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Fixed the fit of my helmet.
I recently got my first bike, which meant first helmet. I picked up an Exo-1100 Jag. The crown of the helmet fit absolutely perfect. It was extremely tight on my cheeks (admittedly, I have a fat face). I had a XL in the helmet and ordered XXL cheekpads to give myself a little more room in the face. It worked out perfectly. The helmet still fits snugly, as it should, but it doesn't feel like the helmet has a death grip on my face. It kept me from returning the helmet and gambling with another one to fit my neutral/slightly round head. Great price too!
August 18, 2014
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Amin A: after installing sena 20s, the liner was pushing toward my face so i got a thiner linerFeb 24, 2015
Dominick N: The fit on cheek pads that came in the helmet was too tight. These cheek pads should reduce the tightness by giving me an additional 10mm of space according to the customer service rep.Jul 7, 2014
A shopper asked:I have a XXL that's slightly too small. What cheek pad size could I replace the stock ones get in order to get a little more room?May 5, 2014
Sorry for the late reply. This my second Scorpion helmet. I think the ist was an EXO1000? The replacement cheek pads I installed in the new EXO1100?made a significant difference in the fit and comfort level of the helmet.
I just wish that Scorpion spent a little more on the shield formulation or treatment...The earlier Scorpion face shields were MUCH harder than these new ones. I need to swap the shield at least twice or 3X as often compared to my older Scorpion to maintain a clear view due to micro-scratches. These scratches continue to appear even when applying the greatest of care when cleaning, allowing bugs to soak in soapy water for extended periods and using gross amounts of water to flush the abrasive bug particles off the surface before completing the cleaning process. I use microfiber cloth as well, but still have very short usable lifetimes from these new shields.
Scorpion proved to be a great helmet for the money the first time around, but with these new soft shields, I'll probably buy another couple of replacements, but then retire the helmet well before its time.Mar 27, 2015
Jason C:I tried doing the same thing. Unfortunately it did not work too well. I have a medium EXO 1100 and it feels like the cheek pads are trying to slowly crush me. They have broken in some what but I am still not happy with the fit. I bought the large hoping for more room but it does not help. The large pads will barely snap into place, and the left side will not snap on the top. I pulled the large and put the mediums back in.
I bought a Scorpion T1200 in medium and the fit is so much better. Fits like a glove and is very comfortable.Mar 15, 2015
Chad H asked:I bought a size XL EXO-1100 helmet. I feel the cheek pads are slightly too small in some areas (meaning they are loose on my face) and I don't like the idea of constantly needing to pump the pads up since they will eventually wear out and lose that functionality. Would I go with size "L" cheek pads to make up that size difference? Thanks!May 1, 2014