Gman58
 
 
 
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5 / 5
5 / 5
Held Airstream II
PostedApril 10, 2014
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Gman58
From Phoenix
State:AZ
Rider Type:Commuter
Age:55-64
Gender:male
Bang for the Buck 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Finally I got my Helds after almost a year wait. I live in the desert and it gets HOT. 90 degrees is the morning temperature. I wanted something that would protect me and provide airflow. I have a BMW RT and my hands are behind a fairing so any airflow in the 115 degree heat is a blessing. These gloves are everything that are claimed to be. Great protection, great airflow, great fit (like a glove:-)). The only complaint I have is against their US distributor or lack thereof. They are leaving money on the table. The gloves are expensive and worth every penny.
Rides: 2011 BMW R1200RT
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Shoei Neotec Modular Helmet Evolving on previous designs, Shoei has revamped its modular helmet style with a streamlined and attractively sculpted shape that conveys the feel of freely moving through the outdoors in the Shoei Neotec Modular Helmet. Overall shell size is kept compact by incorporating the internal sun visors open/close mechanism inside all ventilation mechanisms are shaped and positioned in such a way as to reduce any possible drag. A redesigned aerodynamic spoiler also helps to cut lift, reducing neck strain on long, cross country rides. In the Shoei Neotec all these features combine to create a premium helmet that excels in appearance, protection, comfort and performance. The Shoei Neotec Helmets chin bar is connected to the same axis point and mechanism as its shield, minimizing extra parts. This also enables simultaneous closing of the shield with the chin bar, which is then held in place with an easy-open lock release button. The shield lock system offers secure closure or the ability to keep the shield slightly open to allow for increased airflow. With the Shoei Neotec Helmet, Shoei now includes a built-in sun shield, the QSV-1. The visor tucks neatly away beneath a non-intrusive shell built into the helmets liner, and can be lowered with the easy control of a sliding button. Shoei Neotec Helmet Features Face Shield Features Easily operable lever mechanism Anti-fog, anti-scratch, 99 UV blocking New Pinlock-ready CNS-1 faceshield Wider and taller than the CX-1V that it replaces Includes Pinlock insert 3D injection molding process ensures a distortion-free view Improved Ventilation and Aerodynamics Newly designed vortex generators pull air through helmet 276 more airflow than Multitec Added inlets and outlets Vents are flush against helmet to maintain aerodynamics 5-Ply Shock-Absorbing Fiber Shell 3 shell sizes AIM Multi-Composite construction Lightweight yet strong Shell-integrated spoiler reduces lift and drag during high-speed riding Dual EPS Liner Multi-density EPS for optimal protection Two vents funnel fresh air through the EPS liner Dual liner channels route and disperse air evenly throughout the helmet EPS liner in chin bar All new interior Fully removable 3D interior liner Top center pad is removable and washable Improved cheekpad design allows better fit with eyeglasses Included chin curtain can be inserted into the chin bar to reduce turbulence and noise All Neotec Helmets sold in the US have a double D-ring closure Be sure to check out our Shoei Neotec Review above, in which we detail and break down all of the features and functionality of the brand new Shoei Neotec Helmet. Note Due to manufacturer restrictions, Shoei products can only be shipped to addresses within the United States
 
Overall rating 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Best modular helmet on the markey today!
PostedMarch 22, 2012
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Gman58
From Phoenix
State:AZ
Rider Type:Road Warrior
Age:45-54
Gender:male
Bang for the Buck 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Style 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Comfort 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Protection & Durability 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Air Flow 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Features 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Noise Level
Quiet
Quiet
Loud
Shape
Narrow
Round Oval
Round
I am a modular helmet fan. I've had KBC, Nolan, Shoei and Bilt modulars. I wear glasses and like to be able to sip from my camelback in the blazing Arizona heat. I also like to listen to music via my headset. The NeoTec exceeds all of my expectations for these things. I had a Multi-tec that saved me from injury in an accident in 2008 so I knew the NeoTec would be safe. I thought long and hard before I got the NeoTec. I did a lot of research and it boiled down to the NeoTec or the Schuberth C3. The Schuberth is one heck of a helmet. In my opinion the NeoTec is significantly better. The fit and finish can be described in one word: flawless! The paint is absolutely gorgeous even if it is boring since there are no graphics. The Neotec fits my squarish head better than the Schuberth. I don't have any of the pressure points that some Schuberth guys have mentioned. I also don't have the front facepiece right up against my chin. The NeoTec is a quiet helmet also. My music sounds that much better and at lower volume. Speaking of music, the NeoTec is Bluetooth headset friendly. The ear piece cutouts are actually where your ears are! Sounds simple until you have a helmet that has ear openings halfway up the side of your head. The NeoTec also is very friendly to aftermarket headsets. The sunvisor actuator is not located along the lower left edge. Every Bluetooth headset I've seen mounts on the lower left edge. On the Schuberth your options are severely limited and expensive. Also, those options aren't necessarily the best. You can mount any Bluetooth headset on the NeoTec AND still use that most excellent sunvisor as designed.
The Shoei doesn't protect your noggin any better than any other DOT certified helmet. What it does is make your helmet wearing riding experience that much better and enjoyable. While it is less expensive than the Schuberth it is still not a bargain basement item. However, it is worth every dollar. There is a new king of the modular hill and it is the Shoei Neotec!
Yes, I recommend this product.
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