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Anthony Z:Unfortunately, I can't help you. I had a Medium helmet and was going for bigger pads (xs/s). You'll have to call Revzilla to find out what they recommend. Measure them when you receive them, because they originally thought the xxs/s were the thicker ones, but they ended up being the same as the Med. trial and error. Aug 16, 2013
Todd M:As it was explained to me the helmet shells are mostly the same size. The helmet size is mostly determined by the interior padding. Therefor the XXL cheekpads would be smaller than the XL cheekpads.Aug 16, 2013
A shopper asked:I know that AGV offers 3 shell sizes but is the foam inside the shell the same for each? For example if I have an XS lid can I use the S or M pads to make the helmet fit like a S or M or are the internal foam pads different sizes?Aug 15, 2012
RevZilla:"Like the GP-Tech, which was the first AGV helmet to be offered in 3 shell sizes across the size range, according to the company, the T-2 also uses 3 shell sizes. Two helmet "crown" liners are available for each shell size and any of the four sizes of cheek pads can fit in any shell size for a bespoke fit.
The breakdown for the shell sizes runs like this: XXS to M; L and XL; XXL and XXXL.
The cheek pads are available in 20, 25, 30 and 35 mm thicknesses and the "crown pads" are switchable within each shell size range; for example, the slightly thicker L crown pad can be used in the XL helmet to tighten it up or the XL pad can be fitted to the L helmet. I believe what this does is allow a single shell size to be changed to another head size; i.e., the L helmet can be made into an XL and vice-versa, and different thickness cheek pads can then also be used to dial in a specific fit."