Not yet convinced in the difference 3D technology and anatomically precise protective can have on your team? Hear it directly from some of the athletes and their athletic trainers who have joined the Protect3d team.
"The pad helped me play confidently, and I wouldn't have been comfortable returning to the game without it"
- Daniel Jones, New York Giants QB
"It's a very special process that is customized to their body, their injury, and their need"
- Kyle Beatty, Assistant Director of Athletic Medicine / Head Football Athletic Trainer
"If I got hit, it wouldn't matter because the pad had me covered"
- Larell Murchison, NC State '19
"Protect3d is a very good tool for any athletic trainer to have in their toolbox to be able to protect athletes as they return to play."
- Kevin Siesel, Athletic Trainer - NC State
"Light, molded perfectly to my body"
- Koby Quansah, Duke University '19
Meet Koby Quansah, the 2019 Duke Senior Captain and Linebacker who had a breakout year and is currently training to make his NFL dreams a reality. Early in his senior season, Quansah separated his AC Joint. That's when Protect3d stepped in to help.
In his first game wearing the Protect3d AC Joint Pad, Quansah had a game-high 13 tackles and was awarded the ACC Linebacker of the Week.
"I knew the pad wouldn't hold me back, and that I am protected"
- Jordan Fehr, Appalachian State '19
Meet Jordan Fehr, the linebacker from Appalachian State who led the mountaineers to their best season in school history, which included their first Top 25 finish (19th nationally) and a 13-1 record. Along the way, Jordan had to overcome a sternoclavicular joint separation. Jordan and the App State Athletic Trainers turned to Protect3d to help him get back to the field quickly and safely.