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Shoei Neotec LE Helmet
  • Shoei Neotec LE Helmet - Black/White

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Shape: Intermediate Oval

Weight: 3.88 lbs

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Building upon the success of their previous modular helmets, the Shoei Neotec Helmet was designed with long distance and ADV touring in mind. The innovative tri-composite shell has been designed to provide riders with a smooth and quiet ride while reducing, lift, weight and increasing overall safety. The shell of the Neotec has also been designed to house the internal drop-down sun visor, eliminating the need to reduce the thickness of the EPS liner and potentially compromise safety.

An integrated face shield shield and chinbar pivot point reduces the number of moving parts, mitigates wind noise and enables riders to close both the chinbar and face shield in the same motion. Shoei’s stainless steel 360° Pivot Locking System secures the chinbar when it is in the closed position and the dual-layer EPS liner provides enhance impact absorption and is channeled to facilitate ventilation.

From the shell to EPS to the 3D formed comfort liner, the Shoei Neotec is purpose built to provide unrivaled rider comfort and safety. Perfect for nearly any type of ride and rider, the Neotec is the ultimate in touring performance. 

Shoei Neotec Helmet Features:

Face Shield Features

  • Easily operable lever mechanism
  • Anti-fog, anti-scratch, 99% UV blocking
  • 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

Ventilation and Aerodynamics

  • Vortex generator vents 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


  • 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
  • Double D-ring closure

Note: Helmet does not feature the Shoei logo on the front and ships in a plain white box with a plain white helmet bag. Due to manufacturer restrictions, Shoei products can only be shipped to addresses within the United States.

Shoei Helmet Sizing

Size Head (cm) Head (in)
2XS 51 - 52 20 1/8 - 20 1/2
XS 53 - 54 20 7/8 - 21 1/4
SM 55 - 56 21 5/8 - 22
MD 57 - 58 22 1/2 - 22 7/8
LG 59 - 60 23 1/4 - 23 5/8
XL 61 - 62 24 - 24 3/8
2XL 63 - 64 24 3/4 - 25 1/8
3XL 65 - 66 25 5/8 - 26

Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.

