Many youth football associations are investing in new helmets, believing new technology will help prevent serious head injuries. One of the new helmets being used in Woodbury is the Revolution Attack-I by Riddell, which is also the official helmet of the NFL. The highlights:
•Inflatable liner for custom fit
•Inflatable jaw pads
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