Sizing Your Helmet
To measure your head for the best fit, use a tape measure in centimeters. Place the tape measure 1-1 ½ cm above the eyebrows (it should skim the tops of the ears), and take it round to the fullest part of the head. This is the circumference of your head in centimeters, To find your size, round up to the nearest centimeter and go up one size from that measurement.
Please note that the riders hair should be as worn when using the helmet.
|HELMET SIZE CHART|
|Size||6 1/2||6 5/8||6 3/4||6 7/8||7||7 1/8||7 1/4||7 3/8||7 1/2|
|cm||53 cm||54 cm||55 cm||56 cm||57 cm||58 cm||59 cm||60 cm||61 cm|
The length of your chinstrap should rest just under your chin and touch the bottom of your ear lobe. You should be able to fit a finger in the space between strap and your chin. The strap should be secure, but still allow you to move your head up and down comfortably.
Note: When trying on your helmet, be sure to wear your hair in the same style you would wear it when riding.