1. SEE XENITH'S INNOVATION CLICK TO EXPLODE THE HELMET
2. 360° HELMET CONTROL – GRAB IT. FLIP IT. SPIN IT.
Measurements should be taken 1 inch above the eyebrow around the circumference of the head. The Size Chart is a recommended as a guideline only. Individual Head Sizes May Vary
We were given helmets through our league but they were used and not quit up to my expectations, so we decided to get our own. My son loves his and says it’s very comfortable compared to the other (the chin strap especially)
My son has played competitive tackle football since the age of 5. The organizations we played for provided helmets, but we found Xenith fairly early on, and bought him one every few years as he grew. We feel that the Xenith is a safer helmet, by design. The design, also, gives youth players a little more "growing room" in each size, so you don't have to replace the helmet as often. My son is now age 13 and in middle school. In his first year playing for the school team, the coach told us that we could not provide our own equipment, and my son wore the school's helmet. For the first time, he took a hit that "rang his bell", and he had to set-out for a few plays, but had no other incidents that season. During the off-season, COMPLETELY UNRELATED TO FOOTBALL, my son collided with another boy while playing, and suffered a serious concussion and skull fracture. He had to have the fracture repaired with titanium mesh, and missed a month of school. Once healed, his doctors agreed that there was no issue with him continuing to play football, as he was now "titanium reinforced", though future concussions would limit his football career. There was NO WAY I was going to let him play again, unless the school agreed to allow us to put him in a Xenith helmet. As our son is the quarterback, middle linebacker, and field-goal kicker, the coaches agreed. When my son advances to play for the high school next year (and helmets go from white to black), Xenith will even paint his helmet for next to nothing, as part of their reconditioning. I was leery of him playing in a different helmet, but now I just put my foot down and say, "He ain't playing in anything but a Xenith!"
Great, my son wore it all season and loved it. fit great.