revolution facemasks only go on revos
You have to call riddell and ask them to find the facemask for you in their inventory they have it.
No, but a revolution FaceMask can fit a revo speed.
no. you need to find what kind of helmet you have, and what model and then there are specific face masks for those particular helmets.
Only Revolution face mask fit Revolution helmets
Yes almost all NFL players use a schutt face mask on a regular riddell helmet
they wear Riddell Revolution and get the face mask with alot of bars or the face mask with a bar going through the middle of the face mask like the raiders offensive lineman Robert Gallery
No I cant
I bought both helmets (one for each son) and this is what I found:The comfort that the Revolution Speed helmet has is so much better than the Schutt Iod4d that my other son made me buy him one too. Not to mention it looks much cooler, and is less expensive.It also has a quick release system that is used to remove the faceguard without risking injury of the player and cuts the time in half of getting to their airways. Schutt claims to have this same technology, but once you try it you will notice you have to pull and tug on the facegaurd to get it off. I recommend the Speed helmet. I have been watching TV and games to see how many players wear the Speed compared to how many wear the ION. You will see at least 10 players wearing the Speed until you see 1 wearing the IODThe difference between the two is great. The Schutt Ion 4D is a different kind of helmet. The Riddell uses more traditional "foam" padding. If you've ever worn a Riddell VSR-4 and the DNA for example, you would have noticed that the DNA practically eliminates the "jarring" from helmet to helmet or the ground, this is primarily due what is called "large standoff" which means the helmet sits further from your head, this improves ventilation and leaves room for more effective padding like the "TPU" cushioning used in newer Schutt helmets.. The field of view is about the same depending on the face-mask you choose so dont believe the "hype" about the Speed's advantage in that sense. The Riddell is designed for style and easy accessibility, and in that respect it excels. But the Schutt (IMO) does more to prevent you from being in a neck, head and spinal injury situation in the first place. Try them on, every helmet is better than none, and for god's sake, keep your head up, THAT alone prevents more injuries than a helmet.(e.g. spearing, bull rushing) Also, most studies show the Schutt helmets (TPU Series) outperforming Riddell, Riddell will only compare their helmets to older, traditionally padded helmets.
The first person to design a bar face mask on a helmet was a sporting goods shop owner named Vernon McMillen in the mid 1930s. It was a rubber covered wire mask that was used with the leather helmets of the day. The sporting goods company Riddell designed the first plastic face mask in 1940 to be used with a plastic helmet that they also designed.
ROAD RASH does not feel good to your face, well that is what i think. yous a full face helmet for the max speed plus some that you would be going at. (try it at 5 mil an hour and if you nose is still there then go faster .... no really don't do that you need your face) yous a full face helmet.
Generally, the answer is yes, as many college and NFL teams buy Schutt facemasks for their Riddell Revolutions or VSR-4 helmets. Schutt makes over 80% of the world's facemasks. There are specific model Schutt facemasks that fit Revolutions, otherwise the traditional Schutt facemasks will fit the VSR-4 helmet and other Riddell helmets. They can fit, but if you're like me and have a fat head, Schutt facemasks make Riddell helmets far too tight around the jaws. I am in the middle of customizing all of my Riddell VSR-4 helmets with Schutt facemasks ( like the pros) and have found that if you use Riddell thick bar clips with the Schutt facemasks, it makes a far better fit. I'm unaware if college and pro players do this, though.