SG 360™ Red
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Youth - 13 and Under - Head Circumference: 19" - 22"
Adult - Over 13 - Head Circumference: 21" - 25"
360 degrees of Nytrolyte protection from sticks and collisions
Fits snug and super adjustable
Easy to take on and off
Moisture wicking and anti-microbial treated interior
Work's with most women's lacrosse/field hockey protective goggles
US Pat. No. D680,275
Other patents pending
Adjust your eye goggles to where it's comfortable on your head, and then take them off.
Take your SG360™ Headgear, place the unit on your head (you want someone to help you), adjust the back strap (Figure A) to where it's snug around your head. Keeping the back plate centered. Take the unit off.
Take your eye goggles and place them on the front of your SG360™ Headgear, making sure to keep the goggles centered. Strap the goggles to the unit by taking the strap and looping through the upper wire on your goggles and snap it (Figure B). Now do the same for the other strap. Once you've secured the goggles to the front of the SG360™ Headgear and it's centered; open the side strap (Figure D) and the back plate strap (Figure C) of the SG360™, and place the strap of your goggles in and close them. Now your goggles should be securely attached
Place your unit on your head and do any fine tuning that you may need to tighten and loosen
HOW TO MEASURE YOUR HEAD
Wrap a measuring tape around your head, just above the eyebrows. Note your size at the point of overlap.
If you don't have a measuring tape, simply use a piece of string and mark the point of overlap, then measure the string. (Be careful not to stretch the string while measuring.)
Refer to the size chart to establish the size headgear you should wear.
SG360™ SIZING CHART
Youth - 13 and Under
Adult - Over 13
Cross Velocity (mph)
Bare Head Form**
NOCSAE STANDARD: *300 SI is the estimated nominal tolerance level for traumatic brain injury (concussion)
The SG360 is not a helmet and will not protect players from catastrophic skull, brain, MBTI Injuries, or concussions. No product can prevent all head, face or neck injuries a player might receive while participating in Lacrosse or field hockey. Do not use this product to butt, ram or spear an opposing player. These are all violations of women’s lacrosse and field hockey rules and such use can result in severe head or neck injuries, paralysis or death to you and possibly injury to your opponent. There is a risk that injury may also occur as a result of an accidental contact without intent to butt, ram or spear. This protective equipment is designed to reduce the risk of injury only to the specific body part which it covers. No equipment can prevent all injuries. Use of this equipment does not guarantee protection from serious, disabling, or permanent injury. Any modifications or alteration could reduce protection. If damaged the product should be replaced.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Why should I use the SG360™?
Women's Lacrosse has rules in place to try and minimize the impacts that are common in Men's Lacrosse. However, as much as the players try to adhere to these rules, incidental impacts will and do occur. The SG360™ is designed to cut down the odds of potential injuries caused by these unfortunate impacts from sticks and collisions without changing the culture and traditions of this unique Women's sport.
Why is the top of the head of the SG360™ open?
The crown area of the the on the SG360™ is open for venting and to prevent the players from leading with their heads. Most incidental impacts are not on the top of the head. Players are less apt to drop their heads and spear opposing players when they don't have protection in that area. We don't want women to feel invincible and to ram or butt their heads like men have been known to do. Most serious injuries in the boy's game come from the spearing or head butting cause by a false sense of protection on the top of the head, which leads to broken necks and MBI. Players should never lead with their heads.
Why does the SG360™cover part of the ear?
The SG360™is designed to protect the most vulnerable areas of the head. Coverage over part of the ear is necessary to protect the temple area and soft region directly in front of the ear which is susceptible to injury from impacts
Why does the SG360™ extend over the front of the crown?
When a girl is going forward and looks down to get a ball, the front of her head in vulnerable to impacts from sticks and other players. So the front crown coverage is extended to protect that part of the head.
Why the goggle attached to the SG360?
We designed the SG360™ to be used as one unit with goggles that are currently on the market. We had two basic goals: First, we wanted to be sure the headgear did not interfere with the proper fit of the goggles and for it to stay in the correct location, as defined by the goggle manufacturers; our second goal was to make sure there was no gap between the goggle and the headgear, so a blow from a stick to the forehead would be protected.
Has the SG360™ been tested?
The SG360™ has been tested and the results have shown that the SG360™ affords protection for a player being struck in the head with a stick. The severity index results for the head forms impacts were decreased to below 300 SI. 300 SI is the estimated nominal tolerance level for Mild Traumatic Injury (concussion) due to peak linear acceleration according to NOCSAE standards.
What percentage of Women's Lacrosse concussions are caused from incidental impacts from sticks?
According to US Lacrosse, 49% of women's lacrosse high school girls that received concussive injury, received them from impacts caused by sticks. (US Lacrosse Webinar: Head Protection in Women's Lacrosse, May 2, 2012)
Does the SG360™ have a break-in period?
The SG360™ will become formed to the player's head and more comfortable with use. Usually 10-15 hours, of use, is sufficient break-in time.
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