Have a large head? These Helmets are for You



Helmets have strict requirements and tight regulations for retention, penetration and impact protection in the event of a crash. However, to properly protect your noggin, they must fit well. Since every helmet is different, it’s vital to measure your head to make sure you get the right size for extra-large motorcycle helmets.


Use a soft or cloth tape measure and measure horizontally around your head starting about one-inch above the eyebrows. Repeat the process several times for accuracy, then check helmet sizing chart. If you’re in between two sizes, order the smaller of the two.


Best Motorcycle Helmets for Big Heads


These helmets are available in a range of sizes. The features and shape ensure they can accommodate oversized heads.


  • HJC CL-17 - Aerodynamic and made of polycarbonate. Wicking microfiber speed cool lining with brow and jaw vents as well as dual chimneys keep you cool without reducing protection. Cheek pads are interchangeable, so you can accurately tune the fit. The neutral to round shape fits most heads. Sizes go up to 5X in some colors.


  • AGV AX-8 EVO - Lightweight, high-end, polycarbonate dual-sport helmet. Inspired by a dirt bike helmet design the increased padding density and a rubberized front peak, reduces shock and chest trauma in a crash. For slightly narrow heads up to 3X.


  • Scorpion EXO-GT920 - Polycarbonate sport helmet with modular features and weight. Two vents in the front and one at the top that pushes air out through the back spoiler. It includes a drop-down sun visor and speaker cut-outs. The round to intermediate oval shape fits up to 3X.


  • AFX FX-17 – The entry-level, lightweight polycarbonate shell can be used as a dual-sport helmet. Five vents provide airflow. The intermediate oval is narrower and longer front to back than many round helmets, and it has a neutral slant. Available up to 4X.


Finding extra-large motorcycle helmets that look great and provide quality protection can be challenging. Visit BikeBandit.com for videos, reviews and a wide selection of great looking helmets 3X and up.



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