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I have a new Schubert C3 Pro, X-large. The X-large cheek pads that came with the helmet where too tight and caused hot spots on my cheeks. I ordered the large cheek pads and received them in 2 days, in time to install them before I went to an IBA Rally last week. The smaller cheek pads solved my problem eliminating the hot spots and making the helmet much easier to put on. Great service from Revzilla!
September 7, 2015
Consider replacing your padding
Schuberth's removable padding is excellent. It has a good thickness, it's comfortable and sturdy, and straightforward to replace (if you follow the instructions). The padding is one of the many factors that make Schuberth helmets well worth the money.
Casual riders probably don't have to replace padding; occasional cleaning is all that's necessary over the lifetime of the helmet. If you ride every day, like I do, the padding eventually gets mashed down and sweaty, regardless of the amount of cleaning you do. Fortunately, you can buy replacement padding. Unfortunately, it's expensive (like everything else remotely related to German motorcycles)! But still, worth the money.
January 26, 2015
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Gary S: praying this makes the medium fit better. fine on crown except for mid forehead, but that will press out. Jaw (masseter area) feels like I've been beaten senseless and kicked in the jaw multiple times. Hoping this will solve problems. I'm a 37.5. For 700, should be a free adjustment though!Sep 20, 2015
Richard W: Cheek pads on my C3 Pro X-large helmet are too tight.Aug 17, 2015
John P: The ones that come in the medium size helmet are too tight. These are thinner (sz lg) and will make it fit properly.Jul 8, 2015
George W: I guess because my cheeks are too fat.Jun 23, 2015
Jeffrey C: Acquired a C3 PRO as part of a used bike purchase. The helmet was originally fitted with 2XL pads and liner which was way to big for my use. Spoke with the experts at RevZilla and they informed me that the shell size was the same for XL-3XL and that the only difference in sizing was via the pads and liner. For less than $100, I ordered up new pads and a liner and converted the helmet to an XL. Perfect fit and saved me a bunch of cash. Thanks RevZilla!May 12, 2015
Radames R: Bought C3 Pro in Medium and just can't get comfortable in helmet. Cheek pads are too tight and left ear is way too compressed. I hope adding a little more room will make this helmet comfortable.Feb 23, 2015
Joseph M: Chose this item because my old ones were worn out after 2 years of nearly daily use.Dec 18, 2014
David B: Bought the Schuberth C3 Pro helmet in Medium, needed the thinner cheek pads for it to fit my face properly.Dec 14, 2014
James A:Tough spot, since there is not a thinner padding option like with Medium which has fatter pads in the same "large" shell. I suspect I went through something similar. For the Schuberth, I was a medium which was 'too tight', but the the thinner pads for the large size were too loose.
'A shopper' did not say how many hours he/she had been using their helmet.That is important to know. I found that is key. I decided to keep the helmet with its 'too tight' medium fitment and used a thick bandana as a do-rag which spread out the pressure points although at first I had to take off the helmet frequently while riding. Then later putting on a thin Buff headband, I found my suffering had paid off. I now have a perfect, custom fitted helmet that is comfortable and a better fit than any of my Arais, but it did took a long while to 'break in'. Hope this helps. -James.Sep 13, 2015
Steve G:My understanding is that you're right -- the Large and Medium use the same shell. The medium has 20mm cheek pads and the Large 15mm cheek pads so you've already got the thinner cheek pads for that size shell. They say you should only swap cheekpads within the same shell size so if you follow that instruction you're out of luck. I don't know how long you've worn your helmet with the existing cheekpads but mine started out too tight but became more comfortable with time.Sep 13, 2015
LLOYD M:You might try the pads for a larger size. I have a 2x and the cheek pads felt tight. I contacted Schubert to see if thinner pads were available. They told me no. You might check with them to see if the pads for an XL helmet might help in your situation. Schubert told me to keep wearing the helmet and that it would get more comfortable as I wore it in.Sep 13, 2015
ANDRE M:Hello, your helmet is new? For using the pads are more comfortable. I'm on my third Schuberth C3, when the pads are new are tight and after some time of use the pads are perfect. I hope I have helped you in your doubt. Sincerely AndreSep 20, 2015
Brian P:I also had problems with fit of my new C3 helmet. I strongly recommend that you call Shubert customer support and discuss exactly where the pressure points are located. In my case, it was not the cheek pads, it was the liner. I bought a different size liner and all is well.
Also, only certain size liners and cheek pads will work with different size shells. Be careful of compatibility issues as not all are interchangeable.Mar 1, 2015
mike p asked:Your review of the C3Pro you mentioned narrow cheek pads. Is there an option for the 3XL size to get smaller than the 15mm cheek pads? The 3XL comes with 15mm or is the 15mm intact the narrow option?Jul 31, 2014