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Shoei Qwest Overt Helmet

The Shoei Qwest Motorcycle Helmet was built with a focus on minimizing helmet weight, optimizing fit for comfort and protection and lowering noise levels to bring a new level of comfort to touring helmets. Featuring a slightly round oval internal shape, the Qwest helmet is manufactured with 4 individual shell sizes to keep the helmet as low-profile as possible. The smaller the helmet shell, the lighter the helmet weight. The Shoei Qwest Helmet also uses the Shoei's CW-1 visor technology with the Q.R.S.A system. This system guarantees a tight seal at the faceshield  by pulling the shield back to contact the opening seal evenly. The Qwest also touts an extra-wide viewport for additional peripheral vision so you can more easily take in the world around you.

Aerodynamic Shell Design:

  • Aerodynamic properties are maximized through extensive wind tunnel and feedback from professional riders
  • Dual-Layer EPS liner enhances impact absorption and ventilation
  • Four shell and six EPS liner sizes increase fit options that help to comfortably fit most head sizes
  • Molded air spoiler reduces drag and lift as well as diminishes weight pressure on the neck while riding at high speeds

Ventilation System:

  • Upper Air Intake Vent is positioned to maximize air volume into the helmet interior
  • Large upper intake vent positioned to maximize performance in high wind conditions
  • Easy to operate large lower intake vent
  • Lower air intake/defroster vent reduces shield fogging and increases ventilation
  • Rear/neck outlets allow for effective air exhaust
  • Breath guard and chin curtain are included

Lightweight Advanced Integrated Matrix Plus (AIM+):

  • High performance fiber materials are combined with extremely elastic organic fibers to create a shell structure that is ultra lightweight, rigid and resilient


  • 3D center pad and multi-layered, polyurethane foam cheek pads
  • Cheek pads are replaceable or removable for maintenance
  • Eyeglass-compatible interior
  • Standard chin strap clip neatly secures chin strap

CW-1 Shield and Q.R.S.A. System:

  • Q.R.S.A. (Quick-Release Self-Adjusting) base plate allows for tool-less shield removal and installation
  • Spring-loaded base plate pulls the shield back to contact the window beading evenly and ensures a proper seal
  • Scratch-resistant coating 
  • 99.9% protection from harmful UV A and B rays
  • Optional, CWF-1 two-dimensional Pinlock equipped racing shields with tear-off posts are available (sold separately)
  • Optional, CW-1 Pinlock prepared shields are available to accommodate Pinlock Fog Free Inserts (sold separately)
  • The CW-1, three-dimensionally curved shield is both wider and taller than the CX-1V it replaces 
  • 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 

Additional Features:

  • Construction: AIM+ (Advanced Integrated Matrix Plus Multi Fiber)
  • Weight: 3.644 lbs / 1,653 grams (approx, for Size Medium)
  • Standards: Snell-M2010, DOT

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

Shoei Helmets

Size Hat Size Measurement (in)
2XS 6 3/8 - 6 1/2 20 1/8 - 20 1/2
XS 6 5/8 - 6 3/4 20 7/8 - 21 1/4
SM 6 7/8 - 7 21 5/8 - 22
MD 7 1/8 - 7 1/4 22 1/2 - 22 7/8
LG 7 3/8 - 7 1/2 23 1/4 - 23 5/8
XL 7 5/8 - 7 3/4 24 - 24 3/8
2XL 7 7/8 - 8 24 3/4 - 25 1/4
3XL 8 1/8 - 8 1/4 25 5/8 - 26

RF-1100 / X-12 Shell Size Breakdown

Helmet Size Shell EPS Liner
XS (RF1100)
XS (X-12) SM

X-12 Cheekpad Sizing

Size (mm) Defaults
31 optional
33 optional
35 XS - 2XL
37 optional
39 optional
41 optional

RF1200 Cheekpad Sizing

Size (mm) Defaults
31 2XL
35 SM-XL
39 XS
43 optional

RF1100 Cheekpad Sizing

Size (mm) Defaults
31 3XL
33 optional
35 XS - 2XL
37 optional
39 2XS
41 optional

GT-Air Cheekpad Sizing

Size (mm) Defaults
31 2XL
35 SM-XL
39 XS

Qwest Cheekpad Sizing

Size (mm) Defaults
31 optional
33 optional
35 XS - 2XL
37 optional
39 2XS
41 optional

