The airflow in this helmet is AWESOME - sometime too much but can regulate with the vent closures. Scala G9 is a bit of a pain to install but works out well once it's in. Overall great helmet - will be buying an extra set of pads.


    This review is for Shoei Neotec Modular Flip-up Motorcycle Helmets
    Shoei neotec - Bill W.   GA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Great fit, quiet, easy to use, light weight
    Cons: price

    I have owned many helmets from most of the manufacturers and this is the best one yet.


    This review is for Shoei Neotec Modular Flip-up Motorcycle Helmets
    Shoei Neotec - Big Slim   TN Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Excellent ventilation, great internal sun visor, quiet for a modular helmet
    Cons: Price

    I bought an XXL and it felt tight in the cheek areas for the first 2 weeks. Now the fit is perfect.


    This review is for Shoei Neotec Modular Flip-up Motorcycle Helmets
    Schweet - DaCrazyRN   CO Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Tight and comfortable fit. Very clear optics, including WITH flip down engaged. removable and washable interior, metal latching mechanisms. Scalarider Q2-sure the rest would also integrates with no problem
    Cons: Top vent openincreases noise 10 fold.

    Been running this a little over a month now. Thought the M was going to be a problem with tightness on cheekupper jaw area at first. But it has since broken in very nicely. Good thing that the fabric is nice and soft. Great helmet and the best one I have ever had.Biggest cons...Can feel cold air across top of head when all vents closed. Does feel a bit stuffy with the Fog Curtain in. Fog and Chin Curtain come out without a problem though.


    This review is for Shoei Neotec Modular Flip-up Motorcycle Helmets
    Love this helmet despite the price - Craig from San Marcos   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Light, good fit, good wide angle visibility, solidly built, good ventilation, flip-down sun shade
    Cons: Expensive, top of front opening pretty low on my eyebrows

    I've owned a Shoei helmet before, but it was full face, not modular. I had planned to buy a Multitek but am glad I waited for the Neotec and spent the extra dollars. Comp. Acc. had the best price, but it was still twice what I had ever paid for a helmet in the past. My first long ride with it was from So. Cal to the Laughlin River Run in April. It was cool on Thursday when we left following a rain storm. The rest of the weekned it was over 90 degrees in Nevada, so it was a good test in varied temperatures. The ventilation when hot is about 1000 times better than my old Harley Davidson KBC modular, and the fit, though tight, was good even with glasses. The flipdown sun shade worked better than I expected, making sunglasses unnecessary--nice. I like the traditional D-ring chin strap and the lockdown button is easy to find with gloves on. My last helmet was five years old, so time for a new one. The many features of this new helmet were worth waiting for. The bottom line is, I wear a helmet not because the state tells me I have to, but to protect my head. I wear it even in non-helmet-law states, so the bottom line is safety. I've never had to test a helmet the hard way in over 50 years of riding, but I feel this one gives me about as good a chance as I can give myself to preserve my skull while still getting the maximum in comfort and features.


    This review is for Shoei RJ Platinum-R - Multitec - J-Wing Replacement Cheek Pad Sets
    Replacement pads - Len Haney   WV Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Fit and quality as good as the original
    Cons: None

    These pads are terrific They are very well made and fit as well as the original pads.These replacement pads allow you to achieve a customFit. This greatly improves your comfort and safety.


    This review is for Shoei Neotec Modular Flip-up Motorcycle Helmets
    Richard_Lobel  
    Two reviews here. One for the helmet and one for Competition Accessories.

    First the NeoTec helmet. Yes, 600 is a lot for a helmet and I thought long and hard about it before buying it. On the other hand I spent 300 on my HJC modular and I have never been happy with it so if the extra money would get me a better helmet I figured it would be worth it. Took it for its first ride yesterday and I am totally pleased. With all the padding it was a snug fit going on but once there it fit perfectly. Comfortable but my ears are not pressed in and it does not feel hefty or bulky on my head. I wear glasses and putting them on was easy with those channels they built into the foam. Vision was great and when I closed the visor it was much quieter than my HJC!
    Easy to raise and lower the visor or the entire front. The ventilation is the best I have ever had in a helmet and I have had many of them. The only unknown at this point is how it will feel once I take out the ear pads and put in my speakers. I'll report back.

    Now as to Comp Accessories customer service. At first I was a little annoyed with them. I ordered the helmet on a Sundat. It said it usually ships in 12 to 48 hours. When by Wednesday I had not received a shipping confirmation I called them. They said they were having some problem with my credit card, that the address was not matching the address the bank had. First of all, I know that is not the case. Secondly, I wondered why they had not called me about the problem. When we hung up Wednesday all was resolved but I figured I would not have the helmet for the weekend. Well, it showed up Friday! Even if there had not been a problem I couldn't have expected it any sooner. So I am a totally satisfied customer once again.


