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Original cheekpads out of my Medium Evoline 3 were too tight for me. I bought the thinnest pads and they made a huge difference. I don't feel so squashed anymore.
Not as comfortable or feels as good as my Arai cheekpads but not distracting or detracting at all while riding.
September 14, 2014
Good quality but no difference in size.
The cheek pads are the same as you would find in the stock helmet, and are of good quality. If you are ordering the cheek pads because you would like a larger or smaller pair be aware that there is no size difference (at least between the large and xl pads). I've replaced cheek pads before on different helmets in order to get a better fit in the past.
It's not worth paying the return shipping so I will hold onto them for when I inevitably wear out the first set. Relatively expensive considering what the product is.
October 23, 2013
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John H: The original cheek pads for my medium-sized helmet are too snug, squeezing my cheeks like a grandma. Replacement cheek pads in Large are thinner than those in medium, so I expect this will do the trick.Sep 23, 2015
Garrett S:The cheekpads I purchased did not appear to be very much different in size than the ones already present with the helmet. I'm not sure how much of a difference there is in the sizes other thhan medium and large which appear to be identical. Feb 25, 2014
Most helmet outer shells aren't made in every single size, they are usually only made in two or three shell sizes to save money... so they have to take up the internal slack by varying the pads inside.
Don't think of those XS / SM / MD / LG / XL as "sizes" like clothing, think of them as a reference chart to the numerical size (in mm) that ships in that particular helmet.
An XS helmet ships with from the factory with THICKER 35mm pads, an XL helmet ships with THINNER 20mm pads.
This way you could say -- "I have a "L" helmet, and I need fresh pads... so I need to order the "L" pads (which happen to be 25mm) to replace them"
Of course, with most helmets you can also vary those pad sizes to fit your individual face. So in that case, ignore the alphabet sizes and focus on the metric measurement. If you want a thinner pad, this means your face is getting squished, find the metric size that shipped with your helmet (LG = 25mm) and get a THINNER pad (the 20mm which normally ships inside an XL helmet).
If you need a fatter cheek pad for a snugger fit, go the other way... (the smaller helmets have thicker pads to help smaller heads stay snug).Jan 10, 2015
Mike B:Dustin. My cheek pads actually have a L sizing mark on them on the inner lining. I assume this L refers to the pads & not the helmet. This is where it gets confusing. The XL helmet might have thinner pads, and a S helmet might have thicker pads. I have the L helmet with L cheek pads, so to get a thinner pad I need an XL pad (i.e. the XL refers to the helmet, and doesn't mean that the pad is larger)?Jan 14, 2015