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Shoei CW-1 Face Shield
  • Shoei CW-1 Face Shield - Clear
  • Shoei CW-1 Face Shield - Mellow Smoke
  • Shoei CW-1 Face Shield - Dark Smoke
  • Shoei CW-1 Face Shield - Yellow
  • Shoei CW-1 Face Shield - Orange
  • Shoei CW-1 Face Shield - Half Tone Smoke

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Shoei CW-1 Faceshield

The Shoei CW-1 Face Shield fits Shoei QwestShoei RF1100 and Shoei X-12 Helmets


  • Q.R.S.A. (Quick-Release Self-Adjusting) base plate allows for tool-less shield removal and installation. The spring-loaded base plate pulls the shield back into contact with the window beading evenly and ensures a proper seal
  • The CW-1, three-dimensionally curved shield is both wider and taller than the CX-1V it replaces
  • Optional, CWF-1 two-dimensional racing shields with tear-off posts are available
  • Scratch-resistant coating
  • 99.9% protection from harmful UV A and B rays
  • Optional, CW-1 Pinlock prepared shields are available to accommodate Pinlock Fog Free Inserts
  • A pre-set lever can easily lock the shield in place to prevent the shield from opening unexpectedly, as well as prop the shield open to increase airflow
  • "Mellow Smoke" refers to a tint that is lighter than the "Light Smoke" shield

Note: Due to manufacturer restrictions, Shoei products can only be shipped to addresses within the United States

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Shoei CW-1 Face Shield 4.7 5 262 262
Excellent Shoei Quality Typical excellent Shoei quality. It attaches and detaches from the helmet easily. The optical qualities are nearly perfect. A completely good product. Note: the dark smoke color isn't that dark. September 28, 2015
Perfect The Dark Smoke is perfect for daytime riding and not too dark for riding through tunnels and at dusk. August 24, 2015
Darker is better Was going back and forth about getting light smoke or dark smoke. I went with dark and it works perfect in most conditions. If you are going into direct sun, the dark is still not dark enough, but it will work in low light conditions. I would say all and all the dark smoke is the more versatile shade to go with. July 27, 2015
Perfect fit I purchased the smoked lense and it's amazing. I have sensitive eyes and I don't need to wear sunglasses under my helmet anymore yet I can still ride at night. The first time I put it on, I kept thinking I had my visor up because the view was so clear! There is noise but not more than the visor that came on my quest helmet. The figment is perfect and it goes on and off seamlessly. Great replacement part. July 20, 2015
Just what I expected Installation is a snap. I should refresh my shields more often!n July 1, 2015
Half Smoke shield, nice but pricey I like this shield. It looks cool and does provide a decent amount of sun protection if you tilt your head down a bit. I'm not a night rider, but I have ridden with it at dusk and have had no problems. Taken a few good whacks from all the cicadas around with no damage so far. I think the price is a bit high but the fit is good and the on/off system for my 1100 helmet is very easy to operate. May 27, 2015
Dark Smoke I purchased the shield in Dark Smoke for a Shoei Qwest. I am happy with it overall. The tint is nice but could be just a bit darker. I am not disappointed in it but with an option of light smoke or dark smoke I would expect dark smoke to be extra dark. It is almost the equivalent of a good pair of sunglasses in darkness but as dark as my Ray Bans would be perfect. Riding in the morning staring into the rising sun is the only time I truly wish it was darker and I have been known to nit pick. The mechanism for switching the shield is easy but I have yet to master switching shields in gloves which I could do with greater ease on a previous helmet. It is optically clear and presents an excellent field of view. Bugs come off easily and I have yet to scratch it. I am hard on gear and this speaks well for the product. May 26, 2015
This shield is great looking and provides good sun reduction and clarity This is the first time I ever bought a tinted shield and it was the best thing I did. I tried a modular helmet before with a drop down sun shield but that meant looking through my glasses, the drop down shield and the outer shield - too many! With my glasses and this tinted shield I got what I wanted. The shield can easily be switched with the original clear one for night use. May 18, 2015
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
tine l: great shield good vision when sun is shining Sep 30, 2015
Kelly M: Current one has taken a beating over the last year..... Sep 18, 2015
Matthew Z: The one I had was lost Aug 31, 2015
Steve B: Fits my helmet and needed a new one Aug 29, 2015
Joe K: Because I purchased my first Shoei helmet. Aug 25, 2015
claudio r: Because my actual face shield is dammaged Aug 14, 2015
Kyle M: Always great to have spares! Jul 10, 2015
Denis L: cool item Jul 5, 2015
Jamie I: A must have for riding. Jun 21, 2015
Larry W: New Shoei helmet needed a dark smoke for day time riding. Jun 4, 2015
kyle b: Because you have to replace them. They don't last forever. Jun 2, 2015
William O: I chose this because I needed a darker shield than the one that came with my Shoei helmet for karting so I got the Dark Smoke shield. May 27, 2015
John L: Purchased this to go along with the Shoei Quest helmet. Looks really cool with dark smoked lense. May 6, 2015
Don W: Matches my helmet- needed a smoke shield Apr 28, 2015
Chris S: Dark smoke shield is a must on sunny days Apr 14, 2015
John B: I ordered this visor in Yellow to have something to cut the glare when riding during the day and that I could still see through at night. Mar 26, 2015
Robert C: Replacing ones that saved us in a crash Mar 21, 2015
Jeffrey S: For night riding with the Shoei Qwest helmet. Mar 17, 2015
Roberta S: To fit my Shoei Qwest helmet. Mar 11, 2015
Stephen A: Old one scratched. Feb 6, 2015
Steve S: Because my first one got scratched up. Nov 26, 2014
Michael R: I prefer the dark visor to a clear one Nov 24, 2014
Matt B: My wife needed a tinted shield so she would not have to wear prescription sunglasses all the time. Works very well for her. Nov 4, 2014
Matthew V: Helmet fell on the floor and got scratched up. Just needed a replacement Oct 9, 2014
Bob B: Needed a new shield. Current one is scratched. Sep 13, 2014
Ismael B: because it looks grate on my black helmet. and the quality of shoei is excellent. Sep 11, 2014
Kevan J: Replacement Sep 9, 2014
Rodney B: Replacement for scratch ed shield Aug 23, 2014
Curt V: I'm so ugly, I needed a smoke shield to not scare all the people admiring my bike. Aug 22, 2014
Jason W: My existing shield got a light scratch down the middle. Its only visible when the sun is directly in your face but it drives me crazy when that happens. I like the dark smoke over the mirrored ones since I hear they're a darker tint which i prefer. Aug 17, 2014
Nicholaus H: I just purchased a RF1100 from the dealer that I bought my moto from. I need a dark lens to see better in the day time for summer use. Aug 13, 2014
Michael S: I live in Florida, and the sun was absolutely blinding on my rides....AM I travel East -- sun is rising...PM I travel West -- sun is it was always blinding all the time.