    This review is for Shoei Neotec Modular Flip-up Motorcycle Helmets
    qorray  
    I just got my Shoei Neotec 2/24. For comparison the only other modular helmet I've owned is the Nolan N102 for the last 3 years. Great first ride today, probably 50 miles city/highway. The Neotec is a lot lighter than the N102. Wind noise is also greatly reduced, this helmet is quiet. Medium fit my head like a glove. The US version will come with the D-ring, which is what I got. I'm indifferent as to the buckle or D-ring. I did get used to the micro lock on the N102. One word for ventilation on the Neotec... Awesome, no comparison to the N102. Finish for both helmets is excellent. Price is expensive but you get what you pay for. I would have tried the Nolan N104 before the Neotec except Nolan put the internal visor switch on the bottom of the helmet were I would put my scala rider G4, mic wont reach. Neotec was about 200 more. Well worth the money in my opinion. 5 stars in my opinion for my first Shoei, would buy again


    This review is for Shoei Neotec Modular Flip-up Motorcycle Helmets
    Good Product - LaCrosse   MT Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Modular, Design,
    Cons: Stock Cheek Inserts, cost

    Not so much concerned about the Pros, Shoei reputation can speak to that. For the price it should come with the cheek inserts, I can tell you now to order them to save shipping costs but you won't just like I did not.Love the Helmet even if I had to bring it down a peg or two.


    This review is for Shoei Neotec Modular Flip-up Motorcycle Helmets
    Shoei Neotec - Mark S   AZ Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Lightweight, quiet, fit well, comfortable
    Cons: Price

    I purchased this helmet to replace a HJC that had broken in a fall. Although the helmet was very costly it fit well, was comfortable to wear all day long, and relatively quiet for a modular helmet. I am happy with this purchase and would recommend the helmet.


    This review is for Shoei Pinlock Anti-Fog Inserts for CX-1V Shields and Visors
    No Fog - Bob M.   OH Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: These work perfectly, no fogging issues.
    Cons: Hi-def would be nice, not offered for this one. Cost too much

    These work better than anything else I have ever tired. Have never had one fog up on me.


    This review is for Shoei Neotec Modular Flip-up Motorcycle Helmets
    Herbst  
    I had owned a HJC Symax 1, the original. It was 10 years old and time for a new one. I ordered a medium Symax 3 from this site. I wore it watching TV for about an hour. I discovered the fit changed or my noggin changed in 10 years between the two models. I had pressure points across the brow and the back of the head. I tried to talk myself into the helmet fitting.
    I went to a local shop and tried on a medium Neotec. It fit great. So I returned the HJC and bought the Neotec.
    Wind noise was the same between the old HJC and the new Neotec except that it is a different type of noise. The Neotec is a rush of air as you would expect. The old Symax had a whistle through the joints of the helmet.
    I took the helmet for the first ride today, 3-10-2012, smooth air flow, no wind buffeting. The integral sun-visor is a must-have. I just had Lasik so I don't need glasses, but if i did, I would expect they would easily fit in the liner.
    I'm a cheap guy so it was quite a decision to spring for the money on this item. I have a wise wife who would not let me keep the ill fitting HJC and strongly suggested I go with the budget busting Neotec.
    In the long run, this helmet is the best choice.
    I gave it a 4 rating because I think there is always room for improvement.

    My advice to anyone purchasing a helmet is try on a few manufacturers. we all have different shaped heads.
    The next point is don't look at the price tag. It's your head for cryin' out loud. It's the one thing in the casket besides your hands that people will be looking at, keep it in nice shape.


    This review is for Shoei CX-1V Replacement Shields and Visors
    Shoei CX-1V shield for Multitec - Goatboy   NY Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Good fit, and easy to fit and remove.
    Cons: Expensive. Need to specify Pinlock pins

    I ordered a spare face shield for my new Multitec, so that I'd have a clear one for night and a smoked one for sunny days.When ordering, make sure you order the correct type I missed that if you want to use Pinlock anti-fog inserts, you must specify a Pinlock-compatible shield. Neither the OEM shield nor the spare had the pins, so I can't use Pinlock inserts with these shields.




    Sizing Chart & Specs for the Shoei Pinlock Anti-Fog Shields for X-11, RF-1000, TZ-R, Multi-tec and more
    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 Pinlock Anti-Fog Shields for X-11, RF-1000, TZ-R, Multi-tec and more
    Options SKU Retail Price Our Price Availability
    Clear CX-1V Shield With Pins, RF-800 01-510 $39.99 $35.99 IN STOCK
    Clear CX-1V Shield With Pins, RF-900 01-510 $39.99 $35.99 IN STOCK
    Clear CX-1V Shield With Pins, X-8 01-510 $39.99 $35.99 IN STOCK
    Clear CX-1V Shield With Pins, X-9 01-510 $39.99 $35.99 IN STOCK
    Clear CX-1V Shield With Pins, X-SPII 01-510 $39.99 $35.99 IN STOCK
    Clear CX-1V Shield With Pins, X-Tec 01-510 $39.99 $35.99 IN STOCK
    Clear CX-1V Shield With Pins, TZ-1 01-510 $39.99 $35.99 IN STOCK
    Clear CX-1V Shield With Pins, Z-II 01-510 $39.99 $35.99 IN STOCK
    Clear CX-1 Shield With Pins, Multitech 01-511 $39.99 $35.99 IN STOCK
    Clear CX-1 Shield With Pins, TZ-R 01-511 $39.99 $35.99 IN STOCK
    Clear CX-1 Shield With Pins, TZ-R 01-511 $39.99 $35.99 IN STOCK
    Clear CX-1 Shield With Pins, RF-1000 01-511 $39.99 $35.99 IN STOCK
    Clear CX-1 Shield With Pins, X-Eleven 01-511 $39.99 $35.99 IN STOCK


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