Reebok Hockey Helmets are broken into three different categories (Elite, Performance and Recreational) and each category varies in price, protection-level and comfort. Since the helmet that fits you best is also the helmet that protects you best, Reebok looked to achieve this by utilizing unique fit features in coordination with key protective pieces and foams. To learn even more about the entire Reebok Line from Reebok's own Helmet Category Manager, watch the IW Exclusive Insight Video above!
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Reebok Elite Hockey Helmets

The Elite Helmet Category is for the elite-level player who's on the rink 3-4 times a week, for the player who's looking for maximum protection or for the player who plays in a full-contact league. These Reebok helmets feature a unique free-floating EPP foam liner with a carbon fiber sub shell that provides premier protection with a fully customizable fit.
    • Liner: 
      • EPP Foam
      • Comfort Foam
    • Adjustment System
      • Tool-free front-to-back
      • 360° Occipital adj.

     

    The Reebok 11K Hockey Helmet is designed with overall safety as a top priority. Five specific criteria were used as guidelines to a holistic approach in designing Reebok's best helmet ever! First, the helmet absorbs the scary high impact hits as well as it does with the more frequent, less intense hits that can be just as damaging over time.

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Reebok Performance Hockey Helmets

The Performance Helmet Category is for the player who plays 1-2 times a week, regardless if it's rec league or good ol' pick up hockey. These Reebok Helmets offer a distinct advantage over most other manufacturer's in the this category, they use a high-grade EPP foam that is generally reserved for elite-level helmets. These helmets and their EPP foam liners offer a lightweight feel with a high-level of protection.
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