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Schuberth C3 Cheekpads

Replacement Cheek Pads for Schuberth C3 Helmets.

Cheekpads may only be swapped within the same shell size. Shell sizes breakdown:

  • 2XS-SM
  • MD-LG
  • XL-2XL
  • 3XL

In other words, a size SM helmet can take the cheekpads from a 2XS helmet, but not from an XL.

  • 2XS - 30mm
  • XS - 20mm
  • SM - 15mm
  • MD - 20mm
  • LG - 15mm
  • XL - 20mm
  • 2XL - 15mm
  • 3XL - 15mm
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
54/55 SM 766886 4990002102 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
56/57 MD 766887 4990002103 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
58/59 LG 766888 4990002104 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
60/61 XL 766889 4990002105 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
63/64 3XL 766891 4990002107 Available: Requires 2-4 business days lead time prior to shipment.
62/62 2XL 766890 4990002106 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours


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Schuberth C3 Cheek Pads 4.7 5 9 9
Cheek pads review: Creating a different size helmet Nice to be able to swap out the cheek pads and interior liner for my Schuberth C3. So difficult sometimes to determine when things fit without extended usage, as was the case with my new Schuberth C3 helmet. Bought it as an XL, and after a while discovered it was too small, so thankfully bought the next size larger cheek pads and interior liner, effectively making it a 2XL helmet. Good thing, or I would have wasted $800. The swap-out worked perfectly, and now I can ride using the helmet without getting a massive headache. Still had to make adjustments to the interior "foam" to remove pressure points, but much better now. For hot weather riding, the Schuberth Metropolitan M1 3/4 helmet is a much better choice. It is much lighter, flows a TON more air, and has a integrated SRC system with much better speakers and microphone that comes inside the helmet from factory, and is way more comfortable than the C3. November 9, 2015
Great Fit, not so great price! These new pads made my trusty old Schuberth C3 feel brand new! It made a huge difference on my helmet! The price though, not so cheep. If you were to buy the whole inners of the helmet + new visor and Pin Lock, you would spend almost the same as a brand new C3, which is a bummer... June 15, 2015
Makes helment new again As regripping golf clubs make them feel new again...so do these pads (and the top liner) Tightens the feel of the helment and adds comfort. Typical of this kind of thing they cost more than they should but to keep my helment feeling new it's worth the price. I replaced my top liner at about 13K and now the cheekpads at 20K. Check the YouTube video to get you started on the install. March 31, 2014
Allowed me to customize the fit of my C3 Pro I purchased a C3 Pro in size XL recently. Having wide cheekbones and a wide chin, I also purchased 2XL cheekpads. Yes, these older-design cheekpads are slightly different than the newer ones that come fitted in the helmet of the "Pro" update. But I actually like these better! The newer cheekpad design in the C3 Pro incorporates a zipper that opens up the channel through which the patented Anti-Roll-Off straps pass, making it easier to mount/dismount the cheekpads. Unfortunately, this zipper is junk. My C3 Pro (which I purchased here on Revzilla) came with one zipper already broken. The other zipper broke immediately as soon as I unzipped it -- zipper teeth came flying off. Well, no worries -- since I was replacing these pads anyway. To get the Anti-Roll-Off straps into the zipper-less channels of the older-design cheekpads, I used a chopstick to push the straps through to the other side -- easy as pie. And being zipperless, that's one less thing to break. Both the old and new style cheekpads don't leave enough room for the temple arms of my eyeglasses to fit comfortably with my helmet donned. This problem was easy enough to fix. Each cheekpad has a "buttonhole" through which the main neckstraps pass. By reaching into the "buttonhole," I was able to pull the soft foam at the temple area out of the cheekpad just enough to cut a 1/2'' off the tip of the foam before inserting the foam back into the cheekpad. Now the temple arms of my glasses slide right in. (The arms of my riding glasses, by the way, are straight -- not hooked.) July 18, 2013
Saved the day,helmet fits and functions. I need a thinner cheekpad to accomadate my fat face. Bought an xl helmet and it fits great except for my face. It caused the cheek area to be spread to far apart and the chinbar would not close and lock securely. Customer service [Brian] recommended this remedy and Im glad they did. All is well and fits well now. July 9, 2013
