Trinity’s Quin Patterson stays continuously educated, deftly manages people and budget resources and willingly embraces new equipment and tech.
Trent And Cassandra Dilfer spent $75,000 to purchase every player on Dilfer’s high school football team a helmet from VICIS. It’s yet another example of a coach putting safety first and focusing on the well-being of his athletes.
As the need to better protect student-athletes intensifies across all sports, the role of custom-fit helmets, shoulder pads and footwear continues its expansion.
Whether it’s helmets custom-fit to each player, shoulder pads, shoes or any other equipment, custom equipment leads to better performance and safety.
Part of preparing for the season is preparing for the end of the season. Your equipment manager can help you finish strong and prepare for the coming year.
VICIS has transformed headgear for non-helmeted practices, flag, and 7v7 play. The VICIS ULTIM Cap is the first soft headgear to use RFLX technology.
Good coaches know that safety comes first in football. When coaches like David Schuster focus on building programs the right way, winning isn’t far behind.
The Big South Conference announced that football helmet manufacturer VICIS has been added to the league’s lineup of top corporate partners.
Part of protecting your family as an equipment manager is finding the best equipment and the latest technology.
Equipment managers must build relationships with athletes, pay special attention to their history, and leverage innovative equipment to increase safety.
The No. 1 rule for football coaches at every level of the game doesn’t show up in your typical rulebook. The rule is, keep your players safe.
For the 2018 season, Kevin Kelley and the Pulaski Academy decided to take a hard look at new helmets for the entire football program. Here’s what happened.
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