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    Hey this is Reuben with compettition accessories. Today we are going to be taking a detailed look at the shoei qwest. This is shoei touring helmet. This helmet has come out pretty recently which has somewhat replaced the shoei tzr which i have one of those up here to show you. Kind of in that same price point. But it has a lil bit more features geared towards touring. It has better ventaliation and a different shell shape. So if you take a look at the shoei qwest and the TZR side by side, you can tell what the differeneces are between the two of them there. Definitely more of an upright riding position helmet, it has a wider eye port to have better visibility out of the helmet. But we are going to kind of dig into this helmet here, and I will show you what it is all about. So taking a look at the ventalation features of this helmet, you have a nice large chin bar vent which is going to allow air to come in and keep your faceshield from fogging. A little bit of air through your face. The top air scoop is nice and large and you will notice it sits up nice and tall on the helmet. For those guys who sit up tall on those big touring bikes and have a lot of wind protection on your bike, this helmet will have a vent that sits up high enough on the helmet to block the wind. This helmet has two closable rear vents that are gonna draw warm air right out of the helmet. Talking about the shell, this helmet uses shoei AIm plus shell which stands for advanced integrated matrix plus multi fiber which is kind of a mouth full there. Carbon kevlar fiberglass composite and the helmet is snell 2010 and DOT approved. This helmet is quiet and is its claim to fame. it is 1.25 decibels quiter than the RF-1100 and that is largely impart to the vents. It has a lil bit less ventalation features, but for you guys that are riding longer distances, you are on the road all day long, you need your helmet to be as quiet as possible. Taking a look at the face shield on this helmet, this is the same faceshield that is used on their shoei qwest, rf-1100, and X12. So if you are moving between helmets in the shoei lineup, you can still use the same shields. There is a pinlock system available for this so if you live in an aread where fogging or is more humid, you can get a shield with pinlock inserts to help keep the shield fog free. I have used one of their products before and it works really well, so if fogging is an issue, I would encourage you to check them out as well. The way the shield mechanism works, it is very nice and easy. On the side, the first thing that I will show you is the face shield locking mechanism. You tilt this little lever towards the back and it will lock the shield down in place and it can't fly open on you incase you are running at high speeds on your sport touring bike. You can also push the lever mechanism forward and it will give you a very small opening in the front of the helmet to allow for a lil bit more air to come in. so again if you are running into issues with fog or if its really hot you can crack the faceshield to get a little bit more air flow. As you can see there are several different detints that allow you to crack the faceshield even further allowing more air flow to come inside of the helmet. There are ratchets points all the way up and down, so you have a lot of adjustability moving the faceshield up and down. To remove the shield, there are basically two shields on each side and you push that forward. If you get in nice and tight, you can see that lever there, that is basically allows you to remove the faceshield off. If you look at the top of the shield, it actually has a very large lip and it is kind of hard to see on camera. but it has a lip on top of the helmet and what that is going to allow it to do is give you a nice seal along the top of the gap. So if you are riding in the rain, you are not going to have water dripping down on the inside of your shield. So that is definitely a huge welcome feature for the touring rider. Let me go ahead and reinstall this shield here, you basically just line the pins up and it just clicks right on into place. Now we are going to take a look at the inside of this helmet. Okay so taking a look at the interior of the shoei qwest. Like I said at the beginning of the video, it has a wider opening so its going to be a lot easeier to get your head in and out. Now this helmet is a round oval fit so if you have a little bit fuller of a head, this helmet is probably going to work really well for you. The only thing removable about this helmet is the cheek pads, so I will go ahead and pop one of those out here for you. There are basically three snaps and then it comes right out and you can obviously take them out and wash them. and if you need to you can replace them or go up or down in size if necessary. They are a nice layered cheek pad, what they do is put down several layers of foam on the inside to give you a nice contoured shape. They feel really comfortable against your skin as well. One thing you will see behind this cheek pad is the recess which is perfect for installing a communication system. As I said earlier, this helmet has a nice chin bar space to install the microphone in space. As far as the chin curtain goes, it does come with this really small chin curtain here. If you need a larger one, there is one available as well. So that pretty much covers all the features of the shoei qwest helmet, and this helmet is great for long distance touring riding. Solids are going to start at just over 300 dollars and the graphic at just over 400 dollars. Another neat feature is that shoei does come with a five year warranty policy from the date of purchase or seven year from the date of manufactre. Shoei has a great inspection policy that if you drop your helmet or have a crash with it, you can send it back to shoei and they will inspect the helmet for free. They will even cover the cost of return freight back to you.
