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C-FLAP Guidelines
The safety of all our participants is our utmost concern, and, like the vast majority of youth organizations, Little League® requires our batters to wear helmets that meet National Operating Committee on Standards for Athletic Equipment (NOCSAE) specifications and bear the NOCSAE stamp.
In order to use a helmet attachment in Little League play, the helmet manufacturer must provide a notice indicating that affixing the protector to the helmet has not voided the helmet’s NOCSAE certification. That notice must be shown to the umpire prior to the game. Little League International has issued a letter to all youth batting helmet manufacturers for clarification on whether or not adding to their helmets voids their NOCSAE certification.

According to NOCSAE, adding “products to a helmet previously certified as meeting the appropriate NOCSAE standard will make the certification voidable by the helmet manufacturer. Such additions to the helmet create a new and untested model, as defined in the NOCSAE standards.” You can read their release at Little League is asking manufacturers to clarify whether or not their helmets with an added attachment are still NOCSAE certified, and therefore, permitted for Little League use.

Below is a full list of manufacturer responses and guidance on whether or not their helmets are still NOCSAE certified if an attachment has been added to the helmet:
All-Star: C-Flaps.pdf
Boombah: C-Flaps.pdf
Champro: C-Flaps.pdf
DeMarini: C-Flaps.pdf
Easton: C-Flaps.pdf
EvoShield: C-Flaps.pdf
Mizuno: C-Flaps.pdf
Rawlings: C-Flaps.pdf
Under Armour: Armour C-Flaps.pdf
Wilson: C-Flaps.pdf


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