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red helmet too tight?

i had an L 09/10 hi-fi, and an L 09/10 mutiny, they both fit good, and i could wear a mask underneath both of them,

i cracked the hi-fi, so i bought a new one, but now the L seems pretty tight.

i have a very low iq, so i cant figure out how to use those pill shaped foam pads that come with the helmet. Also, this new one seems to have an inflatable piece, both of these features indicate that i could probably go with an XL instead. When i measure my head, its exactly 61cm, and sizes are 59-61, 61-63.

im trying to think if my head magically shrinks when im on the mountain, because i seem to remember having a skycap before which seemed to be pretty tight every time id try it at home, but worked great on the slopes
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