I bought the darkest face makes a world of difference!!! There are still days I could darken it up, but thats probably due to FL sun...most other people should be fine.
Aug 5, 2014
doug k: have used a smoked lens for years and have become accustomed to the convience of not having to wear sunglasses Jul 18, 2014
MIchael Y: I want the dark visor to go along with the clear visor. Jul 18, 2014
raul b: Fits my X-12 and can replace the clear shield that comes with the helmet for bright days. Jun 27, 2014
Dan P: I chose the Dark Smoke to keep from frying in the intense Texas sun. Also to avoid having to wear shades underneath my light smoke shield. May 29, 2014
Susannah T: replacement shield May 22, 2014
David S: Needed a new one, love the helmet! May 17, 2014
Gregory R: I purchased the Half Tone Smoke...More of a trial & error type thing. I will update results at a later date. May 13, 2014
John M: I chose this as a replacement for my OEM shield which had no UV protection. I ordered a light smoke and a dark smoke and I'm not sure which one this is but they both worked well. I am not awaiting the photochromic shields to arrive!! May 12, 2014
Fidel S: Needed a tinted shield for Summer riding/ track days. Apr 29, 2014
Alan M: fits my helmet Apr 22, 2014
christine r: SO I CAN BE PROTECTED FROM THE SUN Apr 19, 2014
Bryce B: My helmet came with a clear visor shield, I wear glasses and don't alway put on Sun Glasses so it is helpful for me to have a tinted visor and keep my regular glass on. Apr 8, 2014
Louis E: I was tired of wearing sunglasses while riding. Apr 7, 2014
John P: My wife likes her helmet and wanted a darker face shield for the sun. Mar 28, 2014
Vukosava J: For those sunny days. Mar 27, 2014
Tommy W: For sunny day riding. Mar 22, 2014
Nate R: To not have to wear sunglasses Mar 21, 2014
Lorena G: Looks, style, sun protection (safety). Mar 18, 2014
Romar T: Picked the dark smoke to dim the view when riding. Perfect for when riding on a nice, sunny day! Mar 13, 2014
jeremiah f: Match the helmet. Mar 13, 2014
Larry s: I picked the dark smoked one due to the bright Florida Sun! Mar 10, 2014
Joshua M: I wear glasses, so I needed a tinted facesheild Mar 7, 2014
victor m: replacement for original shield Feb 10, 2014
James V: I like the level of UV protection, Hate getting my nose and eye's baked from too little protection. Feb 7, 2014
Maxime A: going to look good on my rf1100 matte black helmet Jan 30, 2014
Mark F: A tinted visor is a must on the track in the summertime. Jan 26, 2014
Jacob C: I don't ever get a helmet without getting a smoke shield. Jan 24, 2014
john f: Wanted a internal sun visor helmet, but the helmets I looked at seemed too cheap or too expensive, so looks like I'll be changing face shields Jan 24, 2014
Timothy W: The dark smoke looks GOOD against the Yellow, and will probably look killer on the Pure Orange also. Jan 18, 2014
David M: Scratched my original. Jan 17, 2014
Jeffrey D: Sun shade for new helmet Jan 17, 2014
Rob C: OEM is the best fit for shields Jan 6, 2014
Julie B: Fit my helmet. Need it for night riding. Jan 4, 2014
Bill T: Need it for bright daylight riding. Dec 30, 2013
Mauricio C: like the dark face shield Dec 25, 2013
Rod H: For improved sunlight eye shading. Dec 19, 2013
Cat B: gift Dec 18, 2013
Belmar D: Needed a silver mirror face shield for my Shoei X-12 helmet. Revzilla has some really good prices and had the face shield I wanted in stock. Dec 13, 2013
O P: Works. Dec 10, 2013
Christopher D: No need for sun glasses with a tinted face shield. Nov 27, 2013
Tom S: Need darker shield for daytime riding. Nov 25, 2013
Kristin W: needed a smoke windshield Nov 23, 2013
jeffrey w: so i cant see her face Nov 19, 2013
Anthony B: I seem to always choose to travel East or West at exactly the wrong time. I don't feel comfortable wearing my sunglasses behind my visor, so I wanted something to ease the sun. Nov 13, 2013
Josh L: I dropped close to $500 on a Shoei helmet because I don't want to skimp on head protection. Cheaper aftermarket visors are available, but their scratch and impact resistance is unclear. Nov 10, 2013
Wes B: Needed a Smoke shield for my wife's Qwest. Nov 3, 2013
Cheryl S: eliminates wearing sunglasses under shield Nov 2, 2013
LUIS ANGEL B: I own a Shoei RF-1100 helmet which only comes with a clear faceshield, so I need the smoke faceshield for sunny days. Oct 31, 2013
Peter M: Slightly wider than the stock visor, with scratch resistance and dark smoke really helps the suns glare; not as dark as you'd expect Sep 23, 2013
S T: Wanted a darker faceshiield for my Shoei helmet--works great and it is all I need day or evening. Sep 12, 2013
Darius W: Good shield. I like this better than sunglasses any day. Not too Dark, good sun protection. Does not scratch easy. Sep 7, 2013
Fede S: For night and day riding. replaced clear one that came with the helmet. Aug 31, 2013
A shopper asked: Anyone tried the orange shield? Jul 10, 2014
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Belmar D: Yes, I have a clear Orange shield for my Shoei helmet. It is an Enhanced lens that is great for cloudy/rainy weather and at night but strain your eyes severely in the sunny weather. The clear Yellow shields are also Enhanced and similar. Jul 27, 2014
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A shopper asked: Want to know if this is to dark for the overcast skies and rides with lotes of shades from trees. Can you see the road clearly as to avoid pot holes, bump and other obstacles? I'm concern that the road won't be seen as clearly as a clear lense. Apr 21, 2011
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NYCRider: I have the dark smoke and as long as it's daylight out you'll be able to see fine even under the shade. I live in NYC and I can ride with the dark smoke at night with just the city lights (I usually leave it open) but I'd say in daylight under shade that would overall be brighter than just city lights at night.

