Gamebreaker’s soft shell protective headgear is molded out of a unique composite of impact reduction foams, offering maximum protection upon impact. The hook and loop chin strap combined with adjustable laces in the back enables the headgear to custom fit each person’s head. LYCRA surrounds the outer shell, allowing air to flow throughout and preventing the player from enduring any extra heat. No more sweaty, smelly headgear. Bad odors wash right out!
The GAMEBREAKER-PRO powered by D3O is the ultimate soft shell helmet for comfort and protection. The GameBreaker-PRO uses the same industry-leading protection materials as the GameBreaker helmet, combined with world-exclusive D3O Impact Protection technology to offer the greatest protection upon impact. Improving upon the original GAMEBREAKER line of headgear, the Gamebreaker-PRO provides significantly more impact protection thanks to the power of D3O reactive smart molecules, and an improved self-adjustable rear pad that gives more protection to the back of the head, further reducing the risk of concussion!
GameBreaker-PRO Headgear is the only Soft Shell Helmet to receive a 5-Star safety rating from the Virginia Tech Helmet Labs and provides protection to 95% of the player’s head while reducing injury risk by over 75%. (Based on testing done by Virginia Tech Helmet Labs to determine the reduction in linear and rotational force transferred to the player’s head.)
The Gamebreaker soft shell protective headgear comes with an adjustable chin strap that keeps the helmet comfortably secured on without risk of flying off during activity.
*View the sizing chart below or on this page for instructions on how to measure!
How To Measure
Use a cloth or paper tape measure to measure around your head. For best results, use a plastic/cloth tape measure. Alternately, you may use a piece of string or cord and then measure the length of the cord.
Measure across your brow (approx 1″ above eyebrows), slightly above your ears while keeping the tape parallel to the floor. This measurement is a “two-person” event and is nearly impossible to accurately do by yourself.