The Best Facemask for SpeedFlex

Who is Zuti?

Zuti is an American-owned company, founded in Detroit, Michigan. They specialize in facemasks compatible to the Riddell SpeedFlex helmet and offer unique designs unlike any other facemask on the market. If you want to stand out on the field and have something not-so-ordinary, Zuti is for you!

What’s so special about Zuti?

Zuti masks are the only investment cast facemasks in the industry. That means no welds, no potential break points. These masks are all one continuous piece of stainless steel. Using standard facemask quick-release facemask clips, they are snug on the helmet and accept compatible visors for the Riddell SpeedFlex. They’re dependable facemasks proven to provide maximum protection for players.

What styles do Zuti masks come in?

Zuti facemasks are unlike any other, with designs never seen by other retailers. There are a few Big Grill options available, such as the BrickhouZe and the Killer Bee EG.

Their standard designs are the Shield and Crusader facemasks. These are available with or without eyeguards, and with or without the 808 design. Check out the Crusader EG and the Shield 808.

Is there anything new?

This year, Zuti released the Ballhawk EG 808 mask for SpeedFlex. This mask looks fierce like a falcon’s beak. We displayed this new mask on the Atlanta Falcons Riddell SpeedFlex Helmet. It’s like it was meant to be.

Zuti also came out with a mask for Schutt. This is the Schutt F7 VTD Crusader EG Facemask. Zuti has never made a facemask for anything other than the Riddell SpeedFlex, so the reveal of a facemask for another helmet model is a big deal. This facemask is just as good as any of their SpeedFlex masks. It fits the Schutt F7 VTD Helmet like a dream.

If you want a high-quality, durable facemask that you can wear again and again, check out the Zuti collection here for the perfect SpeedFlex facemask.

Amanda Phillips

Amanda Phillips

Amanda Phillips is the Marketing Manager for Green Gridiron. She leads the marketing team with her experience and education in communications and media. She enjoys anything creative she can get her hands on.

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