The GMAN wrote:
They definitely run tight. A medium doesn't really fit me, I wear medium in most other helmets.
I ordered a medium but I'm always on the low side of the M measurements so I'm probably good.
Received mine yesterday. Iâ€™d say the helmet runs small-ish for sizing. As stated above, Iâ€™m always on the low side of a medium helmet measurement and my noggin definitely fills the ARO7. Not as much helmet real estate left as per usual with a medium helmet. So folks on the high end of a medium measurement might want to think about a large ARO7, or order both and return one.
Nicely designed helmet. I can see the above critique that the visor magnet isnâ€™t as strong and grippy as the Aerohead, but itâ€™s probably better than most others not named Aerohead. The prism visor is definitely very nice. Awesome shade and clarity. The buckle mechanism is unique with the magnet. It seems like it will vent better than the Aerohead but thatâ€™s just on looks and number of vents. The helmet also comes with its own case, and a clear visor.
2018 Races: Augusta 70.3, September 23rd
| Waco 70.3, Waco, TX, October 28th
| Cartagena 70.3, Cartagena, Colombia December 2nd
Gear: Dimond Bikes
| Desoto Sport
| Hoka One One