About the Shoei X-12 Daijiro Memorial Helmet
Shoei X-12 Daijiro Memorial Helmet Features
Shoei remembers 250cc World Champion Daijiro Kato :
Born July 4th, 1976, Kato lived to race.
1979 - First racing experience on pocket-bikes.
1985 - Japanese pocket-bike champion.
1988/1991 - Japanese minibike champion.
1997 - First overall in the Japanese Championship as a offical HRC team rider, 250cc class; winner of the Japanese GP race, Suzuka, as a wild card in the 250cc class.
2001 - 250cc World Champion, Team Telefonica Movistar.
2002 - Seventh overll in the MotoGp class, Team Fortuna Honda Gresini, and "Rookie of the Year"; winner, "8 Hours of Susuka".
In April of 2003, Kato lost his life in a high speed crash during the first race of the Moto GP Series, held at his home track, the Suzuka Circuit in Japan.
The demands that a world-class racer puts on his or her equipment may be second to none, but that hasn't stopped SHOEI from producing a pure racing helmet that can also meet the needs of today’s performance-driven enthusiasts.
Born from racing, the X-Twelve combines integral feedback from professional racers around the globe with SHOEI’s 50 years of helmet building experience, the very latest in technology, and the most advanced materials known to man.
Track certified by the fastest riders on the planet, the X-Twelve’s innovative features unite to form the most progressive racing helmet on the market.
- Aerodynamic Shell Design
- Q.R.S.A. (Quick Release Self-Adjusting) Base Plate System
- CW-1 Shield
- AIM+ Shell Construction (Snell M2010-Approved)
- 5 Shell Sizes
- Aero Edge 2 Spoiler
- Ventilation System
- Dual-Layer EPS Liner
- 3D Max Dry Interior System
- E.Q.R.S. (Emergency Quick Release System)
- Chin Curtain
- Breath Guard
- 5-Year Warranty
Shoei Helmet Parts & Accessories :
- Breath Guard (Included)
- Chin Curtain (Included)
- Maintenance Kit (Included)
- Nylon Drawstring Helmet Bag (Included)
Shoei Helmet Shields:
If you need replacement Shoei Helmet Shields please use the following item names
Size Chart for the Shoei X-12 Daijiro Memorial Helmet
Wrap a tape measure horizontally around your forehead. Select the helmet that is the closest fit to that size.
A helmet should fit snug on your head. If it moves while wearing, it is too large. If it is painful to wear, it is too small.
6 5/8 - 6 3/4
53 - 54
20 7/8 - 21 1/4
6 7/8 - 7
55 - 56
21 5/8 - 22
7 1/8 - 7 1/4
57 - 58
22 1/2 - 22 7/8
7 3/8 - 7 1/2
59 - 60
23 1/4 - 23 5/8
7 5/8 - 7 3/4
61 - 62
24 - 24 3/8
7 7/8 - 8
63 - 64
24 3/4 - 25 1/8
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