Helmet Fit Guide

The proper helmet fit is one of the most important factors for safety and comfort. A snug, aligned fit will achieve a safe and secure ride. 

Below are 3 simple steps to determine the proper helmet size.


Measure the circumference of your head with a tape measure roughly 1 inch above your eyebrows. Take several measurements to make sure you have the largest size. If you do not have a tape measure, use a string or phone charger and measure it against a ruler.


Once you have determined your helmet size, try it on. The helmet should be worn level on the head and not slide or move freely when you roll your head from side to side. If this is the case, you have a helmet hat is too large. Extra padding may help provide a better, more snug fit.


Be sure the front of the helmet lays just above your eyebrows and that the back of the helmet does not touch the nape of your neck. The chin strap should fit snug to where you can only insert 2 fingers. If the skin on your forehead moves slightly, you have a good fit.

Every person is built differently. If your measurements are in-between the sizes shown or you’re simply in doubt, we strongly recommend sizing up to the larger size. 

The following is the reference size chart for different ages