It def won't be as clear as the clear shield but you won't have any trouble with the dark smoke during the day. It's about the same as pair of dark tinted sunglasses I would say.
Aug 8, 2011
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Chris K: The dark smoke is quite dark, so you may prefer a light or mellow smoke instead. My recommendation would actually be the Amber/Yellow colors as they improve contrast in cloudy conditions and help to see beyond shadows. Apr 21, 2011
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KWICK: I ride with my dark tint shield at night occasionally. It's do-able. I just bought a half-smoke for day rides that turn into night. Any daytime riding, the dark smoke works great for me though. Jan 30, 2012
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Mustang4290: I recommend this if you want the dark tint.. I've got it and I can ride at night with it down. It looks dark but it's really quite easy to see through. Plus you look really awesome with it lol Oct 31, 2011
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JBRIII: RC..the dark smoke appears black from exterior but you can see as though your wearing med sunglasses.Its safe even if your caught out after dark.I didn't believe that until I tried it. Apr 26, 2011
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Buddha2802: The tint isn't that dark and you can see pretty good even with lots of clouds. You can still see at night time, but i wouldn't recommend it. May 16, 2011
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zeusthegoose: not too dark at all. i'm forced to do the occasional after sunset commute with the visor, i can see obstacles and other vehicles just fine. Apr 23, 2011
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togliat: Tint is not overly dark. I llve in Sacramento, and actually could do with a darker, or maybe iridium coating. It might work well for you. Aug 26, 2011
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michaelj: When the sun is high there is no problem even on cloudy days, the only time I have to switch to the clear is around sunset. May 16, 2011
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Zead: The dark smoke visor is very clear, works well on cloudy days and transitions. May be too dark for night and rainy days. Jan 29, 2012
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Movistar: I wouldnt go with the dark smoke. it is hard to contrast with in a heavily shaded area. May 24, 2011
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Ammar K asked: Based on some of the comments below, I'm getting the impression that the Dark smoke is a little too dark if the sun is down. So, I would like to go for a little less dark. In that case I would like to know which one out of the mellow and light smoke is darker? and how far apart are they? If anyone could help me out, i would be very thankful. Oct 6, 2013
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Gilbert G: Ok Mr K - Safety should be of great concern here. Dark visors look cool and perpetuate a dark kinda cool dark rider image but not very practical to use at night.
I am a self-taught rider (7 Busas since 2001), and have found that waring the right shades/glasses has an advantage over tinted visors. Ie; when its sunny, your CLEAR visor together with any of 1000's of shades/colors gives the rider the world as far as tint and color from which to choose w/o compromising night riding safety - please, always use your visor and safety equipment wisely so you could enjoy your riding experiences to the full.

