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May be just what you need.
It didn't sort out my problem of having a helmet that was just too large for me but it's a great product if you need to adjust the fit slightly. Arai makes great products and I'm loving my helmet.
January 13, 2014
Fine tuning you're ARAI
I bought this liner to fine tune my RX-Q. My head measured right around 57cm, using the charts, I purchased a Medium. It fit like a charm during the break in period, but started feeling a little loose (loose as in not race fit, I prefer race fit). Purchasing a 15mm liner and cheek pads gave that extra dialed in fit that made the RX-Q a lot more customized if you will. I highly recommend a thicker liner if you want a tighter fit.
November 22, 2013
Just as described
The RX-Q fit my head a little looser than the same sized Vector. This tightened it up perfectly. I went to the 12mm. Terribly easy to remove and install. Makes me love the helmet even more with this level of easy modification.
October 15, 2012
I replaced this with my stock liner... what can zI say but comfortable and perfect fit!!!!
September 3, 2012
Easy to replace
Super easy to replace the liner in the RX-Q, not quite as plush as the stock 7mm but it gives me a bit more space and that's what I needed.
May 10, 2012
Comfort liners for a custom fit
Arai offers various comfort liners for each helmet size. These liners allow you to have a little more room if tight, or snug up the helmet a little if loose. This option allows for a much more comfortable fit.
March 17, 2012
my head size is between large and extra large for helmet. this liner gives perfect/snug fit
December 26, 2011
The ability to drop different thickness liners into this helmet made it seem like it was custom made. Great job Arai! My RX-Q is perfect now.
May 3, 2011
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Janpatrick B: I just needed a new replacement for my liner.Mar 2, 2014
Stephen H: XL RX-Q had just a little wiggle but L was way too small. Hopefully this makes up the difference. We'll see.Aug 28, 2013
Stephany M: I bought my RX-Q helmet in 2010. After 3 years of commuting and weekend touring in the desert heat, the helmet's liner has compacted. The helmet is now looser than I'd like it to be. A replacement liner should help resolve this situation and make my helmet fit like it did right out of the box.Aug 21, 2013
Christopher O: I wanted to make my MD RX-Q a bit more snug. I called CS earlier this morning, forgot the Zilla's name whom I spoke with, but he was very informative about the product and clarified which liner would be better for me. TeamZilla FTW!!!!Aug 20, 2013
A shopper asked:i have the Medium sized RXQ with a (III) 15mm head liner in it already, and it just after about 5minutes of wearing it, it gives me a headache, (it feels as if just behind my temple is being squeezed too much) what size should i go down to? the 12mm, 10mm or 7mm?
Robk1300s:Depends on how much squeeze you're experiencing. I'm sure you know that a helmet should be snug, but not give you a headache or feel like your head is being pinched like a zit. But too big won't protect you like it should. I would first check to make sure the helmet is the correct shape for your head. Many riders chose a helmet based on the graphics. If you haven't done so already, go to a local shop(s) and try on various helmets to see which one fits best. I used to wear Shoei, but found them noisy and not a good fit for my head. I find The Arai RX-Q to be a good fit for my head. It's the most important piece of equipment you have, make sure it's going to do it's job.Nov 7, 2011
AliB:If that much pressure is on your temples, you should go down to the 10mm at least. It's difficult to make a recommendation without seeing you in the helmet or without measurements, but I think the 10mm is the best place to start.Oct 25, 2011