The Advancements in the Football Helmet Market have Reimagined the Protection, says Market.us
The appearance of football helmets over the decades has not changed. However, the technology inside them is being constantly improved to make the game safer for athletes. The NFL began to pay attention to helmet design after it became apparent that CTE and head injuries in football were linked.
According to the latest report by Market.us,” The Global Football Helmet Market size is expected to be worth around USD 203.11 billion by 2032 from USD 165 million in 2022, growing at a CAGR of 2.1% during the forecast period from 2022 to 2032.”
The report highlights the key trends shaping the Global Football Helmet Market in the upcoming years. This report provides qualitative and quantitative analysis in terms of market dynamics, competitive scenarios, opportunity analysis, recent developments, market growth, etc., for the forecast year up to 2032.
Gaurav Yadav, a senior research analyst at Market.us, said,” A rise in the demand for helmets for football has been due to the inclined interest people have in sports. Another driver of the boom in the helmet industry is the strict rules and regulations that govern football.”
The growth drivers of the football helmet industry include the growing interest in and participation by youth and adults in football-related activities, and the increasing understanding of safety and health issues, particularly in sports.
Football helmets are protective gear made from hard plastic. They are usually padded from the interior. A chin strap and a face mask are also included in the helmet. Football helmets are used to protect and prevent various head injuries.
There are many advancements expected in football helmets. The helmets will have accelerometers and sensors that can help assess the helmet’s performance. For Instance, the USFL has invested in helmet cameras to innovate game days. They use the Hawkeye system. This technology allows the league to measure and track the game’s performance.
Certain helmets are equipped with Liquid Crystals embedded in soft rubber. This technology increases the helmet’s absorbing power. These helmets are lighter and more breathable, thanks to their evolution.
The NFL has been working hard to decrease head impacts and reduce the number of concussions in recent seasons. It has changed rules and encouraged helmets with better performance. Training schedules have been adjusted, and teaching methods modified.
Guardian caps have been worn at high school and college levels for some time. They were worn by the Los Angeles Rams during practices last year, and this year the league will make them more widespread during training camps.
This is to not only reduce the number of concussions that players sustain during training camps but also decrease the severity of subconcussive effects that could lead to other issues.
All offensive and defensive linemen, linebackers, and tight ends through the second preseason game must wear them. This padding reduces the impact and the force of the movements that eventually reach the head. The league states that the spongy add-ons reduce the severity and impact of an impact by at minimum 10 percent for players in helmets and at least 20% for those in caps.
Jeff Miller, NFL’s executive vice president of communications, public relations, and policy, stated that customization is the future for helmets. The recent season saw promising developments, including introducing a position-specific helmet and increasing 3D scanning to print helmets for NFL players. Each position has its own safety characteristics.
The NFL is committed to innovation and will continue to support it through annual helmet testing, funding competitions, and sharing data with entrepreneurs and manufacturers. Players will continue to have more options and better technology.
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