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Old 12-27-2012, 09:28 AM
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So, I'm buying a helmet for passengers because my first helmet wont fit most others (as I have a big ass head xxl). So, normal head sized people. I've been thinking about buying a Medium, but was told to just go for a large. Any advice from the veterans?
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Old 12-27-2012, 09:55 AM
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So, I'm buying a helmet for passengers because my first helmet wont fit most others (as I have a big ass head xxl). So, normal head sized people. I've been thinking about buying a Medium, but was told to just go for a large. Any advice from the veterans?
Unless you plan on buying them a jacket, boots, gloves, and pants as well... don't bother...

If you don't agree please, at least advise you're passengers to find other means of transportation.
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Unless you plan on buying them a jacket, boots, gloves, and pants as well... don't bother...

If you don't agree please, at least advise you're passengers to find other means of transportation.
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I already feel bad about having my girl ride with only gloves, jacket and helmet.
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