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How to Apply Football Helmet Decals Without Fear

August 26, 2015

Perhaps you are the new football coach, or volunteered to be the equipment manager for the football team. One of the first tasks you will tackle is applying your team’s decal on your freshly minted (or recently reconditioned) football helmets. You might be forgiven for waiting until the last minute to apply the decals. You want them to look perfect for opening kickoff. This is when you realize you had better apply them correctly because all eyes in the stadium will be on those football helmets. And if the decals are crooked, or

Football Helmets and Safety

June 22, 2015

Helmets have been the primary symbol of football for many years. Young athletes eagerly await their fresh, new helmets as a signal that the new football season has arrived and they made the team. Helmets also empower the players to be more aggressive during play, as well as symbolizing their membership on the team. Helmets are raised in victory and tossed in defeat. But what is the football helmet’s primary function? In the beginning of football, there were no helmets. Rough and rugged players engaged in battle with very little padding

The Truth About Reconditioned Football Helmets

May 6, 2015

Is your football helmet too old to reuse? Many high school football programs will reuse their helmets year after year, even handing down older helmets to the younger squads before finally retiring them. Studies show football helmets can be recertified safe after 10 seasons of use and more! Older helmets can be reconditioned by helmet manufacturers to maintain their look and their safety. Old helmet decals and stripes are peeled away, face guards and hardware are removed, scratches and nicks are filled and the entire surface is repainted.