    Hey this is Reuben with Competition Accessories today were taking a look at the Shoei RF1100 this is the replacement for the RF1000. Ive got the RF1000 up here to show you the differences between the two this is the old __ Graphic and I have RF 1100's up here i have matte black this is called the enigma this is the conquer obviously there's other colors and options as well . First of all i wanted to show you the differences between the two helmets between the old RF1000 which is one of Shoeis best selling helmets and the new RF1100. The RF1000 has been a great helmet for a lot of riders for a lot of years and with the RF1100 it takes it one step further. You have a whole other level of ventilation and other features as well if you take a look at them side by side you can take a look and see how much bigger the eye port is its the new shield its the CW1 shield its the same shield they use on the X12 so that's their high end racing helmet . You've got a lot wider of an eye port a lot better peripheral vision and you also have more top to bottom space you'll be able to see better when your down in that tucked position if your riding on the track or really spirited riding your gonna have a lot more vision out of the helmet . The venting is also a lot more aggressive on the RF1100. You have a larger chin bar vent you have very similar vents on the top here, and if you look at the back you have four close able vents and then there is two hidden exhaust vents right behind the neck at the base of the helmet where as the RF1000 only had the exhaust vents under the spoiler as well as the under vents here as well. The shell shape is also significantly improved if you look at the 1000 compared to the 1100 , the 1000 has a sort of round shape helmet with a bolt on plastic spoiler into the actual shell of the helmet and this helmet has Shoeis AIM plus shell which is their advanced integrated matrix plus multi fiber shell material which is basically a composite of carbon fiber, Kevlar and fiber glass and its SNELL 2010 approved obviously as well . So I'm going to move the RF 1000 out of the way I'm going to kind of break it down in the RF1100 take a look at all the features in detail here. So looking at the vents in detail here on the RF1100 they are just a lot more aggressive in their function and their position the chin bar vent is like i said a little bit bigger then the RF1000 its going to direct air up onto the face shield to help reduce fogging. Up at the top you have two vents that are going to draw air down in around the rail and actually channel through the EPS , when we get into the interior of this helmet were going to kind of show you where the air goes and on the back of this helmet you've got four exhaust vents and you can open and close these in any combination you want really customize the helmet air flow your getting through your helmet . The exterior vents here are going to as air rolls over the back of the helmet , the front vents are going to have cool air pushed in and the warm air inside of the helmet is going to come right out the back its going to be drawn out by the vacuum created behind your head there's also two hidden vents at the base of the neck roll here you can feel them with your fingers. Basically its the same type of effect warm air is going to be drawn out from underneath the bottom of the helmet as well . Like i said earlier this is the same face shield used on the X12 its the CW1 its a wider eye port its also got several different detentes you could crack it open and it has a ratcheting mechanism all the way up and down. On the side here you have a locking mechanism if you tilt that lever back that shield is locked down so if your on the track and you do head checks it will lock down so it doesn't come open thats there for you, and if you push it forward slightly and it cracks the shield slightly so you can get just a little bit of air flow to come in from the bottom if you need the shield from defogging there . To remove the shield you actually open it all the way and its got the quick release self adjusting base plate before i take it off if you look at the ratcheting mechanism here when i close the shield all the way this spring actually pulls the shield back against the helmet and it will have a nice tight seal all the way around that gasket , its going to result in a quieter helmet and its also going to provide you with a better seal against the elements if your riding in the rain. Ill show you a feature here when i take the shield off , you just push that trigger forward the shield comes off its very easy to use. Another thing i don't know if you'll be able to see it on here on the camera here, but there's a lip around the top of the CW-1 shield and what that does is it seals around the top of this gasket . So if you've ever had a helmet where if your riding in the rain you've got water dripping down on the inside of your shield very frustrating , you've got a lip now which is going to give you a really nice seal around the top of the helmet to prevent that from happening . This shield is also available with the pin lock insert so you can get one with pin lock posts you can buy pin lock inserts basically what that does is gives you a duel layered shield you can install the insert and that's going to prevent any fogging from happening they work really really well so if your in an area that has high humidity that's a really great option as well . To reinstall the shield just line up these pins give it a little push there and it snaps right back into place just like so. So now were going to go ahead and move to the inside of this helmet and show you those features. On the interior of this helmet one thing that has significantly improved over the RF1000 now the interior is fully removable that's not something you had with the RF1000 that's a very welcomed feature especially if your running in a hot environment or you do a lot of track days of your sweating a lot you can actually take the entire liner out and replace it you can wash it so that's definitely a welcomed feature. I'm going go ahead and pull one of the cheek pads out here which is basically three snaps and this plastic piece inserts between the shell and the liner , these cheek pads are layered its actually multiple layers of foam you have a nice contour against your skin. Its a nice soft fabric as well . If you take a close look here there's actually recesses here as well for speakers if you use a communication system or if you install speakers for music or GPS or anything like that , you've got a space already cut out of the shell so that you have a spot to put those. Go ahead and remove the rest of the interior here the cheek pads come right out this is a brand new one that we just pulled out of the box . The center pad of this helmet is actually what they call their 3D center pad which is again going to contour the shape of your head its also has raised portions and opening so that ventilation that's coming up through the top of the helmet you can actually see there's holes here and its going to channel the air and it can get to your skin. If i flip the helmet up here you can actually see on the inside of this helmet these channels these groves are designed not only to prevent your head from being hurt in an impact which is what the actual liner does but holes here and these are really going to channel all that air all over your head so your not going to have just one or two spots where you have good ventilation your going to have good ventilation all throughout your head with this helmet. The Shoei RF1100 starts $377 for solids and goes up to $472 for graphics it weighs in at 3 and a half pounds which is actually slightly lighter then the X12 which is their high end race helmet . One thing that's really neat about Shoei helmets is that they do have a 5 year warranty from the date of purchase and they also give you 7 years from the date of manufacture and they also have a Shoei inspection program which is free of charge, so if you drop your helmet and are not sure if its damaged or usable you can just send it off to Shoei they will inspect it for free and they will let you know if its good to go or not. The RF1000 was a great helmet for years from Shoei the 1100 just takes it one step further its a great helmet. If you any questions just give us a call or check them out online at competition accessories .com.
