S1 Lifer Helmet Terry Cloth Sizing Liner

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Replace your S1 Lifer Helmet Sizing Liners with some fresh, durable, washable and sweat absorbing Terry Liners.

The S1 Lifer Terry Liner is a sewn terry cloth replacement sizing liner for the Lifer Helmet.  The terry cloth is sewn onto the liner, sealed at the ends and covers the front and back of the liner making it more durable allowing it to not break down as fast as the standard Lifer sizing liners. 

The terry cloth also helps absorb sweat and is washable. We recommend rinsing the Terry Liner under cold running water with or without light soap, wringing them out and air drying them.

The sizing of the S1 Lifer Terry Liner is exactly the same as our standard liners and are compatible with all of our Lifer Helmet Shells including our standard Lifer, Mini Lifer and Mega Lifer. For a complete breakdown of our helmet sizing go to our Pick A Helmet Page.

One set of Terry Liners come with a back and front sizing liner at Velcro to attached it to the inside of the helmet.

*** Installation Note *** 

If you are adding these terry liners into a helmet that you have already worn please wash the contact points wear you plan to place the new Velcro with a wet cloth to wipe away any sweat residue that may have built up on the surface of the inner helmet shell.  Doing this will ensure that the Velcro will stick firmly to the inner shell.

7 Reviews

GRRRRRanny 15th Nov 2017

Terry cloth Liners are GRRRRReat!

The new terry cloth version of the sizing liners for the S1 Lifer helmets are great. They absorb like a sweat band and can be removed for washing. A definite improvement over the original foam liners. I ordered the same size as my original liners and the fit it perfect. . . just make sure you distinguish the front from the back, lol!

LS 1st Nov 2017

Puberty stinks. Bad. This helps :)

These things are awesome! I can toss them in the wash and no more nasty helmet reek on my kid's skate helmet. I just bought my 2nd set. Now, if they could just make removable stuff for the pads...LOL.

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