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If you’re already in the market for a football helmet, chances are you won’t be reading the warning label, but you might be trying pretty hard to hide it from Mom.
One youth league in California actually called the warning offensive and chose a brand with a less dire message, but Robert Erb, Schutt’s chief executive stands by the language they use.
“This is not to provoke fear or controversy,” he said. “It was to tell you to look both ways when you cross the street, not ‘don’t cross the street.’ ”
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