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

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Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Yellow/Black / XL 805883 0115-0703-07 Out of Stock


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Shoei Qwest Overt Helmet (Size XL Only) 4.6 5 500 500
Great helmet Bought this as a backup to my Neotech. Fit is similar. Less airflow. Very comfortable. A bit louder than Neotech. Installed CW1 yellow face shield and looks awesome! A great buy. August 26, 2015
Best helmet I have ever owned If you want a vary good helmet with wide view get this one you will not be let down at all August 17, 2015
Another great helmet from Shoei After my accident last year while only wearing a half helmet and sustaining some injuries to the head and face, I decided that I would only wear a full face helmet while riding. I first purchased a helmet that was sub 200 dollar price point and you get what you pay for. I decided last month to purchase a higher end helmet and after multiple hours of watching Anthony's videos and reading customer reviews, I chose the Shoei Quest. I was a little hesitant on spending that much money on a helmet, so I used the "can't put a price on safety and comfort." Out of the box I instantly felt how much lighter it was compared to the Bell Revolver I was wearing before. The fit was a bit snug in the cheek pads at first, but after a week or two of wear they loosened up. Overall, the noise level is about average. You can still hear what is going on around you at highway speeds. I did noticed that that the visor does fog a little bit when the visor is down and locked. Ventilation really is hard to evaluate because I live in hot and muggy central Florida and behind a full fairing bike. The size chart is spot on for this helmet. I do enjoy this helmet and in my opinion, you would enjoy it as well if you decide to purchase it. September 1, 2015
Very comfortable fit. I bought this to replace an older Shoei and I wanted another Snell rated helmet. Great value for the comfort and appearance to go along with the safety rating. August 24, 2015
Second one We liked the large matte black version so much we ordered this one for my wife. The graphics are well done and my wife says worth the extra $100. I can't comment on the level of protection or its quality in relation to other helmets since these are first two lids. I can say we are very happy with the purchases! August 24, 2015
Great middle helmet I've been riding a Qwest for a little over 2 1/2 years. It's comfortable, has easy to operate vents, and it looks good. It's actually a touch louder than the cheap Scorpion I replaced, but it vents better, has better visibility, and is more comfortable. I wish it had a fully removable liner, but I don't ride in ridiculously hot temperatures so it's not funky. I also wish it had a better anti-fog coating from the factory. Even my cheap Scorpion had a decent anti-fog visor. I know you can get Pinlock visors for this helmet, but come on, Shoei! Still a very good, comfortable, well-ventilated, Snell rated helmet. It also sees track duty and has had no complaints. Great value for money. August 23, 2015
Great helmet. Overall, an amazing helmet. I like the multiple vents with the open and close feature, but they could provide a bit more airflow through them. It's fairly quiet at 70+ MPH. Doesn't rise on me at high speeds. The fit was spot on. The visor is a plus, as well. Open, closed, and closed with a slight protrusion for more airflow. Easy to take the visor off and clean or swap with a different one. August 20, 2015
great looking helmet good closeout price for a quality helmet. great graphics August 19, 2015
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Shoei Qwest Overt Helmet (Size XL Only)
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Sam G: Hi viz protection at a good price point. Aug 24, 2015
Michael V: Hi Viz, good price, shoei name. Jun 9, 2015
Humberto D: because I learned through your video presentations the advantage of using this helmet and that the price was outstanding. May 29, 2015
Michelle b: Pricing. Shoei quality. High visibility. May 11, 2015
ROBERT K: Hi Viz graphics, top quality, and more head coverage for cold weather riding.
It's been an excellent choice.
May 7, 2015
David P: Always wanted a Shoei helmet but they were out of my price range until this close out sale. Another benefit is that this Hi-Viz helmet is much more attractive than my Bell Hi-Viz that is a solid color and doesn't quite match the yellow on my Scorpion Hi-Viz jacket. May 5, 2015
Don W: Under $300 for a Snell rated helmet- duh! Apr 28, 2015
Cris K: On sale Apr 23, 2015
Dylan P: Good closeout price from a high quality brand. Apr 14, 2015
Chris S: I wanted a hi-viz helmet that looked cooler than the solid ones. Safety with style. Apr 14, 2015
Brian V: Shoei reputation and comfort of fit. Apr 3, 2015
bill h: Shoei fits well and has good reputation. Perfect color scheme I was looking for. Mar 27, 2015
John K: Price Mar 26, 2015
Elaine G: Great fit. Quiet. Solid, lightweight. Mar 19, 2015
