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Unequal Designs Custom Protective Gear for Drew Brees

Glen Mills, PA (Dec. 18, 2020) - Unequal®, the leading provider of customized and concealed sports protection gear, designed and delivered a custom protective shirt for NFL QB Drew Brees. For maximum protection, Unequal designed a custom two-shirt system comprised of a base layer (“Invincible Shirt”) and outer layer (“Pulse Shirt”). These shirts are made… Continue reading Unequal Designs Custom Protective Gear for Drew Brees

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Champions Agree! Halo 3 doesn’t alter ball direction!

Utah's Olympus High's girls soccer wins State Championship with two key players wearing Unequal Halo https://videopress.com/v/DJkfVMCC?preloadContent=metadata Emma Neff scores overtime header winner with Unequal head protection Utah HS Girls Soccer 5A Championship, Oct. 23, 2020Olympus 1, Bonneville 0 Necie Gubler is a weapon on set pieces for Olympus High's girls soccer team. Emma Neff's head… Continue reading Champions Agree! Halo 3 doesn’t alter ball direction!

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The best things come in small packages

The Unequal HALO 3 once again scored the top ranking 😁 as “BEST OF THE BEST” on BestReviews.com's updated soccer headgear list! Read their independent comments about the product as well as important details surrounding soccer headbands. LEARN MORE ABOUT UNEQUAL HALO 3 BestReviews says… “Our top pick, Unequal Halo 3 Protective Headgear, helps you… Continue reading The best things come in small packages

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Focus on soccer safety grows amid new rule in UK

A study done in Scotland showing professional soccer players are at a higher risk of dying from dementia than heart disease or cancer prompted changes in youth soccer safety. As head injury awareness increases, keeping kids injury-free is the goal. “Anytime we can keep kids safer, there has to be follow through,” Blanch said. READ… Continue reading Focus on soccer safety grows amid new rule in UK

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UK Children to no longer head footballs during training

Children aged 11 and under will no longer be taught to head footballs during training in England, Scotland and Northern Ireland. The new football association guidelines for coaches also puts limits on how much heading older children should do. It follows Glasgow University research that showed former footballers were three-and-a-half times more likely to die… Continue reading UK Children to no longer head footballs during training