    Hey guys this is Reuben with Competition Accessories today I'm talking about the Shoei X-twelve this is new for 2010 top of the line flag ship helmet. Shoei said its born from racing bred on the race track this obviously replaces the X11, i have an X11 in anthracite and i have the new X12 just to give you a quick comparison between the two. If i turn them side by side here ,head to head if you will,you will see the shape the over all aggressiveness again built for the race track built for that real aggressive tucked position. The X11 was a fantastic helmet very very popular a lot of the top racers wore it for a long time, now they've moved on to the X12. What they've done with the exterior of the helmet is basically two things they have streamed lined it significantly if you look at the way the spoiler integrates into the back of the X12 verses the X11 you can see its just a cleaner shell shape and what that's going to give you is even better manors at high speeds its going to have less buffeting be smooth and stable . Its also probably going to be quieter as far as there's a little bit less exterior going on the X12 your going to have just cleaner flow of air over the top another thing that they have significantly upgraded from the X11 to X12 is the venting and if you look at the X 12 here there are actually five intake vents and ten exhaust vents a few are hidden behind the arrowhead spoiler and in the base of the neck roll even on the exterior you can see there's a large vent on the rear where the X11 does not have exhaust vents on the sides they've enlarged the other vents that are there so your just going to have a lot more air flow in the X12 vs the X12 which is already really an aggressively vented helmet they've just taken it one step further with the X12. Another thing you'll see when you take a look at these head on is the shield the eye port, has been changed so now you are on the CW1 shield its going to be taller and wider so you have a lot better view of the track ahead , more peripheral vision better top to bottom vision .That really helps when your on a really tight tuck you can still get your eyes up and see above the brow here. Other helmets come down too low for that not built for that aggressive riding position . The X 12 again built for the race track. I'm going to go ahead and move the X11 out of the way here and well get into the features of the X12. First thing i wanna talk about is the shell, this is Shoeis AIM plus shell its called the Advanced Integrated Matrix Plus Multi fiber Shell. Basically its a mix between carbon fiber , Kevlar and fiber glass . They use elastic fibers in there to basically spread and absorb impact as much as possible. So if you have a sharp impact point its going to spread it over the largest area possible. On the interior of the helmet we have the EPS liner and it does its job absorbing all of that energy and preventing it from transferring into your head. The venting on this helmet is extremely aggressive as i said you have a chin bar vent here, open and close that going to direct air up onto the face shield help reduce fogging . You have a brow vent its going to bring air into your forehead and bring it around the sides . You have a top scoop you'll notice a lot of these vents are forward on the helmet that's because when your riding in this thing your going to be in this position and that air is going to be ramming straight on to that vent and giving you plenty of air flow. You have some exhaust vents here and the way these work is as air flows over the top shell its going to create a vacuum behind this little lip here and that's going to draw warm air out of the helmet. Same thing on the back you have a closeable rear vent airs going to be drawn out the back , underneath the spoiler here you'll see the gap , that gap is going to have some holes threw the shell that are going to draw warm air out your going to have some on the sides here mini vents and then again at the base of the neck roll there are some small vents that come out from the inside as well which is going to give you even more ventilation. The arrowed spoiler on this is basically this rear portion and its built into the helmet and what that does like i said earlier reduces buffeting keeps your head very stable . This helmet is very well mannered if you need to do head checks it doesn't do anything weird doesn't pull doesn't shake shimmy i mean this thing again is built for the race track they know what they are talking about when they do high speed runs. When you get into the face shield here its again the CW1 shield its available in a multitude of tints colors being a race helmet its going to be available with tear off posts , it also come pin lock ready if you want to instal a pin-lock system you could purchase a pin lock ready shield which is a separate shield you'd have to purchase and that's going to have some pins inside that you can insert the pin lock system . Basically what that does it gives you a duel layered shield which is going to reduce fogging and it instead of the warm air from your breath hitting the shield directly its that pin lock that is insulated because its two layers , it works really really well Ive ridden with them quite a bit actually . As far as the shield mechanism goes this is what Shoei calls their quick release self adjusting base plate and if you get it nice and tight on this when i open it you can actually see these little springs inside compress and when it closes it pulls the shield back and in and what that does is it gives it a really good and tight seal around the entire gasket all the way around the face shield and that give you just a really nice tight fit. It prevents any outside air or water from getting in the helmet it also give you a little bit quieter of a ride. There is another feature here its the helmet and shield lock so if you tilt this back its actually going to lock the shield down you physically can not open , a lot of guys will run that at the track in the locked position so when your doing 150 plus and your doing a head check your shield doesn't come open on you. You can also push this forward and that's going to very slightly separate that gasket and shield to get a tiny bit more air into the shield which is again going to help with any fogging issues if your running into that or if its just a hot out and you just want a little bit extra air flow you can just crack that forward . Of coarse there's also a detente if you want to open it a little bit further you can open it to the first detente and there's also a ratcheting mechanism all the way up and down. To take this shield off is very simple just basically two triggers on both sides push forward on that and it pops right out very easy to do , it just comes right off. Another thing i want you to see right on the shield is it actually has a built in lip in the top edge, you don't see this very often at all and what that does when you close the shield it is going to create a seal right along the top of that gasket so if you are riding in the rain your not going to have water or other air or anything coming in from the top of the shield so that's a really great feature as well. To reinstall the shield just line up the pins give it a press its going to click right into place so these things are really easy to swap in and out . Next were going into the interior of this helmet which are where the guts are where it does a lot of the protecting. The interior of the X12 is again built for the racer who's on the track pushing it hard and sweating a lot , they use a max dry system which is a moisture locking liner its going to pull sweat away from your face its going to allow a lot of that ventilation that i showed you on the outside of the helmet actually reach your skin and reach your head they call it their 3D liner Ill tell you why when i pull it out here before i do you'll probably notice there are two bright red tabs on either side of the cheek pads . What those are Shoeis emergency quick release system and again this is for the race track it also would really benefit you on the street too if you have an accident basically its for emergency personnel to quickly and easily pull your cheek pads out which is going to allow them to lift your helmet off with minimal impact to your head and neck , so they would be able to slide your helmet off a lot easier with the cheek pads out. Basically what you do is just grab the tab and they would just pull it out and you see it has a little loop hole for your finger and you can just rip the cheek pad right out , do the other side here and you can just see how much bigger that opening is now and you could imagine how much easier they would have they would have a much easier time getting your helmet off of your head with that much extra room . You can remove the rest of the liner its just two snaps at the back and then plastic in the front and this is the 3D max liner , what i want you to see on this liner is all these holes and openings here are going to provide you with a lot of ventilation all that ventilation is coming from the inside of the helmet from the outside in, that cool air is going to come in reach your skin and the warm air is just going to be drawn out the back and its designed to work perfectly in conjunction with all the venting that's on the outside of the helmet .If you look down on the inside of this helmet you can see some of the channeling in the actual EPS liner. What they use is actually a duel layer EPS liner and i actually have one to show you right over here this is actually whats on the inside the guts of whats actually X12 here . Its a duel layer EPS liner there's a lot of research going into one of these basically its designed to absorb as much impact as possible it crushes on impact so that your brain doesn't slam up inside of your skull its going to absorb as much impact as possible. They use different density's of foam throughout the liner to progressively absorb the impact, do if you have a minor hit its going to still have that give that you need , If you have a major hit its going to have that slight give and then you resist more and more as the impact happens. There's also separate pieces Ive kind of taped it together here so you can see what it looks like put together on the inside of the helmet. Before i pull it apart i want you to notice how many holes there are on the outside vents that are reaching threw this liner. Here , at the top , at the top here and the rear , at the back of the sides i mean this thing is built again for very very good ventilation. If i kind of pull it apart here you'll see they have separate pieces for the sides of the helmet this is actually what goes on behind the base plate so where the shield mechanism is . You'll need more protection in that area you'll notice it actually doesn't compromise the thickness of the liner even with this piece in place its plenty thick in that area . The chin guard is actually 2 pieces so you can see the entire chin bar is lined with this EPS foam but a lot of the other helmet manufactures cant say that. Their chin bar has a but of rubberized material but a little bit of foam in the front but this is the full EPS liner that goes all the way across the chin bar you have complete coverage on this helmet , and then on the bottom of the helmet or on the inside rather you can see these channels that run threw the middle I'm going to see if i can get my tape off of here and ill pull out this inside piece and this is what i was telling you about earlier this is the duel layer feature of the liner and basically this is going to you can see there's air channels that run on the inside of the shell and again this is just to allow cool air to come in and all the hot air to escape the very bottom of the interior there's more air holes for the air to come out. The X 12 has Shoeis performance fit and basically its an intermediate oval and it is a little bit tighter if your coming from an RF1100 or a Qwest you'll notice that the helmet is just a little bit more snug not enough to go up a size or anything like that because you actually want the helmet to be snug. Again this helmet is bread from the race track born from racing so the guys you see out there Moto GP and they want their helmets tight as possible because when your pushing those upper triple digit speeds you don't want that helmet moving around at all , and in a crashing scenario you need that foam to be as close to your head as possible so your head doesn't travel to hit the foam the foams already there to absorb the impact in that kind of situation. So that was our in depth look at the X12 from Shoei .
