Shoei Modular Motorcycle Flip Helmet

Full Face Carbon Fiber Multitec

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Shoei Multitec Modular Motorcycle HelmetWe've talked about modular helmets, otherwise known as flip-up helmets, in the past -- and you have a lot of options to choose from. The reasons to buy a modular are obvious: the protection of a full-face helmet with the accessibility of an open-face helmet. But the reasons to buy the Shoei Multitec modular take a little more education.

Shoei started manufacturing helmets in 1959, and they were the first to use carbon fiber architecture and ventilation systems. It is no surprise that they've developed such a sturdy, elegant modular helmet. An advanced integrated fiber matrix forms the shell, making it strong and lightweight. Everything on this helmet fits and functions with specificity. Every moving part locks in where it's supposed to be.

An integrated breath guard will work with the adjustable vents to reduce fogging. One of the features praised by riders is the Shoei helmet's surprisingly comfortable fit despite the variety of head shapes and sizes.

Wind tunnel testing has given this helmet an aerodynamic design with low turbulence for the modular style. In other words, it is not as loud as other modulars. You'll be able to find the Multitec helmet in 11 color options. Shoei gave thought to the variety of riders in the world and included slits in their cheek padding for people with eyeglasses or sunglasses. Shoei offers a 5-year-from-purchase warranty or a 7-year-from-manufacture warranty.

Shoei makes great helmets. Quality is always the most important factor when you're buying a helmet, but to a greater extent when you're buying a modular. The Multitec is worth the cost.

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