March 09, 2017
Colgate phased into the advanced world of football helmet technology with a recent visit from Riddell representatives sporting their new Precision-Fit engineering. First-year Raiders Abu Daramy, Nick Diaco, Alex Mathews and Nick Wheeler were scanned and fitted for the latest in helmet technology. The goal of the new headgear is to improve fit, stability and vision inside the helmet as well as overall player protection. The process uses 3D scanning techniques to build a completely custom-fitting helmet tailored to an individual player's head shape and size.
March 03, 2017
February 01, 2017
ROSEMONT, Ill. — February 1, 2017 — Riddell, the leader in football innovation, was named in a recently filed lawsuit in the state of California by former college football players. For reference, the case is Adams v. Riddell, Dist. Court, ND California,...
October 13, 2016
The Exeter school district has taken that one step further with the purchase of 145 Riddell SpeedFlex helmets, equipped with the InSite monitoring system. The district ponied up more than $55,000 last spring to equip all of its high school and junior...