Garey C: I needed to replace a lesser quality helmet that was also yellow. The Shoei is a great value on close out and is already set up for ear speakers so I think I lucked out here! Mar 3, 2015
Sarah R: Needed a new full face helmet and this was a good value fro excellent comfort. Mar 1, 2015
Fred H: It's a Shoei for one, the price was great and it will provide the hi-vis I want but still looks good... At least thats what I think. Feb 24, 2015
Jeff L: High viz, my riding position which is more upright, Shoei name... that simple! Feb 23, 2015
Tim C: High visibility, excellent fit and Shoei's reputation for build quality. Feb 16, 2015
Jon C: First the Snell rating and second the hi-vis, plus the gray accent complements the bikes color. Shoei is a great product and the price is right. Feb 14, 2015
Richard G: Looking for a quality helmet that is Hi Viz... Awesome graphics on it too... Feb 9, 2015
Tom N: Product reputation and price Feb 7, 2015
Dean C: High Viz. Quality. Feb 7, 2015
Gary S: combination of reputation of Shoei & safety & hi visibility. Jan 26, 2015
Jim C: High quality helmet with good reviews. I just did not anticipate the problem with it continually fogging up. Jan 5, 2015
Francis Y: You only have one head, protect it. If safety is your priority, you got to go with Shoei. Dec 24, 2014
Tom S: Good deal on a high-end helmet Dec 24, 2014
Harry C: I chose this helmet because of the fit and the hi-viz. I have an older Shoei and other helmets do not fit my large oval head the same. Dec 16, 2014
Barry P: like Shoie, wanted high viz Dec 13, 2014
Michael M: I wanted a comfortable hi-viz helmet. This helmet seemed to be the best value. Nov 11, 2014
Gert L: I wanted a safe, high-visibility helment for city commuting. Nov 10, 2014
Michael A: Old helmet is 6 years old - Shoei 1000. Time to get a new one and wanted a full face helmet that was designed better for upright riding. Oct 20, 2014
mark f: great helmet Sep 27, 2014
Mark S: Solid reviews for a touring helmet with Snell certification. Reasonably priced and visible coloring.
Protected my noggin in a recent accident, scratches indicate this helped me type this update!
Sep 21, 2014
Jose O: It´s a very good brand and if you don´t want loose your head, you must protect her with the best. Aug 10, 2014
Somil M: Because I needed a good quality helmet which will also fit my head properly and hopefully it will last me 5 years. Aug 7, 2014
Sai S: Recommended on /r/motorcycles Aug 5, 2014
Bradley C: SUPER QUIET helmet, Shoei quality, and on a killer sale with a price match. Aug 5, 2014
Locke H: It is a Qwest Shoei Helmet, and it is Hi Vis at a close out price. I have avoided many accidents because I wear Hi Vis protective clothing. this Shoei helmet meets my needs. It is to bad they are discontinuing it, but I am sure something else will takes its place. Jul 26, 2014
Lori S: Price here was better than anywhere else. I need a full face helmet for scooter riding - and if safety is key, then "see me yellow" is best. Besides, I like the idea of resembling an odd zebra. Jul 23, 2014
Marlon A: I choose this helmet because it is a Shoei. It's at an amazing low closeout price right now. The graphics and color scheme is just what i was looking for. The black with Hi-Viz Yellow is a perfect combo to go along with my AplineStars Viper Jacket also Black and Hi-Viz. More reviews to come once received and worn on a ride. Jul 20, 2014
Gerald M: Was looking for a new helmet and since I ride a black FJR1300 touring sport bike, this helmet and it's color scheme fit perfectly. The helmet is also designed for touring and got very high safety marks, so after ensuring the helmet fit me correctly...it was an easy choice. Jul 15, 2014
Jeffrey B: Safety, Comfort, Price, Colors Match my bike. Jul 14, 2014
Jeffrey S: High viz shoei, snell & dot approved, Jul 11, 2014
Michael H: It should be good for longer rides, I like the safety of the added hi-viz colors, and it's pretty cheap since it's discounted for closeout. Jul 1, 2014
jason p: I needed a full face lid, that provided good visibility, quiet AND fit a round head. The Overt was on closeout so it was about the same price as a solid colored Qwest. The Hi-Viz is not really my thing, from a style point of view but I cannot deny the safety aspects so I went this route. Jun 28, 2014
John P: Hi Viz, top quality helmet, good match for my Ducati Monster 1100 Evo Diesel -w yellow accents. Bike is a two time award winner Jun 27, 2014
Todd G: My first "good" helmet -- this seemed like a great price on very well respected helmet brand, thanks Revzilla! Jun 27, 2014
Bruce B: looks like the safest helmet. I hope it is quiet too. Jun 6, 2014
Scott E: Sounds like the Qwest is perfect for my needs and was looking for hi-viz. Perfect timing since Shoei is discontinuing this color scheme. Jun 1, 2014
Luis B: Nice design and Shoei is always a great helmet Apr 30, 2014
Yuvaraj S: To fit my Intermediate to round oval head shape and upright riding position. Apr 26, 2014
Russell M: I love Shoei and it had a great color pattern. Also, better price than I could fin any where else. Apr 20, 2014
