TLD D3 Cheek Pads

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Replace those lost or crusty old cheekpads, or adjust the sizing with these replacement cheek pads for the Troy Lee Designs D3 helmet.

The D3 comes in two shell sizes and three EPS sizes. 

The cheek pads and headliners can be interchanged within the same EPS size to fine-tune the fit. (see the sizing chart for more info)

If you're not sure which EPS size your helmet has it should be printed inside the helmet and visible when the headliner and cheek pads are removed.

EPS Sizes:

  • XS-S
  • M-L
  • XL-XXL

Cheek Pad Sizing:

  • XS-S EPS
    • XS: 35mm
    • S: 31mm
  • M-L EPS
    • M: 25mm
    • L: 22mm
  • XL-XXL EPS
    • XL: 32mm
    • XXL: 28mm

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