When buying cleats for football, subtle features can be the difference between a win and a loss. To get the most from your performance be sure to find the cleat that perfectly fits your style of play.
At Academy, we carry footballs ranging from Pee wee League to the Professional League.
Gloves provide quite a few benefits including grip, warmth, protection, and even moisture control.
The color of football gloves is regulated by the league in which the athlete is participating. The NCAA (National Collegiate Athletic Association) states gloves may only be grey. Check league rules and regulations for acceptable glove color.
What to look for when shopping for football girdles.
Please review this sizing chart to see what size girdle you might need. This is based on average sizes and could be different depending on brands of girdles.
What to look for when shopping for football pants.
What to look for when shopping for football tops.
What to look for when shopping for football chinstraps and mouth guards.
Properly fitting of a chinstrap is important. If the chinstrap is too loose, the helmet can move around on the players head, which can cause serious injury.
Mouth guards are plastic dental appliances which when worn can provide a degree of protection for both the mouth's soft tissues (lips, cheeks, gums, and tongue) and hard tissues (teeth and jaw bones).
Sports mouth guards can help prevent:
Wearing a mouth guard may help to protect an athlete from concussions.
Athletes with braces should wear mouth guards specifically designed for braces to help prevent cuts to their lips.
Football helmet technology and features have advanced over the past decade.
What to look for when shopping for football pads.
Finding the correct shoulder pad is important for the safety of the athlete.
Note: Remove for washing. Pads should not be placed in the dryer; air dry only.