    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 with Competition Accessories welcome to our review of the Shoei VFX-W off road helmet , Now if you follow motocross at all if you look at the line up at any national out door advent your going to see a lot of Shoeis on the line up because its one of the premium top of the line off road helmet that you can get and there are a lot of things that set a Shoei apart from the competition . One being their AIM plus shell , Now AIM stands for Advanced Integrated Matrix plus multi fiber its basically an advanced combination of fiber glass , Kevlar , and carbon composite that makes for a very strong shell that is also incredibly light weight this helmet doesn't weight a lot its going to feel light on your head it also has a nice lower center of gravity. You know as well as i do when your riding off road you need a helmet to be very stable on your head and you don't want it to weight your head down because the amount you have to move around on the bike . So the other thing that's really neat about VFX-W shell is they manufacture it and actually four different shell sizes a lot of less expensive helmets only make maybe one or two shells and then they compensate for size with the interior lining. What they do with Shoei is make four different completely unique shells for the helmet depending on which size you have we have five interior sizes to go along with that you get a very custom fit helmet so if you were a smaller size its not going to be a large shell with a thick interior built in. So its going to be a nice custom fit its not going to look very big on your head. Now right off the bat what you'll probably notice with the VFX-W is it is incredibly aggressive in its shape, it has a lot of aerodynamic features to it that really just set it apart and it just looks mean . The look of it by itself is something that i think makes it worth every penny it looks really aggressive and it comes in some really nice graphics as well as solids as well . You have a nice area for the goggle strap to run around the back of the helmet and you'll see these ridges here and they do a couple of things they add to the aerodynamics of the helmet they also add to the rigidity to the helmet and if you hit here its actually going to create a kind of bridge around the outside of the helmet to really spread that impact over a larger area and then the interior foam does its job and absorbs the impact over a larger area rather then right at the impact point so its going to be able to manage impacts better. We talked about insulation oh I'm sorry aerodynamics ,the visor has a lot to do with the aerodynamics as well in an off road helmet obviously it can create a giant scoop for air and what Shoeis done they have engineered it in a shape that is aerodynamic air is going to flow right over it cleanly and if air does come up underneath it has access to escape around the back of the visor where it attaches to the helmet.There's area for air to flow right threw so that its not catching underneath the visor .Another thing they do with the visor is models that come in white such as this one over here to my left they include an anti glare sticker placed on the under side of the visor so that it doesn't bother you kicking light up in your eyes while you ride , the dark ones obviously don't need that . Ventilation is great on the VFX-W uses Shoeis flow through ventilation system there's quite a few intake vents on here some of them are built on the eye port right here you can see there are some small scoops there. Those are going to draw air right into the helmet the mouth guard is designed to not clog up and pack up with mud you can remove the mouth guard if you want to take it off and clean it there's one single screw in the front here you can pop that off clean the mud out if you need to but that's designed to let a lot of air in so you can sort of ketch a breath plenty of air flowing in the helmet . There's also some vents throughout this helmet that have nice kind of steel mesh behind it which obviously adds to the look of it there's one here and a couple at the top which are going to function as intake vents airs going to get pushed down into these and there's places for warm air to escape out the back here and then actually at the base of the neck right here is where the air channels on the inside of the helmet exit. So as cool air gets pushed in that warm air is going to get forced out the back right at the base of your neck and getting warm air out of the helmet is one of the most effective ways to keep you comfortable in hot weather. Going back to the visor real quick something i really like about Shoeis design is this kind of friction screw that they use at the top of the visor in almost any helmet it is accessible right on top a lot of other manufactures stick it underneath the visors and you've got to reach up underneath and some times its really hard to get to . With Shoei its right on top there's one in the center and there's two one on each side to take the visor off when you clean the helmet and then you can obviously adjust this depending on the conditions you can raise it up or down. I usually like to leave mine a little loose so that if you crash it doesn't break the visor off or be less likely to break the visor off. Moving on to the interior Shoei uses what they call their 3D max dry liner, now its called the 3D liner because it has different layers built into the liner which work in conjunction with the ventilation system to allow that air to flow behind the liner and around and get maximum coverage to your head . To pull out the liner is very very easy this is one thing Shoei is very innovative on , you can see there are red tabs here on the cheek pads and that's for emergency personnel. If you were to crash and be involved in an accident where it required some medical attention the emergency personnel can come up to you and remove those cheek pads simply by pulling on these tabs and you can see the cheek pad came out quickly and easily its a nice contoured cheek pad its going to conform to your face and its very comfortable against the skin it manages moisture really well . And again to get that out real simple pull on the red tab its going to come right out and take a look and see how much larger the opening is at the base of the helmet you can slide the helmet right off your head with minimal impact to your neck if they suspect you have a neck injury or you've hit your head really hard they are able to remove those cheek pads and get them out and slide the helmet off with out hurting you. You can remove the rest of the interior the crown liner a couple of snaps at the back and then a few snaps at the front of the crown and its going to come out and this is where your going to see that 3D feature that i was talking about you'll see it has molded ridges into the liner itself and they also use mesh all the white material you see here is mesh which is breathable the ventilation is going to pass through the openings and through the mesh you'll see along the front here they have openings again just lots of ventilation obviously off road even if its not that hot out you need a lot of ventilation because your working hard and need to stay cool. Take a look at the interior you'll see that the EPS liner which is the foam that manages the impact has air ducts that flows through it bringing all that air that comes in from the outside thats going to direct it around the entire helmet and then that warm air is going to be exhausted out the base of the neck and the rear vents that we showed you earlier in the video i also wanted to show you that the entire chin bar is also lined with energy absorbing material so if you come down face first and do a face plant its still going to be protected in the chin bar which a lot of less expensive helmets you don't see quite as much protection in that area and one of the biggest things that really impresses me with the Shoei that AIM plus shell if you grab the sides of the helmet here and squeeze it its an incredibly incredibly stiff design. So what thats going to do , not only is it a strong helmet, its going to spread impact over a larger area so that the interior can do a good job managing those energy forces in an accident. So thats the Shoei VFX-W offroading helmet if your a guy who rides anything from duel sport to anything aggressive off road trail riding , enduro, motocross, super cross , arena cross . Shoei has made a helmet for all of those arenas is got a really nice eye port really good unrestricted vision great ventilation as well and they just really hit a home run with this helmet I personally know a few people who ride with a VFX-W and they have nothing but good things to say about it.
