Shoei has evolved the already superior VFX-W helmet into the next era of off-road motorcycling. Sporting all-new safety and stability features, easy adjustability and maintenance, and an aggressively modified yet recognizable look, the VFX-EVO stands ready to command the arena and meet riders' needs for this challenging sport.
Lightweight, Advanced Integrated Matrix Plus (AIM+) construction combines high performance fibers with organic fibers to create a shell structure that is lightweight, rigid and resilient.
Expanded rib shapes across the rear enhances strap holding performance for goggle wearers.
Aerodynamic properties are maximized through extensive wind tunnel and rider testing.
Flow-Through Ventilation System.
Extra front intake vents combine with rear exhaust outlet vents and an enlarged neck outlet vent to maximize flow-through ventilation.
Cool air passes through the front intake vents, cools the helmet interior, and is exhausted through the rear vents by the force of negative air pressure.
3D Max-Dry Removable Liner System.
E.Q.R.S. (Emergency Quick Release System).
V-470 aggressively shaped, streamlined visor.
M.E.D.S. (Motion Energy Distribution System), a flexible insert that helps absorb sudden impact to the head in the event of a crash.
Larger mouth piece for improved air intake.
Ergonomically shaped mud guard.
Helmet bag included.
Exceeds SNELL and DOT standards.
For proper fit and size, measure the circumference of your head 1" above your eyebrows and around the largest portion of the back of your head.
I tried on a lot of other helmets and this one fit the best. I usually wear Arai helmets for street riding and the Shoei put pressure on my forehead. But for the dirt helmets, the Shoei fit the best. Great quality construction and the paint looks great.
Rocky Mountain had it on sale for 200 bucks cheaper than Cycle gear. I can't recommend it highly enough.
I realize everyone has a different skull shape, but this helmet fit me so perfect that i had no problem deciding on the EVO. Shoei now offers a personal fitment in the their So. Cal. Office to help with a cheek pad or upper head pads if it doesn’t fit perfect. The ventilation could be a little improved. I have only ridden twice with it and it was 100 degrees out, so i think any body would probably sweat excessively in that. Great helmet, maybe a little pricey but your talking about your head. Spend it, it’s worth every penny.