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Old 06-04-2010, 07:59 PM   #1
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Default Simple High School Football Equipment question....

do you need to wear padded shirts in order to play? Or is it just girdles? I know you need to have girdles, but what about the padded shirts to wear underneath the pads? I don't want to show up without a padded shirt and then be un-eligible to practice/play.

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Default Re: Simple High School Football Equipment question....

I doubt it, I don't think padded shirts were around when I was in school (the 90s)

I would think that any pads, even the girdles, will be something that is given to you or explained to you when you show up.

in other words, unless they told you otherwise, I would show up the first day with nothing at all...

the coaches will tell you what you will need to purchase in order to play/practice...
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Old 06-04-2010, 08:22 PM   #3
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I doubt it, I don't think padded shirts were around when I was in school (the 90s)

I would think that any pads, even the girdles, will be something that is given to you or explained to you when you show up.

in other words, unless they told you otherwise, I would show up the first day with nothing at all...

the coaches will tell you what you will need to purchase in order to play/practice...
I'm not positive, he gave us a sheet filled with stuff we could buy....cleats, girdles, gloves, padded shirts, etc. I'm not sure if he said it was a requirement to buy all of them, but I am kind of curious. It would be expensive as hell if I bought all of it and I'm already thinking of ways to compromise my mom to buy it. Probably ask to do chores around the house or something.
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I'm not positive, he gave us a sheet filled with stuff we could buy....cleats, girdles, gloves, padded shirts, etc. I'm not sure if he said it was a requirement to buy all of them, but I am kind of curious. It would be expensive as hell if I bought all of it and I'm already thinking of ways to compromise my mom to buy it. Probably ask to do chores around the house or something.
yeah cleats and gloves are a given I guess...but even those may require a color scheme (probably not though)

I don't know what to tell you dude...wish I could help more

if you have any friends playing then call them and see what they are doing...
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Default Re: Simple High School Football Equipment question....

I think the only real requirement for you to get is cleats. You can get gloves, flak jacket/rib protector, arm pads, visor, etc... if you want them.
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Old 06-04-2010, 08:44 PM   #6
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yeah cleats and gloves are a given I guess...but even those may require a color scheme (probably not though)

I don't know what to tell you dude...wish I could help more

if you have any friends playing then call them and see what they are doing...
Yeah, a couple of kids in my science class I usually talk to about football. That's about it though, I'm too smart to be in the same class as other football players.

And No, cleats and gloves are not given, we have to buy them....Last year an NFL player (not going to name) gave us free cleats because he was sponsored by a company, right now they don't know much about his contract.

I think Shoulder pads and helmets are the only given, at least for now.
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Default Re: Simple High School Football Equipment question....

My school gives out everything besides the stuff that isn't really needed(sort of). Only things the player has to buy is Cleats, gloves(if he wants), a cup(if he wants), and any other fancy shit like arm bads or w/e.

We got everything for free(helmet, shoulder pads, pads, pants, girdle, belt, the mouth thing which I forgot it's name, etc)
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Default Re: Simple High School Football Equipment question....

Pretty sure everything but cleats and glove were given at my school (didnt play football). You could buy cleats through the school tho for cheap.
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Default Re: Simple High School Football Equipment question....

a girdle? wtf are we talking about?

Does he mean a jock strap?
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He's talking about a football girdle. It's the thing you put the hip pads and butt pad in.
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Old 06-05-2010, 12:03 AM   #11
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Pretty sure everything but cleats and glove were given at my school (didnt play football). You could buy cleats through the school tho for cheap.
Yeah the equipment sold at our school was cheaper than our other local Sport stores. Still, it's expensive as shit anyways. Anyways, back on topic, is a padded T-Shirt required in order to play football?

For those of you who played High School, College, or whatever type football, did you wear one and were you required to wear one, it doesn't matter whether they school gave it to you or not, did you have to wear one?
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I ment cleats and gloves are "A" given, as in it is a given that you will need to buy those things yourself...

I was saying that you might even want to wait on those though, if they would prefer you to buy a certain color scheme, but I doubt most high schools care about that.
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Cups aren't important until you get whacked in the nuts. Definitely get one.
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I ment cleats and gloves are "A" given, as in it is a given that you will need to buy those things yourself...

I was saying that you might even want to wait on those though, if they would prefer you to buy a certain color scheme, but I doubt most high schools care about that.
Actually yeah, they told me that they want us to just have the school colors and that's the only requirement..

Anyways, look at the post above yours...

For those of you who played High School, College, or whatever type football, did you wear one and were you required to wear one, it doesn't matter whether they school gave it to you or not, did you have to wear one?
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Actually yeah, they told me that they want us to just have the school colors and that's the only requirement..

Anyways, look at the post above yours...

For those of you who played High School, College, or whatever type football, did you wear one and were you required to wear one, it doesn't matter whether they school gave it to you or not, did you have to wear one?
I played all the way through Jr. High...which was 9th grade here, and I never saw padded shirts on anyone...if they even existed then I didn't even know about it...

I am sure every school is different and has different rules and regulations, but my guess would be NO, you aren't going to need padded shirts...
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