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Still too big for the wide chin
Nolan helmets used to fit wide scull perfectly. N104 is rather oriented toward narrow shape. So, if helmet itself fits fine (XL), cheekpads are too big. I orderd XXL ones, which are still too big.
Thus - for narrow shape - no need for cheekpads, for wise one - rather get XXXL
September 16, 2013
Not what I hoped for....
I purchased and XL and had some issue with the tightness from the cheekpads so I ordered the XXXL replacements. The only difference I can see or feel is at the back part where the pad is thinner. The front of the pad where the tightness occurs is the same. The memory foam that is inside the pads is very "lively" and does not seem like it will break in any time soon. If you look at the size difference between XL and XXXL it shows a 12 mm difference which is almost 1/2 an inch. No way the thickest part of the pad is that much different (if at all) I get the feeling the designers all have skinny faces.
June 21, 2013
These cheek pads made the difference in my helmet fit. Easy to change and great craftsmanship.
June 3, 2013
I got this cheekpas for my xl helmet. maybe i shold go for even a samll ones, i sill feel the helmet a little tied but feel a lot better tehn the original.
February 12, 2013
I needed this product to make my Nolan N104 med fit better
I had to purchase this product to make my new Nolan N 104
fit better. the N104 med. fits great except its very tight in the cheeks. Tied to get Revzilla to exchange the cheek pads but no go. Hope these cheek pads help
January 28, 2013
Can't recommend it - YET
Still haven't found the right fit for my N104 in the cheekpad area. I wear an XL, and ordered the 2XL cheekpads to reduce the tightness on my jawbone. It still is too tight and it feels as though some creepy Aunt is pinching my cheeks to the point where I have fish lips. Going to have to try the 3XL, but at $40 a pop this is getting to be an expensive fix...
August 18, 2012
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Steven K:I had just the opposite problem. I ordered the XXL cheekpads to put in my XL N104. The difference was subtle for me, I still had some pressure points on my ears and cheekbones. The ultimate fix for me was to de-stitch the replacement cheekpads along the inner perimeter, remove the foam, and sculpt out the areas that were causing pressure. I then tack-stitched them back together. It's been great since! So, if you're handy, you could add some thin foam to your existing pads, or order the extra set like I did to have a set to custom-fit. And I'm sure that an upholstery shop could do it for you if need be. But doing it myself allowed me to get the fit right by trial and error until I was happy. Good luck!
Brad A:I went the other way but yes the different cheek pads make a difference. If you haven't achieved the desired fit then I would think a cheek pad swap is in line. It worked for me.
Also fyi be a little careful when removing the snaps on the original pair I managed to pull one off of the internal shell. A little bit of epoxy put it back in place but if I have been a little more careful it wouldn't have had to be repaired.Feb 16, 2014
Matthew M:Yes - I changed mine and was glad I did. Originally the helmet felt like it was squishing my cheeks harder than my grandmother at Thanksgiving.
I have an XL helmet and put in XXL cheek pads. The larger the size the thinner the cheek pad; the XXL pads are 8 mm thinner (0.3 inches) so I got back over 1/2 inch of room with the swap. It was more comfortable but still secure.Feb 17, 2014
A shopper asked:I just purchased from RevZilla a XL Nolan N104 Outlaw helmet. The existing cheekpads seem to be too large (very tight fit) for me. The XL seems to be the right size, but I cannot wear my glasses with the cheekpads. Are there narrower replacement pads?Mar 26, 2012
OakRider:I have the same issue. The XL seems to fit fine and the helmet is of high quality. But my cheeks feel like they're in a vice. After five minutes of sitting (not riding) I have to take my helmet off and flex my jaw. I'll take your word for it that it will loosen up but I'll have to be careful not to go more than 30 days. Otherwise I'll own an high quality helmet that I just can't wear.
Flash1127:I am not aware of any choice of size in the cheek pads. I wear glasses too. However, the helmet is supposed to be tight, particularly at first. Don't worry, it may be uncomfortable (even give you a bit of a head ache) for the first few times you wear it, but you will wear it in.May 3, 2012
RevZilla:Cheek pads should be tight when they're new but will break-in and loosen over time. Give us a call at 877-792-9455 or e-mail us at email@example.com if they do not break in enough and we will advise on which cheek pads can provide a better fit.Apr 2, 2012
A shopper asked:Purchased size M N104. Like the size except the cheek pads are way too tight. Beyond any expected relief from break-in. Wondering if cheek pads from the size L will do the trick and so curious as to what the measurable difference is in the thickness of L vs M pads.Aug 3, 2012
RevZilla:After speaking with CIMA International (the support Dealer for Nolan Helmets in the USA) we were able to confirm that the size Large cheek pads are 43mm thick, while the size Medium cheek pads are 48mm thick.Aug 8, 2012
A shopper asked:Hi, I have a Nolan N103 helmet but I'm not able to find a replacement cheeckpads for that model. The picture looks identical to the cheeckpads in my N103. Will the N104 cheeckpads fit the N103?Jun 14, 2012