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    Any have a front view of the Deviant II Helmet?

    I wanted to pick up a spare helmet while i am waiting for my TLD visor to come in, and for them to fix some "loose" threads on it, and I was checking out the deviant and deviant II, I have only found back views of the Deviant II helmets, anyone have a front or side view of it? Also wondering what the differences where between the 2. Thanks!
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    D II
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    FWIW, I had the local Specialized store special order that red/black skull one.

    I put it on, shook it on my head and pulled it off. Wondering why it was so noisy...reached in and pulled out the styrofoam from the shell.

    They were astounded; it wasn't glued in there properly...better to find out at the shop though.

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    Are those the deviant 2's or the standard deviant? They have different colors for the Deviant 2 on the website, and the red/black/skull one is listed as a standard deviant. Just wondering. Possibly different colors for different countries?
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    Thats a standard deviant

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    the skull one was listed as a D II on the website I found it on, maybe they used an old picture
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    That first shot is the D1. Here is the D2.



    In reading the description looks like they've beefed up the interior padding system so it's more like a traditional full faced fit. . . can't say for sure though though. Mine will be here early oct.

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    Nice, exactly what i was looking for. I think i will have to wait for the 2's to become available,
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    No adjusting advice on the new ones...which is nice
    They have a nicer fit, at least on my head.

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    No adjusting "advice"? Do you mean the new Deviants do not have that "Pro Fit" thing that the older Deviants have? How are the shell sizes compared to the older Deviants?

    * Never mind. Think I found my answer to part 1 -


    Their sizes are quite far apart... For example, the SM is listed as 51-57cm?? That's a huge difference and without that "Pro Fit" system, I don't see how helmets are going to fit someone with a smaller head.

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