Soccer players are always at risk for a head injury, no matter their age or level of competition. Soccer players are consistently running the field, colliding with both other players and the ground. All it takes is for a teammate’s knee, elbow, shoulder, or head to collide against yours, and you may be facing a serious head injury.
Worse yet, most soccer players wear absolutely no protective headgear, leaving them vulnerable.
While wearing the Head Net™ cannot guarantee that a concussion will not occur, it will help reduce impact energy by 50 to 70 percent, giving you a 50 to 70 percent better chance of not getting hurt (or getting hurt as bad). The Head Net™ can be conveniently worn underneath a sweatband or headband, making it nearly invisible.
Studies performed by USC and Wayne State University have demonstrated that the Head Net™ can reduce the risk for a long-term head injury when worn in practice and game-day situations. With four Head Net™ sizes to choose from (ranging from children to adult sizes), there is protective gear available for all ages at every level of competition. The Head Net™’s revolutionary 360-degree design is made up of a polymer material injected with air cells that help absorb and dissipate the impact energy around the head. This keeps you or your child better protected, which—at the end of the day—is all that matters.