Sunbir W: I was looking for a SNELL certified Helmet that I could use while riding a Cruiser. Shoei Qwest offered me the best balance in terms of Protection, Comfort, Looks and Pricing Apr 15, 2014
Bryce B: I was looking for a good HiVis Helmet, I have owed Shoei before and like the way they fit. I did not have much experience with the visor mechanism and now that I have the helmet I really like the way it works. Very pleased with my purchase. Apr 8, 2014
Joseph K: Really nice helmet with attractive high viz look. Tried several other helmets including Arai and like the fit and feel of this one the best. Mar 31, 2014
Lorena G: Protection, quality, comfort. Shoei good reputation. Mar 18, 2014
Bryce B: Hi Vis, Shoei, On Sale Mar 18, 2014
Jason H: I picked this helmet because it fit my desire to have a Snell full face helmet with high visibility. After that, the Qwest seemed to be the best bang for my buck. Mar 11, 2014
Douglas M S: Good price and nice graphics. I have 2 shoei this one is very good for take a ride on the road. The other one is a Multitec and i use then for the city. Mar 5, 2014
Matthew V: I've had a Shoei Qwest for a couple years now and think it's a great helmet. But after a wreck I needed a new helmet and decided to go with a high visibility option, and this Shoei Qwest Overt meets my wants/needs perfectly. Feb 14, 2014
Chris F: The great price fora hi rez Shoei helmet, and the upright touring position. Dec 9, 2013
Robert O: Needed a new helmet--choose this color scheme thinking that maybe it might provide just a little more visibility to autos and keep me vertical .
Choose Showei for its quality and the Qwest because I am averaging 20k miles/year on my 650 V-Strom and am hoping it will provide the better comfort on those long days
Dec 9, 2013
Glenn M: Excellent protection, comfort and visibility. This was a replacement for one damaged in a high-speed crash. I did not even feel my head hit the pavement. Nov 23, 2013
Paul G: Comfort. Wind noise reduction. Safety. Nov 3, 2013
thomas c: good quality helmet and the on line video explains product well and takes some of the quess work out of disicion Oct 31, 2013
Angie B: Husband selected. Oct 26, 2013
Ray M: Needed new helmet to upgrade my Shoei RF-1100 that I dropped! UGH! Oct 13, 2013
P C: Snell rated, Hi viz, and faith in shoei brand/quality Sep 24, 2013
John A: close out price on premium helmet. Sep 21, 2013
Chris W: Sport touring features for long distance were a perfect match for my needs, brand, visibility, options. Sep 14, 2013
Doug R: Best price I found on line for this product. Like the hi viz color and been looking at upgrading to shoei brand for a while. Sep 11, 2013
Jim B: review was great Sep 9, 2013
James Z: Experience with Shoei helmets & combination of high vis with cool graphics & finally price. Aug 30, 2013
John P: Have a sport touring ducati, and wanted a hi viz touring helmet close to the RF1100. AWSOME helmet. Aug 17, 2013
Ben S: Good product at a good price! Aug 16, 2013
Michael M: I'm a night rider in city traffic-want to be seen on the way home... Aug 10, 2013
M A: Webbikeworld gave a great review along with you YouTube video Aug 6, 2013
A shopper asked: Are there speaker recesses for a comms unit ? Sep 28, 2012
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RevZilla: Good news, there are speaker recessions in the Shoei Qwest Helmet! Oct 1, 2012
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A S asked: What is included? Just a helmet, bag, and box? Is a chin curtain or instruction booklet included? Feb 24, 2015
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Bradley C: Mine came to my door in a brown RevZilla box. In that box was a white Shoei box. In the white Showi box was the size Medium helmet, removable breath guard, reproduct registration card, movable chin curtain, helmet bag, owner manual, and two Shoei stickers. Feb 24, 2015
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Per K: I believe both were included but unfortunately slept to many times to be certain about the booklet.
Very happy with the helmet and the service provided by RevZilla
Mar 4, 2015
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John A: Helmet came with bag, book, shield and chin curtain. I remove the curtain during warm days, which is common here in So Cal. Feb 25, 2015
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Scott J: Helmet, bag, box, chin curtain and booklet is all included. Feb 24, 2015
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thomas c: Yes a chin curtin and booklet is included Feb 24, 2015
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A shopper asked: I am looking for a very quiet full-faced helmet. My ride: BMW GS800. Any suggestions? Jun 30, 2014
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James B: I have this very helmet, which I wear when I ride my BMW F800GS. I don't consider it a very quiet helmet, though. I get a lot of wind noise with it. So much that I ended up installing a Madstad adjustable windshield to get the airstream to hit the TOP of the helmet rather than the MIDDLE.

