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A shopper asked:I have the C3 Pro in a medium. The fit continues to be snug and uncomfortable at the forehead for any length of time despite trying to wear it regularly and expecting it to "break-in." Can I replace the medium liner with a large liner? Will that give me a little more room?
I understand that with the cheek pads, you can go up in size (as long as you're staying within the same shell size) to get the same size but thinner pads. Is the same true with the liners? Would a large liner be a little thinner than a medium and still fit the shell?Mar 26, 2014
Howard P:I bought a Large C3 from Revzilla last June. Had the much talked about issues with forehead discomfort, "mark of Schuberth," etc. I was extremely disappointed. Stuck with it and the discomfort disappeared after about five weeks of heavy riding. The mark persisted, but no discomfort. This past February, I bought a C3 Pro liner from Revzilla and found it a superior design. I still feel pressure on my forehead, no mark, and discomfort is now almost gone. If the medium size is the correct fit, I would suggest sticking with it. The helmet is a terrific product and does take time for a proper break-in.
Having said all that,the folks at Revzilla are very knowledgeable and helpful. As for your question about a Large liner and cheek pads, I suggest calling Schuberth North America. They know their product and have been very helpful when I called. This submission does not allow the publication of phone numbers, so you will have to look it up. They are on West Coast time. Ask for Brian or Phil.