New old-skool helmet from Shoei

Japanese crash helmet manufacturer, Shoei are the latest to join in with a new ‘old-skool’ style helmet for the ever-growing retro rider market. The new Shoei Ex-Zero is what the manufacturer describes as a “heritage full-face helmet.” They continue that the Ex-Zero; “reflects the style of the custom bike scene and heritage Motocross-helmets in one piece – with its sleek design elements, compact chassis and aggressive look.”

Like all Shoei models the Ex-Zero will be constructed using modern technology to meet the very latest safety standards. The six size options (XS-XXL) will be produced out of three different outer shell constructions for perfect fit and compact dimensions, using Shoei’s renowned Multi-Ply Matrix AIM shell. There will be an internal visor (CJ-3), Double-D-ring retention system strap, a fully removable and washable interior liner and an Emergency Quick Release System (E.Q.R.S.), in case of an accident.
Available in six colour options, The Ex-Zero will hit European stores from mid-July 2018 with a graphic version available from mid-September 2018.
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