With so many helmet options available to the motocross and off-road riding and racing communities, SHOEI takes great pride in the fact that more top riders prefer the groundbreaking VFX-W over all others.
The absolute pinnacle of off-road helmets, the VFX-W is the result of countless hours of conceptualization, R&D, and testing with the most hard-nosed critics of all, our professional racing team. With top pros like Kevin Windham,
Josh Grant, Josh Strang, and Destry Abbott leading the charge, the VFX-W is drenched in state-of-the-art features, and absolutely no stone was left unturned during its development. If you’re looking for a new lid to hit the track or trail, look no further.
Advanced Integrated Matrix Plus (AIM+) construction combines high performance fibers with organic fibers to create a shell structure that is lightweight, rigid and resilient
Four shell and five liner sizes present increased fit options that help to comfortably fit most head sizes
Aerodynamic properties are maximized through extensive wind tunnel and rider testing
Front intake vents combine with rear vents and a neck outlet vent to maximize flow-through ventilation
The helmet interior is constructed with a comfortable, Max-Dry material that absorbs and discharges moisture two times faster than traditional nylon
Cheek pads, upper liner and chinstrap covers are easily removed for cleaning and/or replacement
Cheek pads are available in optional sizes so that each rider can personalize their fit
Aggressively shaped Sleek Visor provides incredible airflow for reduced drag
Visor is easily installed or removed with the use of three external screws
Removable, washable and replaceable Sleek Mouthpiece filter
Matte black anti-reflection for underside of visor is included (white and graphic models only)
Unique chin strap clip keeps strap from flapping in the wind
Ergonomically shaped mud guard
Helmet sack constructed of soft, velvety fabric with drawstring closure
Size Chart for the Shoei VFX-W 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.