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Shoei Metallic Multitec Street Racing Motorcycle Helmet – Brilliant Yellow / 2X-Large

Shoei Metallic Multitec Street Racing Motorcycle Helmet - Brilliant Yellow / 2X-Large

Shoei Metallic Multitec Street Racing Motorcycle Helmet – Brilliant Yellow / 2X-Large

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Looking for convenience, versatility, and security all in one? Welcome to the functional world of the SHOEI Multitec. Recognized for the convenience and versatility provided by its ability to convert instantly to an open-face configuration, the Multitec's modular design allows riders to perform tasks that would normally require the removal of a full-face helmet.Shell Integrated SpoilerCheek Pad Slits for EyeglassesLightweight, Advanced Integrated Matrix (AIM) ShellRemovable CheekpadsIntegrated Breath GuardAdjustable Upper VentSleek and Aerodynamic DesignNeck Outlet VentLightweight, Advanced Integrated Matrix (AIM) ShellComplies With FMVSS218 (DOT)Quick Release Base Plate System3D Comfort Liner SystemChin CurtainPreset Shield Opening Lever With Locking MechanismCX-1V Shield5-Year Warranty2012 Model

Sizing Note:2X-Small – Hat Size: 6-3/8 – 6-1/2 – Head(cm): 51 – 52 – Head (inch): 20 1/8 – 20 1/2X-Small – Hat Size: 6 5/8 – 6 3/4 – Head(cm): 53 – 54 – Head (inch): 20 7/8 – 21 1/4 Small – Hat Size: 6 7/8 – 7 – Head (cm): 55 – 56 – Head (inch): 21 5/8 – 22 Medium – Hat Size: 7 1/8 – 7 1/4 – Head (cm): 57 – 58 – Head (inch): 22 1/2 – 22 7/8 Large – Hat Size: 7 3/8 – 7 1/2 – Head (cm): 59 – 60 – Head (inch): 23 1/4 – 23 5/8 X-Large – Hat Size: 7 5/8 – 7 3/4 – Head (cm): 61 – 62 – Head (inch): 24 – 24 3/8 2X-Large – Hat Size: 7 7/8 – 8 – Head (cm): 63 – 64 – Head (inch): 24 3/4 – 25 1/8

Customer Reviews

Great Helmet

 December 21, 2010
By Dave
This is a great helmet. I have had mine for almost 2 years now with no complaints. I really like that it has slots for glasses. Most helmets do not take that into consideration and Shoei did. I live in West Texas and was worried that it would be too hot in the summer, boy was I wrong. It moves the air quite well. It might be heavier than some other modular helmets, however the quality is there. It is a little noisier than a full face helmet. That is a trade off I was willing to make. You can’t go wrong with this helmet.

The BEST helmet I have ever owned!!!

 June 5, 2010
By Juan Andres Sinisterra "JAS"
Shoei helmets are one of the best helmets you can get. I have no complains, the quality of this product is outstanding! Here are some of the things I love of my Shoei helmet:

> It comes with a kind of cover to install under the chin. This is great to help suppressing the noise which wind produces on the helmet. I even hardly hear the engine sound! Also the helmet design itself reduces enormously the wind noise.

> It has enough inner room for the “legs” of sunglasses (how’s the name for that thing btw?). Wear whatever sunglasses style you like, it wont be never uncomfortable on this helmet!

> The vent pads really works! Once they’re open you can feel the wind coming thru your head!

> The helmet is really lightweight. It feels VERY comfortable!

> This Multitec version comes with flip-up front to become an open helmet. I love this feature, especially when I stop or when I need to talk to someone; I open it and I feel “free”. Also, the front goes up and closes up very easily, even when wearing gloves. WARNING, never ride with the front opened!!!

> My Suzuky GS 500 is black, so I bought my Shoei helmet black as well. It looks gorgeous! 🙂

I recommend highly this product, it is really FANTASTIC!!! A+++++

i love it

 January 30, 2013
By marina tejeda
excellent !!!
is an excellent product arrived in excellent condition and is beautiful and high quality.
the color is perfect

thank you !!!!!

Huge improvement

 September 24, 2013
By Steven F. Husted "shuste73"
I’ve been riding for almost 5 years now, and my first helmet was a Bell. It wasn’t bad, and lasted me about 4.5 years and over 40,000 miles, but I didn’t know what I was missing!

The Shoei Multitec helmet is lighter, quieter, more aerodynamic, has the little lever that lets you crack open the visor so it doesn’t fog, has lots of room for glasses/sunglasses (without them getting all cockeyed), flows air WAY better than that old Bell (some of the vents were cosmetic only – what were they thinking!), and I am very pleased.

I took one star off my rating because I do feel some wind getting in at around 75-80mph on cold mornings, and I am worried that this will be a problem as the mornings continue to get colder. I think you can adjust the way the visor is attached (loosen a couple of screws and push it tight), but it should have come set up better, especially on a premium helmet brand.

Also, my head size is exactly between Shoei’s medium and large chart, so I went to Cycle Gear to try it on. All they had was the Neotec (see note below). My experience is that I could wear the medium but it hurt my ears to pull it on with the face down, and it was just too tight with the face up. The large still isn’t exactly easy to get on with the face down, but it’s a breeze with the face up.

I got this helmet instead of the Neotec. The guy at my local Cycle Gear said that the Neotec has a little more room in front of your face and has the flip down sunglasses/visor thing inside. It’s also $550 vs. $310. I can wear $10 WalMart sunglasses and pocket the the other $250, thank you very much.

Finally, the color of this helmet (wine) is almost an exact match for my bike, so that satisfies my OCD quite nicely.

All the benefits of a modular without the old school modular looks

 February 26, 2012
By Jeremy Morton
To say that I’m pleased with this helmet is an understatement. I ordered the Matte Black helmet and a silver mirror shield and they look great together. The helmet is very comfortable and much quieter than the old Shoei RF 900 that I retired. I’m looking forward to several years of use.

Good quality

 September 18, 2013
By Josh
Helmet seams like it will last a long time. My only complaint is that you have to change out the face shield when going from night to day or vice versa.

Big Shoei Fan

 November 16, 2011
By Trailboss
I bought this for track days in my Z. I have a 20 year old Shoei helmet I used for my bike (now it’s on display only), and the new one is still great quality with a lot more functionality.

Their products are still simply the best.

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