Beginning in 1959, SHOEI Kako Co., LTD is established and begins manufacturing general safety helmets in Tokyo, Japan. Soon after they acquire a larger facility to begin manufacturing motorcycle helmets. From that point on SHOEI went on to create motorcycle helmets for motorcycle racers and racers at heart. Then Shoei helmets introduced new a changing models from street helmets like the RF-102 in 1983 to dirt helmets like the Shoei's very first offroad helmet the EX-2 to the now, today, well known and top of the class RF-1100 Shoei Street Helmets and VFX-W Shoei Offroad Helmets. Shoei always strives to keep advancing their technology and developments to stay at the top levels achieved and needed for the road, the track and the safety of motorcycle riders every where.
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Shoei X-14 Helmet
The premiere helmet market is a constant who's who of mover and shakers. With Shoei's introduction of the X-14 Helmet, everyone else is trying to figure out how to catch up, both in R&D and on the track. With exquisite styling and functional lines, the Shoei X-14 puts it all on the table. With a Dual-Layer Multi-Density EPS liner that enhances impact absorption and ventilation and a Cheek Pad Cooling System features channels cut through the EPS liner and corresponding air holes in the cheek pad foam, cooling and clearing warm, humid air away from the rider’s face the Shoei X-14 is hands down the helmet that should be on your head.
Shoei VFX-W Helmet
With so many helmet options available to the motocross and off-road riding and racing communities, SHOEI takes great pride in the fact that more top riders prefer the groundbreaking VFX-W over all others. The absolute pinnacle of off-road helmets, the VFX-W Shoei is the result of countless hours of conceptualization, R&D, and testing with the most hard-nosed critics of all, our professional racing team. With top pros like Kevin Windham, Josh Grant, Josh Strang, and Destry Abbott leading the charge, the VFX-W Shoei is drenched in state-of-the-art features, and absolutely no stone was left unturned during its development. If you’re looking for a new lid to hit the track or trail, look no further than the Shoei VFX-W Helmet.