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O F: These made the difference in making my Bell RS1 fit the best. They were the small cheek pads.May 6, 2015
KENNETH B: Size M was tight and stayed tight. Bought this for a little more cheek room.May 3, 2014
Earl W: Bought several sets, 2 sets for both helmets as not interchangeable with diff. Sized helmets. They work and do make for custom fit...also com. Speakers fit nicely.Mar 18, 2014
Eric B: I had a Bell Star helmet b4 this one (I love Bells) and I found that wearing a balaclava stretched out the stock pads during the colder months. An additional set of pads allows me to keep the helmet fitting nice and snug when the warmer months roll around again and I start wearing my helmet w/o the balaclava.Dec 26, 2013
David R: my face was a bit squished with the stock padsDec 16, 2013
Audley B: Stock 40mm pads are too tight for my round face.Oct 21, 2013
Robert L: I have fat cheeks... needed this to thin out the interior of my helmet... made for a PERFECT fitting helmetSep 4, 2013
A shopper asked:Hello I purchased a RS1, medium size a month ago and it fits me nice and snug, a little too snug, not intolerable but I wish it could fit me a little less snug, I thought it was going to break in more and not fit so snug but after a month it still fits like new, I should have ordered a large, that would of been perfect. The helmet itself is great, highly recommended.
Anyways my question is, would replacing the cheekpads from a smaller helmet size make my helmet fit better?? or less snug on the cheeks??
Makeo:If the helmet is very snug on the crown of your head (the top) then new cheek pads would not do much. But if the helmet feels tight on the face then new cheek pads will help a lot. Try taking your cheek pads out and put the helmet on, if it is still very snug on the top then you might of needed to go up one size. If it feels fine then new cheek pads should fix your problem.Jul 24, 2012
JBinTX:I had the same problem with my new Revolver. I contacted the manufacturer and they got me a narrower set of pads. I have a medium helment and had to ask a lot of questions before I got them to send me a narrrower set from the the large helmet. I don't know why they don't list all pads for all helmet sizes, but they didn't. I found them to be helpful and nice. I additionally modified the pads by cutting through the plastic on the back and pulling out some foam so my glasses would slid in. If you don't like what you have, experiment.Jan 16, 2012
karlInSanDiego:It's a little counterintuitive, but makes sense if you think of it. A larger pad (in mm) is thicker, and therefore MORE snug. Bell's charts show the stock pad sizes and they confirm this. So buy thinner pads to give you more room. And watch the charts for which sizes share the same shells, in order to understand how the intermediate pad sizes could get you that perfect fit in between. A tight helmet will usually break in to fit comfortably, in a fews weeks of daily use (street)Dec 24, 2012
Kevin B asked:I just got the RS-1 and the current cheek pads a mesh spot over the ears for speakers. In the picture it does not appear to have that mesh and I was wondering is that was just the picture or is there no mesh in the replacements?Jun 5, 2015