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Hosted by Russell Wilson, new series from NFL.com examines future of football protection and NFL culture in Dec. 19 episode
GLEN MILLS, Pa., Dec. 19, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Unequal® Technologies, the leading provider of personalized, concealed sports protection, appears in the final episode of NFL 2020, a web video series on NFL.com. Hosted by the Seattle Seahawks' Russell Wilson, NFL 2020 presents an engaging look at what the NFL and football could look like by the year 2020.
"We are dedicated to advancing player safety," said Unequal CEO Rob Vito. "We stand behind our products and patented technology – literally. You saw Unequal products in the NFL 2020 trailer, including a baseball bat slammed to my chest while I wore an Unequal chest protector. When it comes to protecting athletes at all levels of play, from professionals to those just starting pee wee football, Unequal delivers virtually unmatched supplemental protection with our ability to reduce head acceleration and disperse impact forces. That's why athletes trust Unequal."
The Dec. 19 episode, "Culture of the Game," examines the evolution of football equipment, rule changes and the culture of the NFL. Unequal's protective gear for the head and body is shown. To view the episode, visit NFL.com/2020.
NFL 2020 is an exclusive eight-part video series from NFL.com. Previous episodes examined fan viewing experiences, officials' technology and advances in head-injury technology. The series was filmed in various locations around the world including Unequal's Advanced Composites Lab outside Philadelphia and Hamar, Norway, the home of 360-degree camera technology. Each episode of NFL 2020 is accompanied with an infographic and bonus video content. For more information or programming details, visit NFL.com/2020.
Unequal products for the head and body use a patented multilayer composite fortified with Kevlar®, Accelleron™ and ImpacShield™ to absorb and disperse impact force. Supplemental head padding from Unequal uses ART™ (Acceleration Reduction Technology) to reduce head acceleration upon impact. To learn more about Unequal products or Unequal Technologies, visit unequal.com.
About Unequal Technologies
Unequal Technologies' mission is to protect people in the military, sports, work and life. Unequal Technologies is the leading provider of supplemental protection technology. Its patented fusion of a military-grade composite fortified with Kevlar®, Accelleron™ and optional ImpacShield™ is engineered for personalized, concealed protection. Unequal is committed to helping reduce blunt-force trauma generated by sports and military impacts. Professionals in the NFL, NHL, MLB and X Games – as well as college and youth athletes in football, baseball, soccer, hockey, lacrosse, action sports, contact sports and other activities – wear Unequal's protective head and body gear. With more than 85 international and U.S. patents and patents pending, Unequal products have been tested by independent certified laboratories, OEM facilities and top universities. Unequal is the proud recipient of the DuPont™ Kevlar® Innovation Award and is one of Forbes' 100 Most Promising Companies.
Remember, head and body protection are the second line of defense. Being careful and responsible is the first priority. Helmet and body pads do have limitations. No helmet pad can prevent or eliminate the risk of concussions or other serious head injuries while playing sports. Scientists have also not reached agreement on how the results of impact-absorption tests relate to concussions. No conclusions about a reduction of risk or severity of concussive injury should be drawn from impact-absorption tests. Unequal products are not bulletproof, bullet-resistant, stab-resistant or stab-proof. Obey the rules and code of conduct of each sport, game or activity. Use common sense and practice safe sports. For more information, visit unequal.com.
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