Under Armour OSFA Two-Tone Chrome Batting HelmetItem Number: 22339426
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The Under Armour® Two-Tone Chrome Batting Helmet offers superior protection while maintaining maximum comfort and eye-popping style. The Two Tone Chrome is constructed with a high impact-resistant ABS plastic shell and features large vents throughout the helmet to offer maximum breathability for added comfort. The fabric cover moves moisture away from your skin to keep you cool and dry during intense games.
- Dual-density foam liner offers comfort and protection
- Fabric-covered padding and ear piece wicks moisture to keep players cool
- High impact resistant ABS chrome shell with corrugations
- Large submerged vent ports provide maximum airflow
- Extended back for better coverage and more secure fit
- Eye-catching two-tone chrome finish
- Unisex design for use in both baseball and softball
- Installed snap for chin strap (not included)
- Pre-mounted hardware for optional face guard (not included)
- Meets NOCSAE® standards
- One Size Fits All (OSFA); fits head sizes: 6-1/2" to 7-3/4"
- Manufacturer's warranty: 1 year
- Model: UABH-100TTC
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Country of Origin: China
Rated 3 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Sports&Scouts Banned from NFHS, Umpire could remove at any level Chrome batting (and catching) helmets are banned by NFHS (National Federation of High School Sports) and can be removed at any level (Little League, Babe Ruth, MVP, Travel, Showcase, etc.) if umpires, like myself, feel they present a potential distraction and possibly safety risk. I have tossed this thing several times this year after nearly being blinded by the sun's rays bouncing off this and into my eyes. It was nearly blinding and I had sunglasses on at the time. Although the helmet itself meets NOCSAE standards umpires in NFHS governed events are called to remove it. It should be pulled from the shelf. I have enclosed the 2014 baseball rules interpretation by NFHS that covers this. (BTW, Situation 21 deals with chrome catchers helmets.# Baseball Rules Interpretations - 2014 SITUATION 22: R1 leads off the inning wearing a highly polished reflective batting helmet. The opposing coach inquires as to the legality of R1 wearing such a helmet as it would be distracting to his pitcher and the infielders. R1 and his coach explain that, a) the helmet meets the current NOCSAE performance standard for batting helmets; b) there is no rule prohibiting such product for use; and c) the player has a right to own and use the helmet when there is no rule preventing such use. RULING: The umpire explains that the use of such helmet presents a risk minimization issue for the team playing defense. The bright reflection of the sun off the helmet poses a dangerous situation for the defense. In a) and b), the fact that the helmet meets the NOCSAE performance standard for batting helmets is admirable and is compliant to NOCSAE standards; unfortunately, it is judged by the umpire to be unreasonably dangerous and is illegal for use. There are several rules references prohibiting the use of such equipment. #1-5-9,10) Regarding c), the player does have the right to own and use the helmet, just not for high school baseball competition. COMMENT: If the offensive team would like to use the batting helmet, it could make it less reflective by adding dull/matte black tape over the helmet in order to meet the intent of the rule. July 18, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Roy Well constructed ! Helmet arrived , one size fits all, and when given to grandson it fit perfect . Well constructed and well padded to absorb any shock . Well ventilated ! Meets all specifications as decribed . Promptly shipped !!! January 22, 2014
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