They did the trick. These were purchased for the C3 Pro (Medium). The MED C3 Pro was a little too tight in the cheek area, so I purchased the LG cheek pads & it did the trick. The only complaint I would have is that there is a style difference between the cheek pads for the C3 & the C3 Pro. Functionally, they do fit and work great, but they are a different style/look from the original. June 29, 2013
From Medium to Large Switch from a Medium Cheek Pads to LARGE in my MEDIUM size helmet! What a difference! Love it, and now I can ride for hours without any pain. It is great that with Schuberth, you can mix different size items. Too bad this option is not available upon purchase. May 28, 2013
Schuberth C3 Cheek Pads Bought the liner and cheek pads together sz-58 - 59 large for $89 for both, I have a size medium Helmet, 56-57, 7 1/8", because that's the size chart that I fell into with the Schuberth size chart. The medium was a little tight for me so I switch out the liner and cheek pads, I hated to spend another $90 bucks but it did what I needed it to do, install was not hard. If you need a little more room this is the way to go. March 11, 2013
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Schuberth C3 Cheek Pads
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
peter l: less tight at cheek bones Aug 22, 2015
Stuart B: so my helmet fits more comfortably Jul 23, 2015
Charles T: Tried to make the C3 fit my head! in the end, I went back to Shoei and purchased a Neotec. Jul 13, 2015
James B: replacement for old worn pads in my s3 helmet Mar 12, 2015
Chris H: My helmet fit a little tight on the cheeks, and I wanted to try them before buying a new helmet. They helped with the fit, but ultimately, I chose a new helmet Mar 12, 2015
David B: Needed thinner cheek pads for my C3 Pro helmet in Medium. They were on back order, but was told by RevZilla sales that C3 cheek pads would work in C3 Pro helmet and were almost identical except for covering material and zipper on C3 Pro pads make install easier. They did the trick, and though I now have the Thinner C3 Pro cheek pads, I have yet to bother to install them. Dec 14, 2014
Hartvik A: Hard to find these items in Norway. Easier to order from US Dec 11, 2014
Robert R: I was/am feeling pain to my temples from my sunglasses (they have thin temples), so I'm hoping that going from medium to large cheek pads will help. The reviews say it will help! If not, may check out getting a larger liner too. Hopefully, I won't have to go that route$$ Nov 29, 2014
carlos g: better confort Oct 27, 2014
Long P: Because I have problem with Schuberth fitment and this is another alternative to improve the fit and release presure point on my Head :) Aug 25, 2014
don a: Originals are worn out Aug 14, 2014
michael b: wear items Aug 3, 2014
Robert L: The original cheek pads were a bit tight and uncomforatable. These remedied the problem. Jul 20, 2014
Daniel F: Purchased items from your store before -- repeat sale - please do not add to marketing lists Jun 29, 2014
Michael m: To correct the fit to my fat face. Jun 22, 2014
Jay S: To improve helmet fitment. Mar 18, 2014
F A: helmet was tight against cheek bones Aug 11, 2013
A shopper asked: My wife has a Schuberth c3 pro medium helmet and the cheek pads press in and hurt. Which ones should I order? Aug 26, 2013
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jeff p: I would ask customer service at revzilla the size that would fit with that helmet. I have the xl helmet and my cheeks hurt as well. Not so much while it was on, but for the next couple of days. They recommended the pads that fit the xxl and they work perfectly. They will know the size for you...they did for me. Be sure to watch the YouTube video on changing these out if you don't already know how. Aug 26, 2013
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Thomas B: you will have to check the revzilla chart on what sizes will interchange with a range of helmets there is 3 different shell size's, I put extra large pads in a helmet that originally come 2x fit will, question I have is this a c3 womans helmet there a little different,if not you might be able to put womans cheek pads in also. Aug 26, 2013
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Robert B: Buy a larger size than you currently have, as long as the you stay within the same shell size, for example, if the shell is MD-LG and you currently have medium pads, move up to the large size. Sep 8, 2013
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Fernando A J: I has the oposite problem, my C3 is L and it was too big, so I order the M sheek pads. Problem solved.

