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John R:It depends on if the pressure is on the forehead or the cheek and cheek bones. If it's tight on the cheeks, they will fatigue and flatten some. Smaller cheeks pad will provide more space in the cheek area. For me, I have a medium helmet and went up a size to 35mm because my cheek pads flattened out and there was more lateral (side to side) movement. Jan 8, 2015
Nick A:It depends on where you feel the tightness. If it is on your cheeks/ears than thinner cheek pads will help. But if it is on your forehead/above your ears it may not. Determine the shape of your head (round/oval) and then read reviews on the helmet. Some helmets work better for different shapes then others. Jan 7, 2015