Helmet sizing

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Devon
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by Devon

So I've been riding in a Kask K50 Evo (48-58 size) for the last year and loved it. It's supremely comfortable. I have however noticed that it is slightly on the wide side (although it fits perfectly front-to-back). In general the helmet fits very well, but there is a little bit of side-to-side movement.

Any thoughts on this? And considering the apparent odd shape of my head, could anyone recommend a brand/model which comes in a narrower fit?
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by miceden

Have you tried the Kask K10? I have the same problem as you and found the K10 fit better than the K50. Also have a look at Cratoni.

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by Devon

Will do, thanks. I'm due an upgrade/replacement soon so a list of possibles to try is useful.
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