I recently stumbled across your clearly defined explanation for players to only wear clear visors on their helmets. I also understand that it is the same in the NFL. Players are not allowed to wear mirrored or tinted visors. Recently about a year or two ago I remember hearing of Miami Dolphin's running back getting fined because he was wearing a "sunburst" design visor. The only exception to these rules that I was able to find, was mentioned in a recent article stating that tinted visors can only be worn with special permission from officials. Now this article referring to the NFL rules.
They are not allowed in texas. But you can wear a clear visor.
Yes, tinted visors are allowed in the C.F.L.
Tinted football visors are allowed in most, if not all high school football leagues. Some leagues or divisions require a signed doctor's note to allow the use of a tinted visor, while others don't.
No you can not wear tinted visors in youth because its only for medical reasons
some high schools will let you but you usually need a doctors note.
No. Mirrored visors are not allowed in middle school nor high school football.
Football visors are made up of the same material that tinted windows are made of. By.
NCAA football members may wear tinted visors only under special conditions. Documentation from an ophthalmologist and/or neurologist must be obtained by the member to prove the need for tinted visors.
No. No tinting is allowed in high school football or college football i beleive. Only 100% clear is allowed in high school.
What visits can u where in middle school
I live in Texas, and high school football prohibits all visors with color/tint (grey/smoke)