Youth, high school, college and professional teams football teams are all looking to prioritize safety. The Guardian Cap is becoming increasing popular amongst high school coaches and players. This safety product was created in 2010 to address the clear need to advance the standard football helmet, which has changed little since the 1960’s. Physics say that an outer “soft” material of the proper density, stiffness and energy absorbing properties reduces the initial severity of the impact. The hard shell then has lower forces transmitted to it, and in turn conveys lower forces to the interior soft helmet padding and then lower forces to the head.
Top 4/5 National High School Football Teams
+750 high school football teams in the United States are wearing caps, including 4 of the 5 top teams: #1 Mater Dei (CA), #2 Bishop Gorman (CA), #3 St. John Bosch (NV), #5 Buford (GA). Prioritize safety for your players with Guardian Caps!
Park High School Wearing Caps in Games
Park High School decided to take their players safety to the next level by utilizing Guardian Caps in football practices and games. “I will be the guinea pig, and if I'm the first for player safety and our student-athletes are the first for player safety, I'm totally fine with being the first person,” said Fryklund. The science behind the Guardian Cap influenced HFC Fryklund to take team safety to the next level by wearing Guardian Caps during games.
Summerville Elevates Player Safety in Practice
Summerville High School's football better protects their players by utilizing Guardian Caps for practices. Check out some photos of their players sporting Caps.
Xaverian High Adopts Guardian Caps for Safety
Angel Salcedo features Xaverian High in Massachusetts as they introduce Guardian Caps for their football players. Matt Hasselbeck, current Xaverian Quarterbacks Coach and former NFL player promotes Guardian Caps as a player, coach and parent. A coach with Xaverian Football team stated, “Parents are worried about this sport…we’re doing anything we can to help prevent injury”