Small problem with helmet lining
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    Senior Member Olivier's Avatar
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    Small problem with helmet lining

    I'm not sure where this should go so I'm trying it here... I've had an HJC helmet for about a year and a half. I quite like it, and I take pretty good care of it, I don't rough it up - ever. Yet, some of a bottom liner is kind of peeling off, see picture below on the left. Regardless whether this is normal or not (to me it's not but what do I know...), is this something that can be swapped?

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    I had exactly the same problem with my Takachi helmet. Simply peeled all the stuff off and never missed it as it serves no purpose.

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    Senior Member Olivier's Avatar
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    I'm a total noob, sorry... (>.<) These are cheek pads, right?

    Yeah I agree it serves no purpose but it looks kind of bad... and it's really strange that one is going to sh*t but the other is perfectly fine... It's not like I grab the helmet on that side...
    Last edited by Olivier; 09-14-2019 at 07:39 PM.
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