Mouthguard With Strap
Why do you wear a mouthguard?
Mouthguards are designed to protect the mouth, teeth and head from injury during contact sports. Being highly recommended by dentists, mouth guards can be made with or without a tether or strap.
What is the best strapped mouthguard?
When wearing a helmet, we recommend athletes wear a mouth guard with integrated strap which they can attach to the helmet's protective cage, preventing it from popping out during the game. For athletes playing 7v7 or training without helmets, we recommend a strapless mouthguard or mouthguard with removable tether.
1. Nxtrnd ONE™ Lip Protector Mouthguard (With Tether)
- Industry Leading Protection: Extra-thick bite pads protect the mouths interior and a solid lip shield protects the mouths exterior.
- Enhanced Airflow: Signature oxygen hole is the largest on the market with a total width of 27 millimeters. Think more clearly and perform better.
- Unbeatable Comfort: Weighing in at nearly half the weight of its competitors, the guard is the lightest and most comfortable in its class.
Nxtrnd is known as one of the most prominent brands in the impact sports industry. The ONE™ model continues to push the limits in terms of fit and protection in the football mouth pieces category. Its lip shield covers both the upper and lower lips protecting from potential cuts and bruises, and the reinforced bite pads absorb and disperse impact energy protecting the jaw from severe collisions.
Made from our signature reinforced thermoplastic material, this mouthguard absorbs 90% more energy than your standard store bought guards, and also features an over-sized breathing channel delivering 2X more airflow.
The ONE™ is one of our top choices for the best mouth guard for football because of the increased protection it provides to any player on the field. It also features a removable strap that you can secure to your face guard enabling the athlete to remove it from his mouth in between games when hydration is needed or whenever he feels the need.
Because of the overall size of the mouth guard, talking may be an issue. However, that’s a small price to pay for the security it provides.
How do you strap a mouthguard to a helmet?
Being required for all youth and high school football players, mouthguards play a hugely important role in preventing the mouth and head from impact injuries. One of the most frequently asked questions we receive from football players and their coaches is how to attach their mouth guards to their helmets. Read our 5 easy steps below to safely attach your mouthguard strap today!
Start by placing the mouth guard in the player's mouth.
Place and fasten the football helmet on the players head as he would wear it during a game.
Take the strap and pull it to its maximum length. Locate the closest face mask bar at the bottom of the face mask and wrap the end of the strap around that bar. Make sure the distance between the face mask bar and the mouthguard allows enough slack on the strap, so the guard isn't pulling at the player's teeth when fastened.
Fasten the strap around the bottom face mask bar by inserting the end of the strap into the hole closest to the bar.
Pull the end of the strap tight, securing it to the bar and check with the player to ensure that the mouthguard fits comfortably and securely in the mouth.
WHERE CAN I BUY MOUTHGUARDS FOR SPORTS?
If you or your athlete needs a new mouthguard for football or any other sport, look no further than Nxtrnd Mouthguards. Our top-rated mouth guards are affordable, easy to care for, comfortable to wear and extremely protective. About a third of all dental injuries occur while playing sports which is why we recommend wearing a mouthguard in sports. Taking action towards making your sporting career safe is a must. To learn more about our top rated athletic mouthguards, please click here.