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Splash shields and visors

texdawgtexdawg Posts: 11,553 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

Couldn't find where I was asked this question.......but someone asked me a few days ago if high school players were wearing splash shields......I said probably not.

I stand corrected.

Can't speak for all but my son started wearing helmets today at practice......they are wearing splash shields and eye visors. Both required.

Splash shields are made by Schutt and cost $25 per helmet. Eye visors are usually by Oakley or Nike and start around $50.

Maybe it will help protect the players.....hope so.....because I don't know how they are going to breathe.



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