Shoei has launched the latest version of their top selling sports touring modular helmet, the Neotec 3. The updated offering features ECE 22.06 certification, a first for this model, and an upgraded aerodynamic design.
Replacing the Neotec 2, it’s available in solid colours (already in store), and graphical options (arriving later this month). Improved noise reduction and a revised interior liner also feature, along with a redesigned (smaller) ratchet strap to improve rider comfort.
Communications are also catered for, with the availability of the Sena SRL3 integrated comms system. Featuring both Bluetooth and Mesh 2.0 functionality, with sound provided via Harman Kardon speakers, the system will be sold separately to the helmet.
Shoei’s Neotec 3 is the ideal choice those who want to ride with a full face helmet but may need to communicate clearly with others, without interference from the chin bar. It offers new levels of comfort, build quality, and protection.
The new CNS-3C visor features a centre closure for a perfect seal, with updated aerodynamics and ventilation providing improved cooling and reduced wind noise. The redesigned micro chin strap allows riders to secure the helmet faster too.
All Shoei helmets are hand made in Japan using the latest manufacturing techniques with the new Neotec 3 offered in six colours. Prices start from $1,299 for solid variations, and $1,349 for Metallic/Matte finishes.
There will also be six graphic options, with those starting from $1,499. Sizes range from XS to 2XL. To find out more head to premiumhelmets.com.au