Schutt F7 Collegiate Football Helmet – $350.00
- Comes standard with a carbon steel guard and traditional loop straps.
- TPU (thermoplastic urethane) Cushioning – the most advanced impact absorption system in football. TPU Cushioning is proven to absorb more impact across a wider variety of temperatures than any other helmet on the field
- 3-Dimensional Movement Tektonic Plates – strategically located in the most impacted areas of the helmet, Tektonic Plates incorporate an additional TPU Cushion and move independently of the helmet, in multiple directions, improving the helmet’s performance against rotational forces
- Helmet Stabilization System – Incorporating a larger, more comfortable jaw pad configuration, the HSS utilizes both internal and external stabilizers, high performance impact foam – which is wrapped in soft, durable and comfortable synthetic leather. The HSS frames your face and gives you a secure, “locked-in” feel inside the helmet
- Flexural Resistance Shell Design – engineered into the back shelf and temporal side wings of the shell, these design approaches improve the structure, strength and durability of the shell, while increasing the area for TPU Cushioning in those high impact areas and improving impact absorption
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Includes Elite hard cup chin strap. Face mask options are subject to an upgrade fee.
TECHNOLOGIES & MATERIALS
FIREMAN’S LEATHER JAW PADS
TEKTONIC PLATE 3DM SYSTEM
The Varsity F7 helmet is the newest helmet in the Schutt family. This helmet features the new Tectonic Plate 3DM system to help improve the management of rotational energy and impact absorption. These moveable plates along with five other layers of protection create the ultimate energy management system. The F7 has the TPU Surefit AiR liner allowing air to move more freely creating a more secure and customized fit. The new F7 face guards offered features a tapered design for increased range of motion and decreased impact area promoting more of a glancing blow on frontal impacts.