TrueFit 3D-PRO helmet rollout continues across UK in partnership with PCA & Vitality

HQ - Hampshire, UK: As the County Season draws closer, Masuri continue their roll-out of the new TrueFit 3D-PRO custom helmet range, in a landmark partnership with the PCA and Vitality which allows every professional player across England & Wales to be supplied with this technology for the 2024 season.

The Masuri fitting team have spent the last few months visiting each County to scan player heads, and educate them on the TrueFit technology which brings a first of it's kind 3D printing to the cricket helmet market.

The custom fit lattice structures, which will sit inside newly painted County helmets for the season ahead, are set to benefit players with a more comfortable fit, as well as added airflow ventilation through the uniqueness of the lattice design. 

While the TF3D-PRO can be seen across world tournaments being worn by Glenn Maxwell, Faf Du Plessis, Rachin Ravindra and more, the roll-out of this year's County helmets is set to be the biggest to date - more than 500 players across the UK are eligible to receive this new technology for 2024 in partnership with the PCA and Vitality.

It follows a successful Summer of cricket in Australia, which saw the TrueFit 3D-PRO rolled out to a number of State Associations across the country including Victoria & Tasmania.

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Issued by: The Masuri Group – Marketing and Brand Communications



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