Yesterday I was in the bike shop, buying a tank protector for the nice blue paint on my VFR. That was quick and easy, but I didn't have to pick up Mrs Hornet for half an hour, so I wandered around looking at stuff and trying things on.. as you do.. "Ah, Nitro helmets are back", I note, and having owned several over the years, I tried one on. Which brings me to the title of the thread Under NO circumstances could I get the arms of my glasses down over my ears once I had the helmet on. The padding round the ears is very generous, to be sure, but just will not allow you to put the arms of the glasses where they're supposed to be. I pointed this out to the nice young man behind the counter. His response; "Well Nitro is an entry-level helmet, you know". To which I replied, "So only people who DON'T wear glasses buy entry-level helmets?" He directed my attention to a nice $500 Shark helmet which has special padding, just for people who wear glasses, or sunglasses, under their helmet. I was very impressed, but left with the impression I have expressed; who at Nitro decided that catering to the world's growing number of people who wear glasses, not to mention the millions who wear sunnies, was NOT an important consideration???