A defensive covering for the head. See Casque, Headpiece, Morion, Sallet, and Illust. of Beaver.
A helmet-shaped hat, made of cork, felt, metal, or other suitable material, worn as part of the uniform of soldiers, firemen, etc., also worn in hot countries as a protection from the heat of the sun.
A naked shield or protuberance on the top or fore part of the head of a bird.
Solid plastic device that can sometimes protect the head from falling stones or impact (Aka a brainbucket).
noun A safety device for the head which is often used when skating at skate parks, and should be used when skating ramps, or whenever the limits of one's ability are being pushed.
Important and required item necessary for head protection.
A helmet with the chinstrap properly fastened must be worn by players so that the lower edge of the helmet is not more than one finger-width above the eyebrows; there should only be enough room between the strap and the chin to insert one finger.
a hard, protective cover for the head back
A protective device worn on the head to prevent injuries in the event of a crash. Motorcyclists and bicyclists are required by legislation to wear a helmet which meets Australian standards.
The basic defense for the head. See the following: Spangen--------------8th - 10th centuries Casque---------------9th - 12th centuries Chapel de Fer--------12th century Barrel / Great Helm---12th - 13th centuries Sugarloaf-------------13th - 14th centuries Bascinet--------------14th - 15th centuries Great Bascinet--------14th - 15th centuries Barbute---------------15th century Sallet-----------------15th century Armet----------------15th - 16th century Close Helmet---------16th - 17th centuries
The strong and light mixture of chemicals that produces a very hard plastic used to protect the heads of firefighters.
armor plate that protects the head
a protective headgear made of hard material to resist blows
a form of protective clothing Protective clothing is clothing designed to protect either the wearer's body or other items of clothing from hazards such as heat, chemicals and infection
a form of protective clothing worn on the head and usually made of metal or some other hard substance
a form of protective clothing worn on the head and usually made of metal or someother hard substance, typically for protection from falling objects or high-speed collisions
a great way to protect the most vulnerable area of your body, your head
a hard covering used to protect the head from a
a hat made of steel to protect the head in war
a item of personal protection equipment, it should be treated as such, and required by law in the right environment
a must because this important piece of equipment protects you, not only if you fall, but also from overhanging branches, etc
an absolutely critical component of the protective gear set that a motorcyclist should wear
an item of clothing designed to protect the head
a piece of armor that protects the entire head and covers it so there is no opening except for a visor through which to see
a tough item of headwear that primarily protects the skull against impacts
A solid device worn on the head to protect the climber from hitting their head during a fall or from falling items from above
Protective equipment worn to protect a player's head. Used to be made of leather in the early days of the NFL and did not have face masks for added protection. Now made to the highest safety standards possible to prevent serious injury and even death.
Worn to protect your head from rocks, paddles and other bad things. It's essential that you helmet fits well and covers your forehead.
Hard plastic or Kevlar shell that covers and protects the paddler's head. Optional in sea kayaking, mandatory in river and whitewater kayaking.
A lightweight fiberglass cap worn by riders to prevent head injuries. It is required equipment that is not considered part of a jockey's riding weight.
Hard plastic helmets prevent potential head injuries resulting from crashes with competitors, ice or side walls
a covering or enclosing headpiece of ancient or medieval armor; any of various protective head coverings usually made of a hard material to resist impact hem he edge of a piece of cloth, such as the bottom edge of a skirt or dress, which is folded over and sewn so that it does not develop loose threads.
A protective head covering.
Plastic head protection worn by skiers, cyclists, roller bladers and whitewater canoeists.
a rigid respiratory inlet covering that also provides head protection against impact and penetration.
What you wear on your head in order to protect it from crashes, impacts, etc. Even though open face helmets are not illegal, a full face helmet is highly recommended. Acceptable helmets for karting need to be Snell rated, i.e. examined and approved by the Snell Foundation. Currently, helmets which are SA-95 (auto sports), M-95 (motorcycle) or KA (karting) rated will be acceptable. But safety standards will change and you should always check the latest regulation of your standards body. Karting helmets do not need the fire resistant inner lining that is used for many other racing helmets, which significantly increases the price of those helmets.
A partial helmet is used by the catcher to protect the skull against any foul balls.
A full-faced helmet is used for protection.
Useful device for preventing head injury and for protecting sandwiches during the walk-in. [Hil McMillan
A protective covering for the head or for both the face and neck during certain procedures.
In the sport of cricket batsmen often wear a helmet to protect themselves from injury by the cricket ball, which is very hard and is bowled to them at speeds around ninety miles an hour. Graham Yallop of Australia was the first to wear a protective helmet to a test match on 17 March, 1978 when playing against West Indies at Bridgetown. Later Dennis Amiss of England popularized it in Test cricket.