Shoei X-Spirit 3 Aerodyne TC3 Full Face Helmet
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Shoei X-Spirit 3 Aerodyne TC3 Full Face Helmet

Shoei X-Spirit 3 Aerodyne TC3 Full Face Helmet

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£699.99
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The Shoei X-Spirit III sports helmet is a high-performance, proven race weapon. Every detail has been fine-tuned and tested to give uncompromising performance on the road and track.

Its sophisticated aerodynamic system, rear stabiliser and lower air spoiler make this helmet slick and quick. But with 6 closable air intakes and six outlets, a three dimensional cheek pad and four different shell sizes across the size range, comfort hasn’t been overlooked. The interior is even adjustable allowing you to adjust the angle of the helmet to your position on the bike.

Neither has safety with its modular and multi-density EPS liner, Emergency Quick Release System (EQRS) allowing the cheek pads to be removed in the event of a crash and Aim+ shell construction. 

There are thirteen meticulously finished designs to choose from including MotoGP World Champion Marc Marquez race replica models.

Key Features

  • Aim+ Carbon Fibre and Fibreglass shell construction
  • Aerodynamic design with integrated rear spoiler and stabiliser
  • Six closable vents and six air outlets plus cheek pad ventilation system
  • Removable and washable interior
  • Emergency Quick Release System (EQRS) allows cheek pad removal in the event of a crash
  • Anti-microbial interior with removable and washable parts
  • Double D Ring fastening
  • Spring-loaded and double locking visor with Pinlock anti-fog lens

Size Guide: XXS (51-52cm), XS (53-54cm), S (55-56cm), M (57-58cm), L (59-60cm), XL (61-62cm), XXL (63-64cm)

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