How do you know what size helmet you need?

Using a soft measuring tape, measure around the circumference of your head, across the forehead just above the eyebrows, above the ears and around the back of your head. Helmets are available in sizes from 50cm right up to 67cm!

What size bike helmet do I need for a 22 inch head?

Head size and head shape will help you find the most comfortable fit of helmet and will ensure your head is protected on the road….Smith Junior Helmet Size Chart.

Helmet Size Measurement (cm) Measurement (inches)
Small 54 – 56 21.25 – 22
Medium 56 – 58 22 – 22.83
Large 58 – 60 22.83 – 23.62
X Large 60 – 62 23.62 – 24.4

What size helmet do I need for a 24 inch head?

Helmet Size Chart for HJC, Bell & KLIM

Helmet Size Hat Size Head Circumference – Inches
M 7 1/8 – 7 1/4 22 3/8 – 22 3/4
L 7 3/8 – 7 1/2 23 1/4 – 23 5/8
XL 7 5/8 – 7 3/4 24 – 24 3/8
2XL 7 7/8 – 8 24 3/4 – 25 1/4

What is a dial fit bike helmet?

Freetown helmet comes with adjustable, dial-fit wheel using which bikers can micro-tune their fit even in between rides with single hand, and even with wearing gloves. Bikers can now enjoy complete head protection where the fit can be adjusted to their head size and shape.

How do you determine bike helmet size?

Most helmets come in small, medium, large or extended sizes. To find your size, wrap a flexible tape measure around the largest portion of your head-about 1 in. above your eyebrows. Or, wrap a string or ribbon around your head, then measure the length of string with a straight-edge ruler or yardstick.

What size motorcycle helmet should I get?

Having a correct fitting helmet is vital for your safety. The way to measure your head size for a helmet is by using a measuring tape. Measure approximately 1inch (2.5cm) above your eyebrows (forehead) and around the complete circumference of your head.

How to measure your head for a bike helmet?

Wrap the string around your head about an inch above the eyebrows.

  • Mark the total distance on the string.
  • Lay the string next to a ruler or tape measure to determine the total length in centimeters.
  • How to find the right size helmet?

    – Measure Your Forehead Circumference First. The first step in determining correct size for your helmet is measuring the length around your forehead (circumference). – The Shape Of Your Head Is Important Also. We use helmet designations of “round oval” (left), “intermediate oval” (center), and “long oval” (right). – Helmet Retention. The “retention system” of a helmet consists of built-in chin and neck straps specifically designed to keep the helmet properly aligned with your head during sudden movements and – Riding Position Is Important. When selecting a helmet, it’s also important to think about the position you’ll be spending most of your time in while riding.