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Kids Rugby Scrum Caps-with size chart


Protect your child’s head

I can’t stress enough about how important I feel that ALL children that play rugby should be wearing a scrum cap but as its not the “official law” I can only try and promote kids rugby scrum caps here in the hope that more people start making their children wear them.

We all know how competitive kids are in rugby and how wild they can get without a moment’s thought for their own safety let alone the other poor kid they are trying to get the rugby ball from.

I have four sons that all play rugby and i also coach my local kids rugby team so I know exactly what they are like

The idea of them wearing the caps is to reduce the risk of serious head Bubble wrap headinjuries and not to stop them altogether, so why as parents would you want anything to happen to them??? Make them wear them in games and training until they are big and ugly enough to decide for themselves.

This is what I would look like going out for a game of rugby

I’ve been looking at some great scrum caps that would fit your little angels and keep them a bit safer going into the tackles and rucks.

Being a kid’s rugby coach for 5 years now I have seen which caps work and which ones don’t but I’m only giving my personal recommendations and opinions on the following scrum caps.

The first one I would recommend is the

VX3 AEROCanterbury Rugby Scrum Caps

YOU CAN SEE MY REVIEW ON IT HERE


The second one I would recommend is the 

Optimum Inferno

Cheap Rugby Scrum CapsChildrens Rugby Scrum Caps

YOU CAN SEE MY REVIEW ON IT HERE


The third one I would recommend is the

Canterbury Ventilator 
Coloured Rugby Scrum CapsCool Rugby Scrum CapsALTHOUGH ITS A DIFFERENT COLOUR AND FOR MEN IN MY REVIEW IT STILL HAS THE SAME SPECIFICATIONS WHICH YOU CAN READ ALL ABOUT HERE


Size Chart for scrum caps

Finding which size you need for your child without trying them on can be a bit awkward so here is a basic size chart so you can go to when buying them online.

  • SB (Small boy’s)             51cm (20″)
  • MB (Medium boy’s)      52.5cm (20.5″)
  • LB (Large boy’s)            53cm (20.5″)
  • (Small)                         55cm (21.5″)
  • (Medium)                  57cm (22.5″)
  • (Large)                        58.5cm (23″)
  • XL (Extra large)            60cm (23.5″)

Before you go

If there’s anything else you need to know about kids rugby scrum caps just ask below in the comment section and I will get straight back to you.

Cheers

Shwni?

Have any Questions or Comments?

2 comments on “Kids Rugby Scrum Caps-with size chart

Amy

Hi new to all this but agree with your thoughts on head protection
Son is 55.5 cm head circumference
Do I go to 55 or round up
Can they be adjusted in or out?
Looking at the Canterbury one
Thanks for your advice
Mum new to rugby

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The Canterbury one is a very popular choice. I would round up to the next size if I were you as they can be adjusted to fit your sons head. It’s better to do that than to get one that’s too tight.
Let me know if you need any more help choosing a scrum cup 🙂

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