Proper Batting Helmet Sizing
It is a sad truth that sports-related injuries are most often caused by children who were not wearing proper equipment or wearing the wrong size. The impact of a softball or baseball hitting a child’s head can cause serious injury. Many children say that their safety gear, such as batting helmets, is not comfortable. Most often, a parent will discover that the problem is not the batting helmet, but the child’s batting helmet.
You don’t have to be told by anyone that your child must wear a helmet every time they play. If you talk with your child about buying a batting helmet, you can make sure it fits properly so that your child is comfortable and safe.
The batting helmet should be snug but not too tight that it causes headaches. The helmet should not move when the child moves his head. A helmet shift can cause blindness and other injuries. Before you buy, ensure that your child has the right size helmet.
For your child’s safety, the foam inside the helmet is essential. In the event of an impact, it keeps your child’s head from the helmet’s outer shell. Although the chances of your child getting hit with a ball while playing are low, it is important to be prepared for the worst. Your child’s head will still be protected in any event.
The last word is that you should not skimp on the sattaking headgear you purchase. Safety is what you’re buying, so don’t settle for less. You want the best and this could be the difference between buying an unknown off-brand that uses questionable parts and low quality foam, or a trusted brand that meets safety standards. The batting helmet you choose should offer maximum protection and be properly sized for your child.
These tips will help you find the perfect helmet for your child. If you don’t have the right batting helmet for your child, you might find that you have the opposite problem. Your child won’t want to take it off.