Crasche® New York announces the introduction of its latest product, the “3” TYPE protective hat. The product is ideal for workmen who do not wear workplace head protection, but should.
On April 3, 2014, Sports Palooza Radio Show had Bob and Brian Cleva, who invented Crasche, a protective sports hat that is actually a helmet to protect from brain injuries and concussions. Listen to the segment below.
Crasche® New York announces the introduction of its latest product, the Middie band. The product is ideal for figure skating, soccer, field hockey, and girls lacrosse.
Crasche™ New York has launched an effective, yet stylish product that can be inserted inside a baseball cap to help prevent head injuries.
NFL Evolution.com | Robert Cleva has been involved in helmet making for years, even patenting a design for a bike helmet after he was dissatisfied with those on the market.
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Long Island Press.com | Many years ago, Robert Cleva, who runs a commercial real estate business in Woodbury, fell off his bike, landed on the grass and hit his head.
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Azom.com has released an article detailing a new form of headgear from Crasche. Called the Crasche Middie, this particular piece of safety equipment was designed to reduce the risk that female lacrosse players face with regard to developing a concussion. Alanna Waters, lacrosse coach, believes this to be a positive development, as she understands the importance of protecting young players from the physical dangers that the game presents.
With sports-related concussions at both the high school and collegiate levels on the rise, safety advocates and elected officials have called for an increased use of protective headgear. To help reduce the incidence of concussion, Crasche New York has produced the Crasche Middie for girls lacrosse. The USLacrosse Association initially determined that the Crasche hat was allowed, but has not extended that allowance to the Crasche Middie.
Crasche® New York has announced that it has shipped an order for 55 Crasche® hats to the North Slope Borough Police Department in Barrow, Alaska. Many Crasche hats have been purchased by individual officers, but this marks the first purchase of the Crasche hat by a law enforcement agency.
Crasche® New York said today that it has been receiving increased bulk and individual orders for the Crasche hat to meet the needs of dementia patients and people with special needs who require head protection. The developing niche was unexpected for a company that set out to provide protective head gear for sports and leisure activities.
Crasche® New York has announced that it will be one of the exhibitors at this year’s Officer World Expo on May 13-14 at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center in Washington, D.C. The company will present the Crasche hat that can be used as protective headgear for law enforcement.
Crasche® New York has announced a new line of protective head gear that can help protect one’s head while, at the same time, still look fashionable.