Iy is very wise of you to find out about this issue now instead of during a night ride where much more is at stake- your life; BRAVO !!
Oct 7, 2013
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Ammar K: Gilbert I'm in agreement with you in regards to the safety being the primary concern. However, I have tried wearing a couple of different shades under the helmet, and I have experienced a loss of visibility. They create several blind spots and limit the side to side visibility significantly. I currently have a Bell RS-1 with a photo-chromatic transition shield, which is an absolute wonder. So, what I'm trying to achieve here is a shield color that would give me the same convenience of never carrying another shield. So, I would like a color that's dark enough to block the sun, and light enough to not Impair my visibility in the darker hours. Oct 9, 2013
john q: The dark smoke is too dark for after hours. I carry the clear with me to switch out if I am out late. where I live this is not usually a problem but I ran into a grizzly in Canada with the sun down and dark shade on. I regretted the oversight of not having my clear shield with me and won't make the same mistake again. No experience with the intermediate shades. Oct 8, 2013
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Ammar K: Ok, I thought so too. Knowing myself, I will get into that situation of forgetting the clear one a lot. That is why I want to go with something less darker. So, I can reduce the consequences of wearing a non-clear shield in the after hours. Oct 9, 2013
Wong H: If you don't like carrying 2 visors (like me), then I would suggest going with the Spectra (iridium) visors. I use the gold spectra shield even at night - which are fine on roads with street lights. If you are riding in the dark (ie. with only your headlights) then use a clear visor. Oct 31, 2013
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john d: Anmar, I've used a whole range of Shoei facesieilds and after the sun goes down I use clear shields. When sun is up I only use dark smoke. Hope this helps. John Oct 7, 2013
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Ammar K: Right! I mean that would be the ideal thing to do. I have a Ogio No drag mach 5 and it has a shield holder. However, sometimes I'm out without the bag and in that case I don't want to get stuck with riding with the dark smoke in the dark, with he only option being having the visor up. Believe it or not, I have received a ticket for having my visor up here in NYC.
So, what I'm trying to do is: I'll compromise a little in terms of the sun-blocking effectiveness when the sun is out, and I would like to have something that I can survive with when it's dark outside. Oct 7, 2013
Andres P: Can someone actually answer this question? Which shield is darker, mellow or light smoke? Mar 10, 2014
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Ammar K: Sounds good, I appreciate your help Nov 4, 2013
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A shopper asked: And if not, which shield would work / do you carry it? Jun 3, 2011
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Ducatihunter1: Unfortunately, This visor only works on the newest lines of Shoei Helmets. The one you are looking for is CX-1V. Jun 4, 2011
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Grumpy00: You need the CX-1V visor to match an RF/XR 1000. The CW-1 is for the RF/XR1100 or X-12 helmets. Aug 7, 2012
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Mustang4290: no, this shield will not fit on your rf-1000.. you need to get a:
Shoei CX-1V
Oct 31, 2011
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84swbchevy4x: CW-1 is for rf1100 and x-12 helmets only. Aug 27, 2012
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Daniel S: No. Only for the RF-1100 Dec 24, 2012
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A shopper asked: How is the half tone smoke when riding at night? May 8, 2015
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Chad M: Half smoke at night isn't an issue for me. It's not as dark in the day as I would like but that does help at night. I no longer use the shield. I've upgraded to a new helmet with built in shade. ... works much better. May 9, 2015
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Justin P: It really depends on where your riding. It tones down lights from other vehicles, but if your riding elsewhere with poor lighting I would highly recommend the clear shield. its always better to have both. May 9, 2015
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Mike G: It's too dark for me to do night riding. I have to switch back to my clear shield. May 8, 2015
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Robert C: Don't ride at nite much but it is ok. We do not change it out. May 8, 2015
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A shopper asked: If the dark smoke was compared to tint on a car, what percentage would you say it is? (The less the percent the darker it is) Aug 26, 2012
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ATyson: 15% maybe 10%. No visibility loss what-so-ever. Highly recommend. May 20, 2013
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84swbchevy4x: Prob. around 20% or so. Maybe 25% at most. Aug 27, 2012
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neoBusa: I'd say 30 - 40% Dec 26, 2012
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RevZilla: That's a tough comparison as tint's can vary depending on many factors. The Shoei CW-1 Faceshield in Dark Smoke is definitely dark, dark enough where you can't see anything if you get stuck with it at night. Hopefully that helps. Aug 28, 2012
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ricky d asked: How is the half tone smoke when riding at night? May 8, 2015
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Belmar D: I have no problems in the dark. The tinted part on the upper portion is more of a medium tint than a smoke. Jun 11, 2015
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Brian R: I have know problem riding at night with the shield but some people feel it's to dark. May 12, 2015
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Charles Gabriel C asked: Will this fit the RF-1200? Dec 7, 2013
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Leonardo K: Unfortunately the CW-1 face shield will not fit the new RF-1200
The RF-1200 uses the new CWR-1 face shield
Dec 7, 2013
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Jack B: Hey,

