My head is definitely more oval shaped vs round, therefore I thought this was going to work great. But as others have said in reviews on other sites, this helmet fits a 1/4 size too small. My forehead is pretty tight on the front, cheeks pad and all other areas feel good. This would be a great helmet for some one with a more round and small head. After about 8 hours total wear time, the helmet has broken in and become a little more comfortable. While riding I don't think about it or notice it. Maybe I'm being a little OCD when first trying it on, but my cheap Scorpion feels more comfortable still when I interchange to judge difference, albeit the One Industries helmet is and feels lighter (big plus). I wanted a new helmet that offered a form of additional concussion protection after sustaining a concussion in a cheap Fox helmet, and this MIPS helmet fits the bill. I ride with a subconscious security that I stand a higher chance of cephalic tissue protection, and lets face it, that's why we wear helmets. Protect your dome!
One Industries 2015 Gamma Helmet With MIPS - Camber
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I used to have a One Industries Kombat helmet in large. I first ordered this helmet in large also, but found out that it was too big. Apparently they changed the way a large feels between these 2 models. I then exchanged for a medium. This felt pretty tight, but after a few times riding it appears to be breaking in. Other than that, the helmet feels lighter than my previous while looking a lot nicer. Haven't had to try the MIPS out yet but I feel a lot better knowing it's there. I use 100% Racecraft goggles and they fit the helmet fine. Would recommend to someone else for sure!
Developed by the rather lengthily named United Nations Economic Commission for Europe, this is the most common helmet certification internationally, required by over 50 countries worldwide. It is approved for all competition events by AMA, WERA, FIM, CCS, Formula USA and the big one – MotoGP. It, much like the DOT standard, favours a more impact-absorbent helmet allowing a maximum of 275g’s (the ECE R22-05 anvil is either flat or “kerb shaped” depending on the test). it’s wide use in a variety of high-level motorcycle racing classes is reassuring to many. The ECE R22-05 has more in common with the DOT standard than either the Snell M2005 or M2010 standard, an ECE R22-05 certified helmet are likely to pass the DOT test and vice-versa.