The type of visor you get is solely based on the benefits it can provide you on the field.Here is what to look for: Most visors use optic materials to improve vision while on the field.This is because tinted visors have become a safety hazard.
After talking with a few D1 NCAA players about what they think, I created this guide to answer all your questions about visors and provides some recommendations.
An eye shield in football is typically referred to as a visor.
You don’t want to irritate the injury, so you put on a visor to protect it from further damage.
and all of the NCAA have banned tinted visors from being used.
Marcus Mariota is a stud, but he had to come from somewhere and that somewhere is Honolulu, Hawaii. Well, Mariota thinks it’s cool and that’s why he represents Honolulu, wearing his signature 808 facemask that happens to be the area code of his hometown.
It may be somewhat subtle, but Marcus Mariota’s facemask uses a bar configuration that forms the numbers 808 right on the front of the mask.We’ve highlighted it in this graphic so you can sound cool when you point out the 808 to your friends.This facemask is built for the immensely popular Riddell Revo Speed Helmet (and fits the Revo Speed, Revolution Speed Classic in both youth and adult, Revolution Edge, Revolution Attack-i, and Revolution Attack). 1313800592the half cage look isn't used as much anymore, even though i think it's pretty useful (and doesn't affect visibility if you're a lineman). I actually think wearing full face cages makes kinda them look like pussies.It's like saying a QB looks indicicating because he's wearing rib pads.Tinted visors not only protect you from objects, but it provides a shade from the sun.