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    helmet still good pads not

    Can I get new foam pad things for the inside of my helmet somewhere for super cheap. A few of the ones in there have desintigrated but the helmet is still good

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    Quote Originally Posted by kiwi133
    Can I get new foam pad things for the inside of my helmet somewhere for super cheap. A few of the ones in there have desintigrated but the helmet is still good
    I bought a package of them for mine at the bike shop for like $4.
    They are available- the trick may be finding them.

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    write a sob story about how you can't find any and how you love your helmet to your helmet's manufacturer and they'll probably send you some for free. Worked for me.

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    ^^^^ohhhh thats awsome^^^^ I am so doin that lol!

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    headbands work too
    the trick is ENJOYING YOUR LIFE EACH DAY, don't waste them away wishing for better days

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    I got some

    Quote Originally Posted by SHIVER ME TIMBERS
    headbands work too
    If you mean the sizing pads. I have a bunch that you can have for the shipping. Jim

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    Get em for free.......perhaps

    Quote Originally Posted by kiwi133
    Can I get new foam pad things for the inside of my helmet somewhere for super cheap. A few of the ones in there have desintigrated but the helmet is still good
    If the helmet is Giro, you can call them and they'll send them for free......
    If not Giro.......go by a few bike stores and many times they have a box under the counter with extras........sometimes free.......or else just a buck or two........

    If that don't work......get a womens hairnet.......stick some sponges into it,,,,,put it on your head, and then stick the helmet over that mess.....
    Watch out if it rains, because with all those sponges soaking up water, your helmet could end up weighing 10 pounds..

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimbo2k
    If you mean the sizing pads. I have a bunch that you can have for the shipping. Jim

    no, like a basketball headband
    the trick is ENJOYING YOUR LIFE EACH DAY, don't waste them away wishing for better days

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    Thanks for the offers and advice fellas, I went to my parents house and dug though some boxes and found some rectangular pads from old cheapo helmets. Grabbed some sissors and contact cement, few minutes later my bell evo pro is good as new

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    I have the same problem. I cant find an email address or number for Giro.

    Giro.com does not seem to have any contact information.

    Anyone know how to contact Giro?
    your moma's so ugly, one time she looked out of the window and got arrested for mooning

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