A friend of mine bought a Qwest a few months before I did, and he considered it a quiet helmet. But he is a new rider, and had nothing to compare it to. I would have tried his first, but it was way too big for me. I got the Qwest largely on his recommendation, but wish I hadn't.

I owned an Arai RX-Q before this Qwest, but sold it on eBay after I sold a previous bike. I wish now that I had held on to it. It was quieter than the Qwest, and better in many other ways as well. For example, you can take the liner out of the Arai (to wash), but can't on the Shoei.

I don't think the Qwest ventilates as well as the RX-Q, either.

I have 2 other helmets I can compare to the Qwest.

Before I bought the Arai RX-Q for street riding, I bought an Arai XD3 for dual sport riding on my Suzuki DR-Z400s. Great helmet, but even noisier than the Qwest on the highway. I like it's bill (beak) for shielding the sun, though. Arai's are THE most comfortable (and safe) helmets for me.

I also still own a Speed and Strength SS200 hi-viz, which I bought because it was cheap ($175) but still are both DOT and Snell approved (like Shoei and Arai). Very uncomfortable helmet, for me anyway. Also lots of wind noise (more than Qwest and RX-Q, but less than XD3). IMHO.

I'm not sure there IS such a thing as a quiet highway helmet. Schuberth claims to be wind-tunnel tested, and are purported to be very quiet. My budget hasn't allowed me to try one as yet.