    Hey guys this is reuben with competition accessories welcome to our first look at the all new shoei neotec which a new modular helmet from shoei a very popular helmet manufacture that makes some quality products theyve had the multitec in their lineup for several years and it has been a very popular choice for long distance touring riders commuters and those who just simply prefer the convenience of a flip up modular helmet but with the shoei neotec shoei has taken what was very popular with the multitec and they added a ton of upgraded features to it to make it just the ultimate long distance touring helmet/commuting helmet and its going to be I think a homerun now one thing I did want to stress the neotec is not a replacement for the multitec and were actually going to do a separate video with an in depth comparison between the neotec and the multitec so well have a link to that in this video if you want to see a comparison between the neotec and multitec for now were just going to take a in depth look at the neotec and what makes it really a fantastic helmet first things first the shell of the neotec is using shoeis aim shell which is called their advanced integrated matrix its basically a blend of fiberglass and other composite materials resulting in a very strong shell since modular helmets dont have a seamless chin bar its important in a modular for the shell itself to be extra stiff and strong and with the multitec you have that nice strong aim shell that you dont get in less expensive helmets that might be above poly carbon at variety for example now the chin bar of the multitec is poly carbon and thats to keep the weight down especially when your riding with the chin bar in the raised position or if your just wearing the helmet with the chin bar raised having lighter weight in the chin bar is going to definitely really help in that regard so your carrying a bunch of weight on the top of your head the neotec comes with an all new shield which is called the cns 1 shield its both taller and wider than the shield that came with the multitec but probably the biggest claim to fame for the neotec is the new internal drop down visor system now we have seen this on many other helmet manufactures and helmet models but what shoei has done is something a little different you get first of all its a dark smoke internal sun shield which is anti fog coated and if youll notice the shell here theyve actually built a recess into the shell itself so rather than compromising the thickness of the eps liner which is the foam inside the helmet where most manufactures basically shave some of that away to fit that little face shield up inside when its in the race position what shoeis done you can actually see theyve raised the front portion of the shell slightly so you would have room to raise that internal sun visor without compromising the integrity of the eps liner so that if you do have an impact on your forehead area your still going to have maximum foam there so its going to do a good job absorbing the impact we talked about the internal shield being anti fog coated the external face shield while its new wider taller eye port it also comes with a pinlock insert I do have the pinlock here it did come with the helmet you can see on this little illustration here it provides plenty of coverage and basically what the pinlcok is its a small flexible pane which you install between these posts and basically when you take the shield off you can install the pinlock system its going to lay on the inside of the shield right between these and it has a small gasket thats going to create a shield or seal excuse me around the edge of the shield itself and what that does is gives you a dual layered shield which is going to do a good job at reducing fog and so if you ride in colder conditions and you want to install that thts going to come with the helmet another thing that shoei has really improved versus the multitec is the all new ventilation system you have a chin bar vent which is going to direct air up onto the face shield which is also going to help with fogging and then you have a 3 position top air scoop its going to work just like a ram air effect its got a fully closed position and then a partially opened position and then fully opened as you ride you can see it is nice and tall up on the top of the helmet so its designed for the more upright riding position but basically air is going to be forced into the helmet and then it will be channeled throughout the helmet keeping you comfortable and then this is something that we did not see all in the multitec but its a rear exhaust vent which is also closable so you have a small slider switch here which will allow warm air to escape as you ride the new chin bar is going to give you 8 more millimeters of chin room inside the helmet thats fantastic for a couple of things number 1 if your going to install a communication systems and you want to have a microphone inside the helmet having that little bit of extra room is going to be nice and then also if you find that your just kinda cramped in some other helmets especially modulars where you might feel like the chin bar is just a little close to your face then the new neotec is going to give you a little bit more room in that area to raise the chin bar theres basically just a simple release mechanism in the front here you just squeeze down on that which is going to release the pins and it raises completely up one thing I did want to point out is the shield and the chin bar pivet on the same point as you can see there is a little torse bolt there and thats basically the pivot point for both the shield and the chin bar which is going to give you a nice fluid motion as you open either one so well go ahead and raise the internal sun shield there and another thing I wanted you to see is all the hardware for the latching mechanism is made of stainless steal so both the latches that are built into the chin bar itself and the posts that it latches to are going to be stainless steal you do get a chin curtain that is included with the neotec which is removable so if you want to have a little bit more air flow or you can just get that out of the way you can remove that another aspect that shoei has paid attention to is the way that this helmet flow through the air now ive already taken this helmet out on the road I hit the freeway doing about 70 mph it has really good wind manners its stable at speeds its also surprisingly fairly quiet for a modular helmet a lot of times modulars are little bit more noisey because you have those extra gaps and spaces throughout the helmet that you dont get in a typical full face helmet nut one thing I wanted you to see is shoei has incorporated on the edge of the chin bar they call it their vortex generator lip basically its just a little lip to the edge of the chin bar which is going to push air away from the gap between the chin bar and the shell so thats going to just reduce wind noise as air flows over this gap its basically directed up over the gap and then its going to cleanly flow back around the back of the shell there so thats just another little attention to detail that shoei has put into the engineering of this helmet now take a look at the inside of this helmet shoei has finally given you a fully removable interior on the modular helmet so you have fully removable cheek pads and a fully removable crown liner another thing I wanted to point out here is shoei has also given you a little ear pad that sits right in the part where your ear will sit and that is another piece of engineering thats basically going to help absorb sound so its going to keep that helmet nice and quiet going to give you a nice quiet ride so those are removable so if you want to run a communication system you can pull these little ear pads out of the helmet and then you have plenty of space in there for a little communication speaker if you wanted to install that as well but I thought that was a pretty neat little feature