Check out Rawlings' Performance Rating™ batting helmet for speeds up to 70 miles per hour in a two-tone finish.
Rawlings' 70 MPH batting helmet (model number S70X2S
) features the exclusive COOLFLO® XVI™ helmet design and Heat Exchange™ technologies.
This helmet meets or exceeds the NOCSAE® standard up to a pitch speed of 70 MPH. The current NOCSAE® standard equates to a 68 MPH baseball pitch speed. Made for youth players who generally face pitch speeds at or below 70 MPH, the S70™ provides additional protection and performance for young players launching their careers.
Rawlings’ exclusive COOLFLO XV1™ front vents allow for 30 percent more cool air ventilation.
Heat Exchange™ vents rapidly circulate cooler ambient air. Top vents quickly move heated air from player’s head, allowing 70 percent more heat to escape.
The enhanced ABS plastic shell with two-tone glossy paint finish is available in base colors black, cardinal, Columbia blue, dark green, maroon, navy, purple, royal, scarlet, Texas orange and Vegas gold.
One size fits sizes 7 1/4 to 7 3/4. Find the junior batting helmet under model number S70X2J
at Rawlings Gear, which fits sizes 6 1/2 to 7 1/8.
This helmet is predrilled for face mask models BBWG
Know your helmet, and look for the Rawlings seal before you step to the plate. Rawlings' Performance Rating™ can be found on the rear of the helmet, as well as the interior crown padding.
Other Rawlings Performance Rating™ batting helmets
are available at Rawlings Gear.
or contact a Rawlings Gear Customer Care representative at 866-678-GEAR(4327) to order your Rawlings' S70™ two-tone batting helmet
• NOCSAE® baseball batting helmet standards involve tests of baseballs fired from a cannon at 60 mph at a distance of 2 ft, which is roughly equivalent to an impact resulting from a pitch speed of 68 mph at a distance of 60 ft.
• The Rawlings Performance Rating™ System is based on pitch speeds at a distance of 60 ft.
• NOCSAE® standards require that a batting helmet withstand all test impacts at an established peak severity index (SI). Helmets also must survive all test protocols substantially intact and ready for use.
• The NOCSAE® standard is aimed at reducing the risk of skull fractures. The standard has not been correlated with reducing the risk of concussions from such impacts.
WARNING: Severe head or neck injury, including paralysis or death may occur to you despite using this helmet. No helmet can prevent all head injuries or any neck injuries a player might receive while participating in baseball or softball.