Final note: a good set of earplugs makes ANY helmet quieter. Also reduces post-ride ear pain from wind pressure.
Jun 30, 2014
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Anderw R: I like this helmet and it is quite but, and this is huge. Your height and position on the bike will have a lot to do with just how quite the helmet is. I ride a Suzuki V-Strom and I'm 6'-2". Buying a new windscreen with an extra 2" in height made a huge difference. Enough that I went from hearing the wind to little wind and the purr of my engine. I live in FL and the helmet is comfortable all year. However, your head shape will also influence your comfort.
Essentially, and this may not help you much, the quietness of the helmet will be more influenced by the overall aerodynamics of where your head is in relation to all the other factors that can cause buffeting and noise. Give it a try, the helmet looks great and the folks at Revzilla are very generous on their don't like/doesn't fit policy.
I hope this helps.
Jun 30, 2014
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TEd D: This is a great helmet as far as quality in the way it's built and finish. When it comes to quiet, I wouldn't call it a very quiet helmet but it is more quiet then the $200 helmet. It is quieter with the visor open then is with it closed. Winter time there is a big fogging problem. As always to avoid loss of hearing, wear ear plugs. Jun 30, 2014
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TEd D: It is a well constructed helmet but it is not what I would call a very quiet helmet. It's quieter than some and definitely quieter than the less expensive helmets. There is a fogging problem in the wintertime. To avoid hearing loss I always wear earplugs. Jun 30, 2014
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michael m: Nice helmet only has a few problems one is very hot in summer.
Other problem is the visor blows closed about 50 mph
Jul 5, 2014
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jeff w asked: Bought this helmet a few weeks ago and trying to figure out why I don't seem to get any consistent air flow going. I have adjusted my windscreen to get more air hitting me but still nothing consistent. How can I improve this situation? It is already getting warm in NC. Mar 16, 2015
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Nathan B: I typically ride with all the vents open, until I reach highway speeds leave the visor cracked a bit. When stopped or slow speeds the visor is at least part way up.
When the windscreen is on my bike, the airflow in the helmet is low.
With the windscreen off, it can be breezy in the helmet at highway speeds.
I do have both the breath guard and chin curtain installed. You may want to trying removing the chin curtain to see if that gets you more airflow.
Mar 23, 2015
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Garey C: Make sure all the vents are really open....it's easy to close some accidentally while putting on the helmet. Remove the chin curtain, keep the visor on the first open spot......I ride in SoCal and almost year round ride with open vents, trade off is highway noise when they are all open. Apr 14, 2015
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Chris W: Hi, I love the helmet, last year road trip, Cincinnati West Coast, all climate changes and temps including desert 110 degrees. Just put the visor on first crack open setting, then 1/2" if really hot., All vents open. I do rude with a balaclava liner hot or cold Mar 17, 2015
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Bryan S: Not sure what style of riding you're doing, but this was designed for more upright sitting positions. Also, I find if you remove the mesh chin insert, it allows for more airflow. Mar 16, 2015
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jeff w: I am upright on a tiger 800xc. I did remove then chin curtain as well. It just seems like nothing is moving around in the top of the helmet. Even checked the ports to make sure they are clear. Mar 16, 2015
A shopper asked: What is included? Is it just the helmet, a bag, and a box? Is a chin curtain or instruction booklet included? Feb 24, 2015
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Stewart L: Amended answer: please disregard my first response. My new Qwest just arrived from Revzilla and it includes both a helmet bag and chin curtain. Either my memory of the first helmet purchased is wrong or Shoei changed its specs with regard to this product.

In either case, enjoy the helmet. The cheek pads were too tight a fit for me so I removed one of the layers of padding and it was good to go.
Feb 25, 2015
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Gustavo A: It comes with a nice SHOEI helmet bag to carry it on, has the chin curtain and all the instructions

Great helmet!!!
Feb 25, 2015
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William B: Helmet, bag, box, chin curtain and instruction booklet are all included. Feb 24, 2015
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michael m: It comes complete with curtain and breath gaurd Feb 25, 2015
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Travis P asked: I am looking for a super quiet adventure style helmet. Airflow is also important. I ride a BMW GS800. Do you have any recommendations? Jun 30, 2014
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Bruce B: It very quiet with shield down, but with shield down you will be very hot.
The air vents work very well only if you are going over 60mph.
also with the shield down like all full helmets the shield fogs up.
Jul 3, 2014
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Chris W: I love this helmet, quiet, yes, but I always ride with earplugs. No buffeting from wind, I ride a K1600GTL and a R1200GS. It has a good airflow, enhanced with the visor gap setting on. Great value for money, having used Scorpion in the past, this is a class on its own. Easy to wire for headset intercom. Jun 30, 2014
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Aaron B: This model could be quiot. But it fogs super easy. Meaning I ride with it cracked most of the time. Plus I have not found the air flow to be all that great. Jun 30, 2014
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A shopper asked: Is this helmet hi viz green or yellow hard to tell from pictures? Mar 26, 2014
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Ray M: Aloha...it is definitely yellow. I own this helmet and it has a distinct hi-viz yellow that looks great! Apr 6, 2014
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James B: Definitely hi-viz yellow, rather than green. Apr 6, 2014
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A shopper asked: Does Shoei Qwest Overt Helmet come with pinlock shield or do you have to buy it separately? Apr 13, 2013
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RevZilla: Shoei Qwest helmets come with a standard clear face shield. To upgrade to Pinlock, the purchase of an additional shield and lens is required. Apr 19, 2013
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laken s: The Pinlock upgrade is a must for this helmet. You might as well order it as soon as you buy the helmet. Feb 15, 2014
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A shopper asked: Is there any difference between the Qwest Overt and the Qwest Solid other than the color/graphic? Jan 29, 2013
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RevZilla: The only difference is the solid versus graphic color scheme. All Shoei Qwest Helmets are built to the same specifications. Jan 30, 2013
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