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I agree completely with Tim. Try on a gazillion helmets... everything you can find. Try multiple sizes too, until you find the smallest one that fits snugly without pressure points. Remember. If you can feel a pressure point in the minute or so you have it on in the showroom, it's likely to get 1000 times worse "on the road". It might loosen up or wear in as you use it, but I've found that if i don't love it in the showroom, I won't learn to love it on the road.
The Arai just fit's my noggin best. I don't mess around any more. I have an old Simpson Bandit that I wear for the "look". I usually have a headache when I'm done.
Personally I think it's just as ugly as the original was.
At least it's ECE 2209 which is a 'better' standard than Snell (less likely to kill you)
The Griffin was a better shaped helmet, I think it was the first to use a wind tunnel for design? (I know you didn't get any wind induced vibration at 140+ unlike a few others I tried)