Aug 26, 2013
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Sylvain S: I had the same issue, I bought the LARGE cheek pads. Fit perfectly! No more pain. Aug 26, 2013
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Doug S: Get the next size up in the S2 pads they will have a much better feel. Aug 26, 2013
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peter l: order thinner pads 1 size down,it worked for me.
regards: Peter
Aug 26, 2013
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David F: I ordered the large ones & it helped somewhat. Aug 26, 2013
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Ronald W: try and xl. Aug 27, 2013
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Wesley P asked: I would like some information on one of the products on your site. I am looking into different cheekpads for a schuberth c3w, which I ordered recently from ebay. The backing on the cheekpads are made of a hard plastic-like material with rough nylon fabric at the top seam. This causes pain in the tops of her ears immediately when putting the helmet on. After 15-30 minutes, the tops of her ears are excruciatingly painful and hot. After taking off the helmet, my ears are dark red. I am aware that there is a break-in period for the padding in these helmets, and I have been wearing it around the house everyday to help break it in. However, I do not think the break in period will solve the problem of the rough fabric. In fact, the pain gets worse faster because her ears have become very sensitive and raw. I have the c3 for men and the cheek pads do not have this hard backing and are made of a much softer velvety material. I have searched for pictures of c3w pads on the web, but the websites show the men's c3 cheek pads or a black cheek pad similar to mine.
Can you tell me if the hard backing is standard for c3w helmets? (I wondered whether I have an earlier model or something)
Also, can you tell me whether men's c3 cheek pads would fit in a c3w helmet?
Jun 4, 2014
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William R: I can tell you that I ordered cheek pass for my c3 here on revzilla and they are silky soft. No rough tops. They also have reasonably hard plastic backs.

Do you have the top of the pad between the upper padding and the shell? If it is not installed it may not fit correctly and cause pain.

It's also possible that you're bay pads are bootleg instead of OEM.

Jun 4, 2014
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Thomas B: I have a c3w and my girlfriend has never complained of discomfort (original cheek pads) I believe the padding in the c3w is the difference so mens may fit as long as it is paired with the correct helmet size Jun 4, 2014
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Adrian P asked: My wife just brought a C3W Small. It fits perfect except the checks are a little tight. I'm guessing there are no smaller pads to fit the Small. Is there anything I can do? Dec 14, 2013
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A s: I think u'r right about the "no smaller" size! However before u do anything, I'd caution patience. I've found after a number of hours the helmet beds in, including the cheek pads. The fit will loosen slightly. I've found each time pads they are tight for a while. Health to wear. Dec 14, 2013
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Reed K: Take out the pads and check the size on the back. I think they go down to 31 (mm?). Hopefully there is a size smaller than the ones in there now. Dec 14, 2013
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A shopper asked: Are these the thinner cheek pads or replacements for the originals? Apr 19, 2013
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Sylvain S: Depends, if you replace LARGE for LARGE, it should be the same. In my case, I went from MEDIUM (thicker) to LARGE (thinner). At first, you don't feel much difference, but after they break in, it is much more confortable for long ride. May 28, 2013
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RevZilla: You can either tighten or loosen the fit in your helmet by switching the cheekpads. Just make sure to choose the right size. Apr 25, 2013
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A shopper asked: If the lg, 2xl and 3xl are all 15mm thick and any cheek pads can be used in any helmet, what is the difference? Does the chin strap cover get longer with the bigger sizes? Nov 15, 2012
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RevZilla: Good question! I spoke with Schuberth to get clarification. The sizes Double Extra Small, Extra Small and Small use the same shell, then adjust fit with either the 30mm (2XS), 20mm (XS) and 15mm (S) cheek pads. The Medium and Large share a shell and do the same, as well as the Extra Large and Double Extra Large. The Triple Extra Large has its own shell and used the 15mm pads. The chin strap cover does not get longer with different sizes, allowing you to use any of the cheek pads in any of the helmets. Nov 15, 2012
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A shopper asked: Why is the XS option not available in the drop down? Jan 4, 2015
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