Any helmet that you can put on without removing your glasses is probably too large.On my latest N104 I have to remove my glasses when I put it on...
I too wear spectacles and have the same problem. I only have a cheap LS2 modular helmet, but what I found (probably obvious to everyone else but me!) Take your glasses off, put the helmet on and get it positioned, DONT fasten the chin strap until you have put your glasses back on, and then don't forget to fasten the chin strap like I do on occasion.Any helmet recommendations for an eyeglass wearer?
I’ve been wearing modular helmets for the past 15 years or so, and had one good low-side during that time, with my head hitting the pavement hard. I replaced the helmet, of course, but it survived intact. All the modular helmets I’ve worn lock solidly, and my guess is if you hit your helmet hard enough to dislodge the chin bar, you’ve got bigger problems than just a busted helmet.How do you guys with modular helmets feel about their safety? Any concerns about the chin bar releasing during an accident?
I have a slightly different problem, even though I were glasses I purchased a new Nolan X-lite that fitted tight but really well once on and I could get my glasses in with only a little struggle. The glasses seemed to slide in a lot better as the helmet wore in, but it seems like the inner padding is compressing to the point that the helmet now pushes down on the glasses forcing uncomfortable pressure on the bridge of my nose. This becomes very distracting when out on the road. The helmet is only 2 months old.Any helmet recommendations for an eyeglass wearer?