have little sound absorbing ear pads there and then the cheek pads themselves can be removed with a few snaps and around the edge the whole cheek pad is going to come right out and you can obviously switch those out for different sizes if you need to kinda customize the fit of the helmet oh another thing I wanted to point out right above the cheek pad here theres a small notch and this is a feature found in all shoei helmets but that notch is there to accommodate eye glasses so huge selling point for those that wear eye glasses a modular helmet makes it that much more convenient to get your glasses on and off you dont have to fiddle with getting them through the face shield you can just open the chin bar to get your glasses on umm depending on your glasses you may be able to pull your helmet on without taking your glasses off but there is a notch built right into the cheek pad there so that your fram of your eye glasses arent going to bother you while your wearing the helmet the interior is also a dry max material which is going to be a moisture wicking fabric basically in warmer weather if you sweat in the helmet its going to manage moisture well and help absorb your sweat and it will evaporate to keep you comfortable you can remove the crown liner as we mentioned its just a couple of snaps around the back and front and youll see that they use a 3d liner with several openings throughout the helmet liner so that the ventilation system can actually reach your skin another thing that your going to really notice is that if you take a look at the inside of this helmet is the ventilation features now we mentioned already that this is a major upgrade from the multitec your going to get a lot of ventilation with this helmet but you can just see the engineering that goes into the interior of this helmet there is many air channels as air is pushed into these different vents its going to flow through this helmet reaching different parts of your head and then you have the exhaust vent at the back of the shell and then there is also air channels that are going to flow the air all the way through to the base of the helmet shell here another thing to notice is this center top portion that goes around the crown is actually a separate eps liner so they use a dual eps liner in this helmet that allows them to do two things one it allows them to build in additional air channels behind the eps so that the vent is really maximized and effective but another thing that it allows shoei to do is use multiple densities of foam so certain parts of the helmet are going to use more dense foam other parts are going to use a softer foam and thats all to absorb as much impact as possible and to progressively absorb impact so upon impact that softer foam is going to initially absorb some of the impact and it is going to progressively get into the firmer foam and hopefully manage those forces as good as possible so that is the review of the shoei neotec helmet this helmet comes with shoeis five year warranty another real neat thing that shoei does is there free drop inspection program so if you actually drop the helmet off of your bike or otherwise think that there might be a problem with the internal aspects of the helmet in case youve maybe had a fall and your not really sure how hard you hit your head or if you hit it you ccan actually send the helmet into shoei and they will do a free inspection for you and let you know if its till good to go or not so thats definitely a good thing to take advantage of as well the shoei neotec is manufactured in 3 different shell sizes so x-small through medium are going to be in one shell and then large is going to be in a shell of its own xlarge and 2x large are going to be in that third shell size which allows them to build a shell that is optimized for your head size check out the neotec on our website at competition accessories also in the corner of this video is a link to our youtube channel you can click on that to subscribe to us there also if you click on the multitec that will take you to our comparison video that really breaks down the differences between the neotec and multitec so thanks for watching our review of the neotec all new modular helmet from shoei well see you 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
    Hey guys this is Reuben with Competition Accessories. Live from the dealer expo. Just giving you a unique, inside look at the Shoei Neotec. Now this is one of the only cutaways available from Shoei and wanted to grab it real quick so you guys can get a unique, inside peak into this helmet. And obviously the stand out feature of the Neotec is its the first Shoei helmet that we have seen with an internal drop down sun visor. And what Shoei has done is they have actually created a space inside the shell and this is there advanced integrated matrix shell. It is a high tech multi-fiber shell. What they have done, is they have actually built up a recess in the front of the helmet here so that there is space for this internal visor and the advantage for that is your not compromising the thickness of the EPA liner so this foam liner is what actually manages energy in an impact and what other helmet manufacturers have to do to accommodate a visor is actually take away some of the thickness so that they can fit that visor inside. And what Shoei has done is they have built the shell up just a little bit higher so that internal visor can actually have somewhere to go without compromising on safety. While we are up here at the top of the shell you can also see all the different air channels that are built into the liner itself and this is something you cannot just see with a complete helmet obviously. So with this flow through ventilation, your going to open this top it functions as a ram air scoop this top vent, and its going to have air channels that flow all the way across the top of your head. Exit vent at the back thats going to draw warm air out of the helmet and you just get really, really good full coverage ventilation with this helmet. One thing that is unique about this helmet is you take a look at it their 360-degree latching mechanism. Basically its a metal-to-metal latch for the chin bar and if you take a look at the pin right here, its actually completely encompassed with the latch, so hit this chin bar in any direction and its not going to pop free. Its not just a simple hook holding it down, if I pull the mechanism you can actually see that the hook releases. So that hooks going to let go and you can actually see how it fully encircles that pin so its going to really do a good job holding that chin bar down in place in the unfortunate event in an accident. The other thing you can take a look at while we are taking a look at a cutaway here is their contour cheek pad system and that just shows you how Shoei, a premium helmet like Shoei, your not just getting foam block in the cheek pad your getting something that is sculpted something thats going to fit your face. They use multiple densities of foam in the cheek pad thats going to give you no pressure points, full coverage, and lots of comfort. With the modular helmet its also important to have a good seal all the way around the bottom of the helmet that really helps reduce wind noise so for you longer distance touring riders its really going to eliminate that loud wind noise that you get with some other helmets which is going to obviously prevent you from being fatigued after a long day on the road. So thats kind of a unique inside look at some of the features that are built into the Neotec. We are going to put a link in this video to our full depth Neotec review so if you want to find out more about the Neotec helmet we have already done a full in depth review of this helmet you can click on the link in the upper right hand corner of the video. Also dont forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel so you can see more neat products like this one. Thanks for watching and well see you next time.
