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The Shoei company has been designing and manufacturing top-quality motorcycle helmets since 1959. In state-of-the-art research and development facilities in Japan, the company’s engineers design and test new models of motorcycle helmets that can meet and exceed the highest demands for safety, comfort, and style. Using the proprietary shell molding technology, Shoei can maximize strength and elasticity while minimizing the weight of the helmet. The extensive use of modern equipment and manual labor results in outstanding products free of all imperfections.

All Shoei helmets are being rigorously tested after the final assembly to make sure that they perform at the highest possible level. The use of cutting-edge technologies, new and improved materials, and elaborate manufacturing processes always ensures a precise fit. Many professional racers prefer Shoei helmets for their efficiency, great airflow, low wind noise, comfort, and of course, safety. This summer, you can get a Shoei helmet and save up to 25%. Click the image below to browse the full catalog of Shoei helmets:



Shoei® - J-O Open Face Helmet - MOTORCYCLEiD.com


Shoei® - J-O Waimea Open Face Helmet - MOTORCYCLEiD.com


Shoei® - J-O Carburettor Open Face Helmet - MOTORCYCLEiD.com


Shoei® - RF-1200 Rumpus Full Face Helmet - MOTORCYCLEiD.com



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I recently visited the biggest MC accessories store in Daytona, tried on a dozen different helmets, and Shoei was far and away the most expensive. REDIC!
 

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This weekend a conversation came up about price, and I mentioned performance. Smaller helmets that are lighter strain your neck muscles less, and are quieter, and generally offer better protection than larger, cheaper helmets. Companies spend a lot of money figuring out how to do this, and they need to recoup that investment to continue actually building the product.

What you buy is your choice, and I'm not here as your mom. What I will say is $2,000 in high-quality, comfortable gear you enjoy wearing is far cheaper than a $175,000 hospital bill and lifetime of having to live with a busted body.
 
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