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Perfect Booster Club Buy

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Perfect Booster Club Buy

Booster clubs help programs with everything – from providing food and equipment for athletes, manning the ticket booth and concession stand, and of course coordinating transportation for fans to go to State.

Boosters want to do more than the gruntwork. Let them feel like they’re helping the program by raising funds for a product that’s going to truly connect with every parent volunteering their time to the program. Let them find a way to implement the caps –connect us with the key contact in your booster club!

Multitude of Benefits

  • Buildup of Blows: More effectively manage the repetitive, cumulative, subconcussive blows that are adding up over the course of a season/career. Research from Purdue University and the University of Texas is showing that injury is more of that nature and that hits are building upon each other over time. This is especially pertinent for your OL, DL, LB, TE, FB.
  • Body Blows: Create a softer, pliable exterior surface for blows to knees, hands, hips, abdomen during the week of practice.
  • Protect Paint: custom paint job or decal? Matte paint chipping? Keep your helmets looking great all season by using Guardian Caps in practice.
  • Sound: Reduces the soundwave frequencies of blows to the helmet – vibration and sound are known headache triggers.
  • Heat: Insulates the static heat – 15-20 degrees cooler than a standard helmet depending on colors.
  • Parent PR: Tangible, obvious way to show community/parents you’re going above and beyond for their sons.
  • Limitations: It’s also important to us to note that we don’t sell this as a magic pill. Most people understand that, but you can never be too sure. Your staff will need to communicate to your players that the caps work in unison with technique work, neck strengthening, diagnosis/return to play… not in lieu of it.

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WARNING:

*No helmet, practice apparatus, or helmet pad can prevent or eliminate the risk of concussions or other serious head injuries while playing sports. Researchers have not reached an agreement on how the results of impact absorption tests relate to concussions. No conclusions about a reduction of risk or severity of concussive injury should be drawn from impact absorption tests.