A good-fitting helmet should be snug but not annoyingly tight. It should sit level on your head (not tilted back) with the front edge one inch or less above your eyebrows so that your forehead is protected.
Push the helmet from side to side and back to front. If it shifts noticeable or you can feel pressure points on your head, you need to adjust the fit by mix and matching the different pad thickness’s until you find the best firm and conformed fit!
To find your head circumference wrap a flexible tape measure around the largest portion of your head – about one inch above your eyebrows, or wrap your phone cable around your head, then measure the length of cable with a ruler.
Once you have determined your general macro size, make the micro adjustments to gain the perfect conformed fit by mix and matching the different pad thickness.
If you are still growing make sure you hang onto the extra pads so that you can change them out as you grow.
We recommend rechecking the conformity of the helmet every 6 months to ensure you maintain the optimum fit!