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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 01-20-2005, 07:11 PM Thread Starter
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cl-14 to ac-11

right now i have a cl-14 size large. i want to buy a ac-11 off newenough and just wondering what size i should get. i've heard that the sizing is quite didfferent

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I have tried both on size Large.

The HJC ac-11 seems bigger than the cl-14.
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Call up New Enough and ask if you're not sure. I'm sure they will help you.
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i was looking at a CL14 but the AC11 is on close out... what's the difference? other than the graphics, lol.
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The main difference is probably that the AC-11 has a composite shell instead of plastic. It will likely be lighter because of this.
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figured it was the shell... i'll look around for a weight on both
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Shell and venting , The AC series is there top of the line ive trusted my head with the Ac series for about 4 years now . yes it is lighter and well worth the extra $$$ .
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Ops i forgot ALWAYS TRY ON THE BRAND AND MODEL YOU PLAN TO BUY
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just got mine in today from newenough.
Zeek in blue and "large". I had the ax-10 in XL, and it was a bit too big, so i went with an L instead. but maybe an M would have fit too
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My Ac-10's are smalls and my Ac-11 is an XS . Always try it on before you buy . The Ac-11 also fits completly different than the 10 , last you can also get different cheek pads to taylor the fit if needed
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