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Seeking cushier helmet fit pads

Old 10-29-18, 11:13 PM
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Seeking cushier helmet fit pads

I have a Giro Foray road helmet. It's the L/XL size. I have a large head. The padding is thin, and i would like something softer, with just a bit more cushion. I would say I have a little space in the helmet to play with adding a bit more padding. I've bought a thin sweatband and that makes it nicer.

Has anyone found a brand of replacement pads that might work for my originals? the sweatband helps, i could find a thicker version. Just wondering if anyone has a similar situation and found a solution through replacement pads, perhaps made for another model, or if another helmet manufacturer is known to offer thicker padding than Giro.

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Old 10-30-18, 06:48 AM
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I had a couple of Mtn.Bike helmets that sweat had ruined the pads. I bought some universal pads and cut them as needed--worked for me. Might not be ideal (not exactly like your factory pads), but worked for me. Don't remember if I got them from ebay or ?, but like these: https://www.ebay.com/itm/232096036090
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I have glued foam hair rollers on the inside of some helmets. The rollers come in various sizes an can be cut in half to make gluing easier, or sometimes I use double-sided tape, or carpet tape. The foam rollers usually come a dozen or so for a buck at the dollar store or Taget or Walmart. Just remove them from the hard plastic "frame".
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