I never really liked the look of this helmet for some reason, probably because everyone wears it with I/O's and I don't like them. But I came around and ended up buying one, and I love it.
Fit: It is much better to go and try helmets on, but it is not necessary like it is with boots. There is an adjuster on the back that cradles the back of your head. I ripped that out, as I have with every other helmet I have owned. I find those things annoying and useless. The helmet does sit higher on your head than other helmets I have had, as in it does not come down really far. It fits very nicely and looks nice. The strap has a lot of leeway. I wear a beanie under it, which I would suggest bringing with you if trying helmets on in person.
Durability: I have learned how to fall without hitting my head, so I have not had an impact yet. Other than that, the helmet has held up very well. The only impacts I have had were with tree branches in the woods and there are only a few scratches, but the shell does dent fairly easily even with small impacts.
Goggles: I wear my goggles under the helmet because steeze. I have VZ Fishbowls and they fit perfectly with the helmet.
Ventilation: There are two front vents and two in the rear. I have never had an issue with overheating.
Padding: The helmet comes with padding in the helmet and additional padding to help dial in the fit and comfort.
Overall, I would recommend this helmet to everyone. It is a decent price (I got mine fore $100, you can easily find deals if you look around / aren't picky about colors.