    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 .
    Hey guys this is Reuben with Competition Accessories welcome to our review of the Shoei Hornet DS , this is Shoei's Duel sport offering and its been around for a while now hopefully well see a refresh or an update helmet at some point but i wanted to do a review of it because it has been around and it is really a solid helmet its still a very good choice for taking a helmet that can be used on the street or on the trails and that's exactly what a duel sport helmet is intended for you can either run it as is or you can even remove the visor peak to make it even more aerodynamic if you have a long way to go down the highway. So its essentially like a duel sport like a dirt kind of helmet with an actual face shield, and one of the best things about this face shield is it is a very huge eye port you have very very good visibility out of the helmet and its large enough where you can run a goggle strap underneath and around so if you want to wear goggles under if there's really dusty conditions and you are following somebody you can put some goggles on under neath this eye port is wide enough where obviously most street helmets there's no way you could through goggles on underneath. You see you have a visor peak on this helmet its designed specifically for duel sport style of riding where you have a nice opening in between the helmet shell itself and the visor peak that way the wind doesn't just come in and get caught so you can still run 75 mph comfortably with this helmet. You will feel a little bit more wind drag obviously this visor is here and the beak of the helmet kinda the chin bar where it sticks out a little bit further so when your doing your head checks you can feel it pull a little bit more then you would on a normal full faced street helmet but its definitely not anything that is unmanageable its definitely a very comfortable helmet. Another thing that the Duel sport helmet is going to give you verses a pure off road helmet is closeable vents, so on those rides where its a little bit cooler out side and your not working as hard or just you know taking a trip you want the ability to close your vents which normally typically off road helmets all the vents are open all the time. Not to mention that makes a lot of noise but it also makes you cold if its cold out and your not actually riding off road and working hard. So you can close several vents by sliding these switches forward that's going to close the vent up front at the top which is kinda funneled in like a ram scoop at the top of the peak here and then you have two vents here at the top of the forehead you can see they operate on those sliders there and then switching around to the back here you can see these two vents on the top which are going to help draw warm air out the back of the helmet. This is a size large and if we through it up here on the scale you'll see that it weighs in right at 3 1/2 pounds which is definitely a nice number that's a nice manageable weight not incredibly light but not heavy by any stretch at all , so keeping the weight down is going to reduce your fatigue help your neck not get to sore when your out there on the trails working hard and that's mainly a thanks to the construction of the shell they use Shoeis AIM plus shell which is an advanced integrated matrix they use a combination of fiber glass and or organic fibers and they sandwich them all together their hand laid shell so yes it is a little bit more expensive then some of the other duel sport helmets from poly carbonate style helmets you might see out there but your getting a hand made Shoei helmet that was crafted by Shoei' s own factory in Japan that's why your getting what you pay for. One other vent that we didn't talk about is the one right here on the front and thats probably the most obvious vent , it sits right in front of the chin bar and its going to direct air two places, number one you get air to your mouth and then two here you can see that it works almost like the defroster in your car so your going to have cool air coming from the front of the helmet that is going to direct air on to the face shield. Shoei recognized that obviously when your going a little bit slower off road especially in cooler conditions fogging tends to be an issue so having this nice large air scoop in the front of the chin bar is going to help push cool air up onto the face shield helps to keep your vision clear. As far as the interior goes you have fully removable interior obviously riding duel sport it might get a little sweaty working a little bit harder it might get a little dirty or dusty you can pull out the full interior of this helmet wash it up or replace it if needed this helmet has actually been well loved and well used and this is our customer services managers helmet and he rides in it quite often so definitely a fantastic helmet you can check out the Shoei full line of helmets online at Competition Accessories .com. Don't forget Shoei helmets come with a 5 year warranty with their crash inspection program, so if you drop the helmet or you have a crash you can actually send this into Shoei they will do a free inspection and check it out and make sure that its still good to go or let you know if it has been compromised in some way because obviously the EPS liner that you cant see that's underneath the shell is what gets damaged in an accident so you cant see that damage from the outside so you want to make sure that helmet is still good to go that's just a free service that Shoei offers when you buy one of their helmets.