How To Measure

H Head Wrap a cloth measuring tape around your head just above your eyebrows and ears. Pull the tape comfortably snug, read the length, repeat for good measure and use the largest measurement.
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black/White / XS 940610 0117-0159-03 Only 3 Left: Ships within 24 hours
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Black/White / XL 940614 0117-0159-07 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
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Shoei Neotec LE Helmet 4.7 5 697 697
Made a huge difference in riding comfort It's a pricey devil, but I was more than willing to sell my soul to it. It's maiden voyage was my first moto-camping trip- one of 2000 miles. Wonderfully comfortable. I can feel the air flowing along my scalp. The wide face shield, including anti-fog insert and sun visor, is SO clear that you could forget it's there. I do wish it had a quick release clasp like my old helmet, but I'm not gonna lose any sleep over it. August 12, 2016
Excellent helmet I have found this to be surprisingly quiet: I expected to wear ear plugs, but there is no need although I tend to be sensitive to noise. It has full features and a lot of flexibility. August 10, 2016
Shoei vs. Schuberth vs. HJC My review is a comparison of the Shoei Neotech Imminent (ITEM# 1067891), the Schuberth C3 Pro Dark Classic (ITEM# 1008216), and the HJC RPHA Max Align (ITEM# 886476). I've been riding my '08 Honda VFR800A with the HJC RPS-10 flat black for the past 6 years, and I'm very happy with the helmet's fit, light weight, and overall shape. But the RPS-10 is very noisy, and I have to always wear earplugs when riding the VFR. I'm switching to the Honda Goldwing to ride more long distances now, and want to have the option to take a sip of water without having to pull over. I’ve already purchased the Schuberth C3 Pro Classic Women's Helmet (ITEM# 1008288) for my daughter for us to ride 2 up, and she’s keeping it. I was really hoping the C3 Pro Dark Classic would fit so we can sort of match. Shoei – Overall Rating – I ruled out the Schuberth because of the chin buckle issue, and it was down to the HJC and the Shoei. It’s not the lightest or most compact helmet. I like the overall shape, graphics, and quality. The internal visor mechanism is smooth, quiet, and the placement of the switch mechanism and built in headphone speakers cutout makes it possible to add on a third party Bluetooth communication system. The internal paddings is the easiest out of the 3 to take out and put back. Style –I liked the graphics, and is growing on me. I rank the graphic and overall shape #2 out of the 3. Comfort – The helmet is comfortable and no pressure points. I rode in 90 degrees plus temperatures on the Goldwing, and the helmet venting works well if I sit up straight to the point where I can feel the air dumping down the top of my head. When I slouch the air can’t get to my helmet, and my sweat starts to get uncomfortable on the cheeks and brow line. Noise Level – With the Goldwing’s full fairing, I have no noise issues. I can hear the audio system pretty well 0 to 80+ mph, and at the same time no wind buffeting. Weight – Not the lightest amongst the 3 helmets, but feels about the same as the HJC. Considering this is a modular helmet, I really can’t complain. Time will tell how this helmet feels after those 700 mile days. Shape – The opening is wide enough to comfortably put on the helmet. The outer shape is pleasant but when I wear it makes me look like a lollypop. The internal shape is very comfortable, and has headphone speaker cutouts built into the EPS. Vision – All 3 helmets provide very good visibility/clarity, and the flexibility offered by the built-in internal visor is another reason I’m switching to a modular helmet. The visor’s darkness is dark enough to ride head on toward sunrise and sunset. Schuberth – Overall Rating – I was really rooting for the Schuberth. I like the overall shape and it appears to be the smallest of the 3. It feels lighter than the Shoei and the HJC. The visor slider mechanism has some sharp plastic edges that I don’t like. I like the idea of an integrated Bluetooth option, but at $399 a set, I’d go with something like the Sena 20s. But the visor slider mechanism would interfere with the Sena 20S. The internal paddings is the hardest out of the 3 to take out and put back. In the end, I just can’t make the chin strap/buckle work for me. Style – The shape is the best out of the 3. I liked the graphics, and the matte finish. I personally rank the graphic and overall shape higher than the Shoei and HJC. Comfort – This is where things fall apart for me. The chin strap/buckle chokes my throat right at the adam’s apple, and I tried different adjustments without success. With the buckle unbuckled, the rest of the helmet was very comfortable, and no pressure points. Noise Level – I can’t test the noise level since I plan on returning this helmet. Weight – Lightest amongst the 3 helmets. Considering this is a modular helmet, I’m impressed by how light it feels. Shape – The opening feels the narrowest among the 3 helmets, and is the hardest to put on. Once on, there are no pressure points anywhere. Vision – All 3 helmets provide very good visibility/clarity, and the flexibility offered by the built-in internal visor is another reason I’m switching to a modular helmet. HJC – Overall Rating – I like idea of HJC’s visor slider mechanism the most, but the execution falls short. The mechanism doesn’t feel smooth, and is awkward to reach high above the head to pull the visor down. The middle position is also tricky to click into. The overall shape is close to my old HJC, and I do like it. I think Anthony complained about the change to how you remove the outer visor, but I actually think its an improvement. The release mechanism pops the visor off with confidence and certainty, and clicks back in with no fuss. The RPS-10 was a bit more fussy. The internal padding is similar to the RPS-10 with minor differences, but still easy to take out and put back in. The plastic tabs of the cheek pads that wedge into the shell was a little too fussy and vague for my liking. There isn’t a clear cut out for headphone speaker like the Shoei, but does leave a bit of space. No sure it’s enough though. Style – The graphics is my least favorite among the 3. Paint quality is good, but just not interesting or striking. The paint scheme just seems unnecessarily busy with no clear statement. Comfort – The overall comfort reminds me of the RPS-10, which is a good thing. Plus the benefit of features afforded by the modular helmet. Just like the RPS-10, there are no pressure points. Noise Level – I can’t test the noise level since I plan on returning this helmet. Weight – No the lightest amongst the 3 helmets, but on par with the Shoei. Shape – The opening is on par with the Shoei as well. Once seated on my head, it feels snug and the cheek pads squish my cheeks a bit more than the Shoei. I think my RPS-10 did the same when new, but relaxed comfortably after a full season. Vision – All 3 helmets provide very good visibility/clarity, but the tint of the HJC internal visor is the lightest among the 3 helmets. I prefer a darker tint. HJC likes to tell you their 3 position slider mechanism is better, but in reality the Schuberth and Shoei have infinite positions since their mechanisms are not spring loaded. August 5, 2016
Love this helmet Premium feel. Quiet. Fits perfect after getting 31mm cheek pads (which I highly recommend). The included size is for a very tiny face it seems. August 4, 2016
Purchased for my wife Bought this helmet for my wife, this is her first helmet and she loves it, nice colorway with style and airflow are excellent, recommend to anyone consider modular helmet. August 2, 2016
Nice Helmet ... but, I have several other modular helmets. HJC, Nolan. This Shoei is a bit better than the others IMO. It's lighter in weight than the others for sure. It was comfortable right out of the box. No break-in as with my other helmets. Vision is good, too. Perhaps not any more so than the Nolans. The movable chin portion of the helmet works with gloves on and raises easily. But, when dropping it down, there is not an obvious "click" to tell you it is latched. The others do. The Shoei does not. I have to tug on it to make sure it is down. Ventilation is just OK. Not sure it's any better than the others. Nolan's chin strap latch is the best. The Shoei's is just the 2 D-rings. The plus goes to Nolan. All in all, the Shoei is a very nice helmet, but not sure it's $200+ better than the others I have. August 2, 2016
Great product I got this for my brother and he loves it. Will buy another one very soon. August 2, 2016
Overall great helmet Have had many different brands but this Neotec is the best so far. August 2, 2016
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