What helmets does Michigan use?

Michigan Wolverines. – Schutt Replica helmets are full-size helmets with the same detail as authentic helmet and on-field helmets. – These helmets do not include all interior padding. – Features a metal faceguard, chinstrap, and jaw pads.

Where is the serial number on a Riddell helmet?

Riddell—usually a sticker near/under the liner above either ear hole lists a 4-digit code or month & year (0104 means the helmet was manufactured in January, 2004).

Are Michigan’s helmets different?

The Michigan football team will still don its traditional maize-and-blue winged design, but the stickers affixed to each player’s helmet will have a different look. Harbaugh says every player on the team starts with a helmet sticker displaying their hometown area code.

Does Riddell still make football helmets?

NFL, Riddell ending helmet deal The 2013 season will be the last to feature Riddell as the official helmet of the NFL, a league spokesman and the company confirmed Thursday night. We are confident that we will continue to be the helmet of choice of our nation’s elite football players.”

What is the design on Michigan Wolverines helmet?

The Michigan Football helmet is arguably the most iconic and recognizable piece of equipment not just in college football, but in all of sports. The design consisting of a dark navy base and a bright maize wing began back in 1938 when a man by the name of Fritz Crisler arrived to Ann Arbor from Princeton University.

How long does it take for a Riddell helmet to come in?

Custom helmets orders average 2-3 weeks from the date the order was placed for delivery. All in-stock merchandise (stock shoulder pads, loose helmet parts, and collectible helmets) average 1-2 weeks from the date the order was placed for delivery.

What is InSite sensor system?

InSite is a helmet-based impact monitoring technology designed to alert when significant single and multiple impacts are sustained during a football game or practice.

What is the symbol on Michigan’s helmet?

Michigan’s football helmet is surely one of the most instantly recognizable icons in college sports. The famous “winged” design dates from 1938 when Coach Herbert O. “Fritz” Crisler arrived from Princeton to begin a new era in Michigan football.

Why are Michigan’s helmets black?

It has become an icon of Michigan’s football program, which held it exclusively for more than seventy years. Crisler once recalled his rationale for the design: “Michigan had a plain black helmet and we wanted to dress it up a little.