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Fixes the mark of Schuberth
Got this to deal with the forehead pain issues in my new C3. Snapped right into place, over a 3 hour ride right out of the box and no pain.
Sucks they don't just replace the liner in the C3 since they know about the issue, but with the price drop adding this additional cost still makes it worth it.
May 4, 2015
Fits as expected
I bought this cause I had the opportunity to get a C3 Pro cheap and it was a medium. Swapped out the liner for the large liner and now it fits properly.
March 30, 2015
Used ofr old C3
I used this C3 Pro Helmet Liner for my old C3 .It is fitting well and I am quite happy to update my old helmet.
February 25, 2015
Great Upgrade to the C3
This simple to install update improved the comfort of my C3. It difused the pressure on the forehead that left a strap imprint with the original liner.
February 17, 2015
Replacement for constant use
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
SO I lost alot of weight and therefore my head shrank too. I went from a large helmet liner to a medium. My helmet now fits like it should.
December 16, 2013
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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
James M: XL size too tight. I was on the high side of XL fitment.May 6, 2015
Robert S: I too am getting an impression and soreness on my upper forehead with the C3 and am hoping this will help.Apr 13, 2015
Joseph M: Chose this because my old helmet liner was worn out. I use my helmet nearly every day, even in summer.Dec 18, 2014
Allan T: After washing my 2 year old C3 liner, it fell apart :-( I heard that the C3 Pro was a replacement for the C3 helmet that also eased the forehead pain, so I figured it was a win-win.May 26, 2014
Donald L: Attempting to solve the forehead pain by replacing the C3 liner with this. Some recommended the S2 liner. A Tech at Shuberth recommended this C3 Pro Liner.Apr 4, 2014
Bob D: I bought this because I have a Schuberth C3 Pro XXL and felt it would fit better with an XL helmet liner.Mar 1, 2014
michael b: replacement on my 2 year old schuberth c3Jan 11, 2014
Howard P:Hello. I replaced the original C3 liner (large) with a C3 Pro liner (large). The Pro is a much better liner. The C3 liner is a poor design that should have been better and causes the so called "Mark of Schuberth" on your forehead. The Pro has a different forehead design and eliminates any irritation. Having said that, the Pro fits a bit more snugly than the original. The helmet size chart seems to indicate that there are different shell sizes, so an XL Pro liner may not be appropriate.
I have called Schuberth customer service a few times and they have always been quite helpful and courteous. This site will not allow phone numbers or websites, so try "schuberthnorthamerica" and find the number under Service/Contact. I would strongly suggest calling them and ask to speak with Phil Chapman about your concerns.
The C3 is a terrific helmet and I am extremely happy with the purchase.May 31, 2014
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.