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football helmets - everything you need to know

by:KK INFLATABLE      2020-05-24
In order to provide a little background information, the National Operational committee for sports equipment standards has developed performance standards for football helmets.
They also made specific wording for all produced helmets.
The rim of the helmet should be around 1 inch above the eyebrows.
You just want a comfortable fit that is neither too tight nor too loose and doesn\'t slip when you rotate your head.
If your helmet has an inflatable air suspension adjustment system, be sure to try it and make sure it fits your head well.
If you\'re looking at a traditional helmet, see what plug-ins are available.
These products have a variety of shapes and sizes that can really help achieve the best match.
While this may seem a bit obvious, if you have experienced dramatic hair style changes after purchasing your helmet, you will most likely have to redecorate.
Air systems that promote a comfortable fit, these provide more Buffering to absorb the impact of the hit helmet, and increase the distance between the helmet shell and the head, allowing additional shock absorption.
Paddingbe is usually designed by multiple parts, the back pad of the helmet, the neck pad and the side pad, while the Crown pad can be found on the top of the helmet.
The manufacturer offers pads of different thickness and sells replacement pads.
Make sure you replace the worn pads with new, NOCSAE approved pads specifically designed for your helmet.
CHIN STRAPSChin straps is designed to hold the helmet firmly to the head and protect the CHIN.
It is essential to keep the chin strap centered on the chin and not to relax to help ensure proper installation of the helmet and maximum safety benefits.
All football helmets come with a standard chin strap, but if this one doesn\'t fit your needs, many manufacturers offer a chin strap that fits all the varieties and colors that replace your original chin strap
The mask is designed for specific helmet models and specific positions (i. e.
The quarterback will not wear a mask designed for the players)
, There is no \"standard\" mask model.
But there are two kinds of masks, one is open and the other is closed.
The open cage is usually the preferred choice for quarterback, running Guard, wide receiver and defensive backcourt players as it has two or three crossbars and there is no vertical bar above the nose, so the visibility is better.
A closed cage is usually the choice of an informant because it has a vertical bar that runs the length of the mask on the nose with two or three, or four crossbars, this helps to get the fingers and hands of other players out of their eyes.
It is safe to say that the position you play should determine the type of mask you need because players have to remember how the mask affects their field of view.
These abbreviations (
The helmet manufacturer is used to give you the information you need to determine the type of protection you need.
OPO: Oral protection OnlyNOPO: nasal and oral protection OnlyEGJOP: eye glass, jaw and oral protection: eye glass and oral protection JOP: Chin and oral protection njop: nose, chin mouth protection ROPO: enhanced oral protection is only for Jaw op: enhanced Jaw and oral protection. These abbreviations are used to represent the mask style.
DW: Two-wire configuration sw: One-wire configuration r: strengthen B: U-
Bar AttachedK: Kicker/PunterSHELL material adult, university and high school football helmet case made of the same plastic material used in astronaut helmet, polycarbonate alloy molded by GE Lexan
These are considered high-end helmets, and when they disperse the impact on a larger surface, they are considered to be the best, reducing the impact on the head.
However, some manufacturers use non-branded molded polycarbonate on their shells.
The juvenile football helmet case is usually made of ABS plastic.
This common thermoplastic plastic is used in the football helmet shell for its excellent shock absorption performance.
Helmet pricing is first and foremost a key factor in choosing the right helmet, and fit and NOCSAE approval are the most important.
Pricing for items that protect your brain is not the best idea!
The price of low-end youth football helmets is usually around $45. 00 to $65.
00, while the mid-range pricing level is $70. 00 to $90. 00 category.
The price of high-end helmets for young people and adults has dropped from $110 to anywhere. 00 to $160.
But the main leaders of high-end helmets tend to price from $200. 00 and up.
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