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Burton/RED Helmet Sizing Guide

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If you measure between two size e.g. 55 cm, chose the next higher size i.e. 56 cm or a Small.


SIZING AND CONVERSION CHART FOR R.E.D. HELMETS

Adult Helmets
Size Centimeters
XS 53 - 55cm
S 55 - 57cm
M 57 - 59cm
L 59 - 61cm
XL 61 - 63cm
XXL 63 - 65cm
Kid's Helmets (except BuzzCap)
S 49 - 51 cm
M 51 - 53cm
L 53 - 55cm
BuzzCap
YS/YM 51 cm
YM/YL 53 cm

A soft measuring tape is an excellent tool to determine the correct circumference of the user's head in centimeters and get a rough idea of what helmet size will fit them best. If you do not have a soft tape, use string. Do not use a metal tape as it will not give an accurate measurement.
1.) Have the user stand facing you while looking straight ahead. If you don't want to make direct eye contact stare at the uni-brow and try not to laugh. (Tip: when fitting small children it is helpful to kneel in front of them so you are at eye level.)
2.) Using both hands, hold the measuring tape at each end with the centimeter marks facing away from you. If you are using inches here is a centimeters conversion chart.
3.) Place the fit tape behind the user's head just above the ears. This is where it starts to get a little intimate.
4.) Wrap the side in your right hand around to the front of their forehead so the end of the tape is centered between (and just above) the eyebrows.
5.) Wrap the side in your left hand around (just above the ears and brow) to overlap the end of the tape with a snug fit. Read the measurement at the end of the tape to determine circumference measurement in centimeters.
6.) Remove measuring tape and record the measurement. This number can be used to narrow the helmet size selection using the helmet-sizing chart above.
A soft measuring tape is an excellent tool to determine the correct circumference of the user's head in centimeters and get a rough idea of what helmet size will fit them best. If you do not have a soft tape, use string. Do not use a metal tape as it will not give an accurate measurement. 1.) Have the user stand facing you while looking straight ahead. If you don't want to make direct eye contact stare at the uni-brow and try not to laugh. (Tip: when fitting small children it is helpful to kneel in front of them so you are at eye level.) 2.) Using both hands, hold the measuring tape at each end with the centimeter marks facing away from you. If you are using inches here is a centimeters conversion chart. 3.) Place the fit tape behind the user's head just above the ears. This is where it starts to get a little intimate. 4.) Wrap the side in your right hand around to the front of their forehead so the end of the tape is centered between (and just above) the eyebrows. 5.) Wrap the side in your left hand around (just above the ears and brow) to overlap the end of the tape with a snug fit. Read the measurement at the end of the tape to determine circumference measurement in centimeters. 6.) Remove measuring tape and record the measurement. This number can be used to narrow the helmet size selection using the helmet-sizing chart above.