FS: My Shoei Z-II Medium helmet. I have used this helmet for the past 3 riding seasons. I switched to a Nolan N102 helmet last year and this has been sitting in my dark closet.
It comes with a dark shield, clear shield, and helmet bag. A couple big bug splats and the odd rock chip. No accidents, crashes, or drops; just taking up space.
Size: Medium. $125 obo. Paid lots more ($600), retail was even more ($1000).
From the web:
Product Details & Description: Fiberglass Composite Material (FCM) shell. Two shell and four styro liner sizes for a more comfortable fit. Large eyeport opening for greater visibility. Recessed adjustable forehead and rear exit vents positioned for optimum ventilation. Mesh shielded chin vent. Built in neck roll exhaust vent. Adjustable anti-fog chin vent. Breath Chamber System uses negative air pressure to pull heat and moisture (caused by breathing) out through a cavity in the chin bar EPS liner. Removable perforated air guard deflects breath away from the shield. Every component was designed to achieve the lightest helmet possible while still incorporating all the features demanded by serious enthusiasts. Thermo Molded 3D liner system matches liner perfectly to helmet interior for maximum comfort and fit. Special relief for riders who wear glasses. The entire interior liner (cheek pads, upper liner and chin strap cover) is easily removed to allow cleaning. Chin Strap clip neatly secures chin strap. QRBP (quick Release Base Plate) allows tool-less shield removal and eliminates side coversfor a flush, quiet fit. 3 Dimensionally curved for optical clarity. Scratch resistant coating Adjustable Base Plates insure "Air Tight" fit. 100% protection from harmful UV A & B rays. One piece injection molded for consistent fit. Optional (CF-1) racing shield with tear-off posts. Snell 2000 and DOT approved.
Pictures of fat guy in the visor are free.
Edit: reflection in the first picture is from my fireplace wall, it is not road rash.