The new Cascade S Youth lacrosse helmet is coming for the 2018 season and allows younger players and parents to get the same high school and collegiate level technology for 9-12 year old players as the best selling Cascade S lacrosse helmet. The Cascade S is flying off the shelves because of the upgraded vision bar, ventilation and Tri-liner protection technology that encompasses many of Cascade’s most recent innovations to date. Many of the best programs in the nation are upgrading from the R technology to the S. Now the kids with smaller heads and younger age groups can get the same technology in the Cascade S Youth model that is releasing for 2018.
The Cascade S youth lacrosse helmet will have the best vision and ventilation for players in the 9 to 12 year old range. Cascade flattened the vision bar down as well as made them farther apart that traditional youth helmets. The ventilation moves from the higher dome out through two exhaust ports on the rear of the helmet for maximum airflow.
Here are the highlights that Cascade is releasing about the new Youth S lacrosse helmet model:
SuperMono ™ S Shell: The one-piece shell and visor design creates a rigid system to manage front impacts. Moving the center of gravity to the middle of the crown keeps helmet weight balanced and aligned.
Tri-Liner: Three independent liner technologies unite to optimally address variable force impacts. The Tri-Liner system integrates perfectly with the SuperMono ™ S Shell to create the ideal protection package.
S-Series Jaw: Is a reinforced dual-material chin piece that provides improved stiffness
Hardtail SPRfit™: By combining the HardTail SPRfit™ with three customizable jaw pads, the player will feel a 360° contoured fit that can be micro-adjusted on the fly
These Cascade Youth S helmets are made in the USA and are offered with 48 hour customization. The S helmet is also NOCSAE certified and the Cascade brand is worn by the majority of high school, youth and collegiate players in the nation.
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