Brute E-12 Wrestling Headgear review by Brady Jones. Brady wrestles for Broken Arrow High School. I bought this headgear last week and gave it to Brady to review. Read the product review to get an honest opinion of the headgear.
- The Brute E-12 head gear is made of lightweight plastic
- Adjustable straps with strap holders for comfortable fit
- comes with a chin strap or a chin cup
- Molded foam for a comfortable fit
The headgear is extremely light. The holes on the side provide better air flow and allow wrestlers to hear their coach easier than some headgear. Headgear comes with strap holders. Wrestler choose whether to use a chin strap or a chin cup makes this a superb product.
I asked the wrestler what he didn’t like about the headgear and he told me he didn’t have anything bad to say. He said it protected his hear really well and it was comfortable.
Since he didn’t list any negatives, I checked out Amazon. I did not find a ton of reviews on this product, but they were all good reviews.
Here are some pictures of the product if you would like to look at those.
Opinion on Brute E-12 Headgear
This is one of the better styles of wrestling headgear I have reviewed. The price is affordable and provides great protection for the ears while giving the wrestler options for the best comfort.
I would recommend this headgear.
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