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Old 03-06-2014, 03:37 PM   #1
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just bought a Shoei RF-1100 Medium, it's fit me kinda snug on the cheeks and the large is way too big on me.
is that fine? will it go a little bit wider?
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Old 03-06-2014, 03:55 PM   #2
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Not sure what size they come with, but talk to a sponsor because shoei does make and sell different sized cheek-pads.
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Is those cheek-pads are removable?
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The cheek pads will shrink. The medium an large have different shells. If they do not shrink you can buy thinner ones
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The cheek pads will shrink. The medium an large have different shells. If they do not shrink you can buy thinner ones
thanks ! that's good enough, first when I put it I thought its gonna stay tight, in case it won't shrink i'll get thinner ones.

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thanks ! that's good enough, first when I put it I thought its gonna stay tight, in case it won't shrink i'll get thinner ones.



thanks again!

Yea keep that helmet as long as the top of your head fits. My cheek pads shrunk so i had to buy bigger ones
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