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What do Troy Lee D2's/The ONE helmets come with?

Discussion in 'Downhill & Freeride' started by Spunger, Jan 15, 2009.

  1. Spunger

    Spunger Git yer dumb questions here

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    Hey guys,

    I went to try on a Troy Lee helmet the other day and noticed that the small was too small and the M/L was a bit too loose. I figured maybe there was a Large set of pads and a Medium set of pads that come with them?

    If not I am tempted to get a The ONE helmet, because their medium would fit me perfectly, either that or a SE/SE2 moto helmet. I know what size I wear in moto helmets so that makes it a little easier to size things, but on the Troy Lee outing it didn't fit so well.

    Just curious if they do come with more pads or if it's just one generic size that's suppose to fit a range of sizes?
     

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  2. ThePriceSeliger

    ThePriceSeliger Mushhead

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    Yes, it comes with pads. That's all you needed to know, correct?
     
  3. Spunger

    Spunger Git yer dumb questions here

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    LOL well I know they come with the pads in the helmet, but I was thinking maybe there is some generic sizing to them. I know on my Mad Max helmet it was like (one size fits large, one size fits small) and there was no other pads to adjust the fit.

    If anything the M/L was loose in the cheek area, which I figured might come with thicker pads because the Small was way too tight, to the point I couldn't get it on my head.
     
  4. ThePriceSeliger

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    Ok, I see. No, it doesn't come with smaller cheek pieces. But, it does come with foam pieces that go under the pads to push them out.
     
  5. RUFUS

    RUFUS e-douche of the year

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    Concussions.

    Personal experiences. Great helmet though.


    Go with a 661, they fit pretty true to size and getting extra/diff pads is very easy.
     
  6. Rover Nick

    Rover Nick Monkey

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    more skill
     
  7. P.T.W

    P.T.W Monkey

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    Riding like a retard gives you concussions(trust me i know this:poster_oops:).....wearing a d2 stops you from being a retard PERMANANTLY:bonk:
     
  8. Iridemtb

    Iridemtb Turbo Monkey

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    Elaborate?
     
  9. RUFUS

    RUFUS e-douche of the year

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    Forgot my smilie, sorry.
    The last 2 that I have had was while wearing a TLD D2, not really blaming it on the helmet but I have had no concussions while wearing my 661 flight.