    Hey guys this is Reuben with competition accessories welcome to our Shoei helmet overview and buying guide. We get a lot of questions around here at Competition Accessories about what kind of helmet you should buy and right here I have just about every Shoei helmet available on the table in front of me there are a couple missing kind of the older styles of open face styles called the RJ Platinum, and a half helmet called the ST Cruz. I think those are probably going to be phasing out at this point butessentiallyI have everything current on the tale in front of me. There are a couple things about Shoei that that really make them stand out and stand apart from a lot of other helmet manufactures out there. And we get a lot of questions why I should spend the money on a Shoei when I can get the brand XYZ for half the price or less. And Im here to tell you there are real some real significant differences between a very inexpensive helmet and a premium helmet such as a Shoei or some other premium brands that we carry. Number one Shoei owns their own factories they have been in business over forty years and they hand make these helmets in Japan at their own factory they also have their own r and d lab their own wind tunnels so they do everything in house, they dont farm out anything, a lot of less expensive helmet brands their exactly just buying helmets from a big box manufacture like in China putting their own stickers on it and calling it and selling it to you. Um so yeah there is a difference there. You are saving a bunch of money on a helmet that is made like that you know mass produced, injection-molded plastic. All the Shoeis up here are actually handmade fiberglass shells. They have two difference versions of it. One is called just regular AIM which stands for Advance Integrated Matrix and one is calls AIM Plus. Which adds a secret level of organic fibers. Shoei doesnt really want to tell us what exactly it is but it essentially its another layer inside the shell that just helps to strengthen the shell even further. And when you look at the helmet specs on line you can see what shell it has it if its regular aim or aim plus. But bottom line is both of those are going to be worlds better than you would get on a regular polycarbonate helmet. As far as sizing goes, thats another thing I wanted to address up here. Im a size medium in just about every Shoei I am a size medium in every Shoei. And what you want to do is go on our website and see the size chart that is available on our website take some like this if you have it flexible measuring tape is best if not you can wrap a piece of string around your head and get a friend to help you and measure that but essentially your going to put that around your head at the widest point and for most people thats right above the eyebrows. And just tighten it down to where its nice and snug around the widest part of your head ok and get that to where thats snug, get the right accurate measurement for me its 58cm. So Im pretty much right at the top end of 57 to 58 range that Shoei recommends for a size medium. Andmediums fit me fantastic in Shoei. As far as head shapes goes most helmets manufactures dont tell you exactly what their shape is but Ive tried all of these on and I can tell you they all fit me great. They are what I call a natural shape. Kind of a intermediate oval that is going to work well with most people unless you know you tend to get a lot of pressure at either at the temples or at the forehead and the back. But the intermediate oval that Shoei tends to use in the most in most cases is kind of best for everybody. You will find some differences if your looking at something like the X-Twelve which is their flagship high end road race helmet thats definitely going to fit a little more snug and be a little more difficult getting it on and off. Verses something like their Shoei Qwest. Which is their more of there touring orientated helmet design more for a maybe a more mature rider which just features a little bit more of an opening a little larger opening in the base of the helmet. To run through the different models that I have up here Ill just do it real briefly keep in mind that we do have an in-depth video review of every single helmet thats up here on the table so if you want to know more about one of these definitely jump over there we will have a link at the end of the video here so you can go to any of those in-depth reviews if you want to learn more about it. So the Shoei Neotec that I have up here on the left is their newest modular helmet and youll see that is features and internal drop down sun visor. And that is something people have been begging Shoei to make for quite awhile and it took them awhile to come out with a solution that will work well for the Shoei helmet but they felt would not compromise safety. And what theyve done and theyve done it in Neotec the GT Air and the J Cruise that I have up here, instead of compromising the EPS liner on the inside of the helmet which is the Styrofoam that actually absorbs impact on the inside of the shell rather than shaving that away because obviously you need somewhere for that shield to go when you raise it out of the way it has to have a home to go to. So what theyve done is rather than shaving that down and compromising on thickness they rise the shell instead which gives you the same level of safety on the inside of the shell and the same amount of protection on the shell it self on the outside. So they done that with all three of these helmets. Thats the Neotec the GT air which is the full face version and then J Cruise which is obviously the open face kind of a fighter jet style helmet.Back here I have the multitec, this is kind of the older version of the Neotec. Its still around. Its less expensive than the Neotec by quite a bit so if your budget is more of a concern for you the Neotec is still a great option. And one thing I will point out theres a lot of different modular helmets out there which is the helmet that can open in the front and keep in mind you got a lot of different moving parts and latches and things like that so skimping on a helmet in this category I definitely dont like recommending people do that unless you have just absolutely no other choice because your budget is limiting you. But most people can save up for a Shoei if they really make it a priority because if youre out there riding your head is worth it.We talked about the Shoei Qwest briefly its essentially one of the most basic entry-level full-face Shoei helmets that you can buy. Its definitely designed a little more for a touring style rider, sitting more upright the vents are moved up and back not quite as aggressive as far as ventilation is goes but it still has that AIM shell and that nice soft interior that Shoei is known for.The RF1100 this is probably the go to Shoei helmet. This helmet will work on the street on the track commuting long distance touring. Its a fantastic do it all helmet it has a really nice integrated rear spoiler that is built into the back of the shell, that AIM shell that gives it that shape buts its not a stick on add on piece, you see it had four exhaust vents on the back that are open and closeable. As well as two on the front and its just a great all around helmet, so if your not sure what full face Shoei to buy you can not go wrong with the RF1100.The X-Twelve we talked about briefly already. Its essentially a high end race helmet works well on the street it is a little more noisy because of the amount of vents that are on this helmet it has a ton of ventilation built in um so you will definitely notice a little bit of noise increase however the shape of the helmet the aerodynamics of the helmets and the shear amount of air flow this thing can pump through is definitely noticeable and its a great option for you guys that are looking for a little more high performance. Now those definitely step up quite a bit more in price so keep that in mind as well.Last but not least we'll talk about off road segment the VFX-W has been killing it out there on motocross tracks supercross tracks enduro riders everybody loves the VFX-W. Its a light weight helmet fantastic ventilation for off road riding. And ah really dont need to say a whole lot about it. Cause it just does for well in off road in the off road environment.And last but not least we have the Shoei hornet which has been out for while here but its essentially a blend of between a full face helmet and the off road helmet that you see here. Just gives you a face shield and a visor peak that allows it to flow through-out the air fairly well for on road riding its great option for dual sporting and adventure touring.I hope you enjoyed this Shoei brand overview I know we ran through everything pretty quick. If you have any additional questions about Shoei we will be happy to answer those questions. Just keep in mind they are custom hand made helmets that come from Japan. So yes you are going to spend a little more money on them but they give you things like a 5-year warranty. Crash inspection program where if you crash helmet or if you go down and you crash they will Im actually inspect it for you for free, you can just send it to them. They will take a look at it and let you if its good to go or not. Cause if you compromise the internal foam on the helmet you may not be able to see if its damaged and Shoei will be able to tell you if the helmet it good to go or not. Though they have another level of service that you dont get with a lot of other brands and ah I think that personally the extra amount of money that youll spend on a Shoei helmet is worth it. So if you have any other questions dont forget when you shop with us here at Competition Accessories youll also be earning 5% Comp-A-Cash back to use towards future purchases. We have great free shipping deals and easy exchange program and no restocking fees. Thank you for watching. We'll see you next time.
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