Sorry to say that, along with all the other upgrades that come with the new RF-1200, the visor has gotten a substantial makeover too. Unfortunately that means the CW-1 visor that is used on an RF-1100 does not interchange with the newer CWR-1 visor designed for the RF1200. The detenting arrangement, the latching mechanism, and the attachment points have all changed. Got an RF-1200? Then you'll need a CWR-1 series visor. The good news? It comes with Pinlock anti fog mounting pins installed, is more rigid, seals better, and is available in a variety of tints. Hope this answers your question.
Dec 7, 2013
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A shopper asked: ¬øDoes it fit to the Shoei XR-1100 (El Capitan) helmet? ¬øDoes the helmet size matter? Apr 3, 2013
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RevZilla: The CW-1 fits the XR-1100 and its U.S. counterpart, the RF-1100. There is only one size, so helmet size does not matter. Apr 8, 2013
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WestCoastDub: I can't say for sure since I don't have that helmet but it fit my size large Shoei Qwest when the expansion zipper was used. May 29, 2013
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A shopper asked: How do i order the optional pin locks Jun 6, 2011
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Chris K: You would need to order the two part system - the pinlock faceshield and pinlock lens. I've linked the products for you below: Jun 7, 2011
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KWICK: You must buy a Pinlock shield. Jan 30, 2012
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A shopper asked: I have an older shoei hemet which says on outside RFR. will this shield fit. CW-1? Sep 30, 2015
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Spiro K: No. The RFR model uses the same face shield as the RF1000 I believe it's the CX-1V shield. Oct 1, 2015
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Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Clear 535795 0213-9100-00 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Mellow Smoke 535800 0213-9125-00 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Light Smoke 535799 0213-9115-00 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Dark Smoke 535797 0213-9105-00 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Yellow 535796 0213-9103-00 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Orange 535798 0213-9106-00 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Half Tone Smoke 535801 0213-9150-00 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours