I was quite surprised to find that Zeus has all kinds of different pads offered. So, if you have a fat head (or a skinny one) or a big chin, cheeks (think "facial" cheeks here), etc. - you just buy the pads to fit your helmet. They have a dozen or so different pads. I have yet to see any other manufacturer offer so many custom fit choices - especially on such an inexpensive helmet.Wacky174 said:I would spend a few extra dollars and purchase the CAT TXI helmet. Not only do that look great but fit fantastic as well. They don't fog nearly as easy as others.
Cute quote, but I believe it is highly ignorant...sesnopro said:A 100 dollar helemet for a hundred dollar head.
Yep. I remember it well. Must have worked, because the first good helmet I bought was a Bell.locky said:The original quote was from Bell back in the late 70's to early 80's it was "if you have a $50 head then buy a $50 dollar helmet, If not then buy a Bell" Im just showing my age here