Ballcap Liner

Baseball, known as America’s pastime, is a sport that combines athleticism, strategy, and a love for the game. Among the many positions on the field, the role of a pitcher stands out as one of the most crucial. However, the pitcher’s position also exposes players to potential hazards, particularly from line drives hit straight back at them. In the pursuit of player safety, the introduction of the Ballcap Liner for Baseball aims to mitigate the risks associated with such incidents and enhance the overall safety measures for pitchers.

Ballcap Liner

Baseball, known as America’s pastime, is a sport that combines athleticism, strategy, and a love for the game. Among the many positions on the field, the role of a pitcher stands out as one of the most crucial. However, the pitcher’s position also exposes players to potential hazards, particularly from line drives hit straight back at them. In the pursuit of player safety, the introduction of the Ballcap Liner for Baseball aims to mitigate the risks associated with such incidents and enhance the overall safety measures for pitchers.

Protection

Pitchers face an inherent risk when they release the ball toward home plate. The powerful swings of batters can result in line drives traveling at incredibly high speeds, leaving pitchers with limited time to react. Without adequate protection, these line drives can cause severe injuries.

Protection

Pitchers face an inherent risk when they release the ball toward home plate. The powerful swings of batters can result in line drives traveling at incredibly high speeds, leaving pitchers with limited time to react. Without adequate protection, these line drives can cause severe injuries.

Layers of Safety

The Ballcap Liner for Baseball is an innovative safety product designed specifically to protect pitchers from line drive impacts. This cutting-edge liner seamlessly integrates into the inner surface of a traditional baseball cap, combining comfort, style, and crucial protection.

 

Layers of Safety

The Ballcap Liner for Baseball is an innovative safety product designed specifically to protect pitchers from line drive impacts. This cutting-edge liner seamlessly integrates into the inner surface of a traditional baseball cap, combining comfort, style, and crucial protection.

 

Reduce the Risk

The stock features custom TPU grips the utilize ergonomic measurements and conform to the standards needed to maintain a safe interaction with the product. The grips and decorative features strategically hide cutouts and technical features that reduce weight and increase strength.

Reduce the Risk

The stock features custom TPU grips the utilize ergonomic measurements and conform to the standards needed to maintain a safe interaction with the product. The grips and decorative features strategically hide cutouts and technical features that reduce weight and increase strength.

CBC’s Dragon’s Den

Aurora inventor braves Dragons’ Den for the second time

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By Teresa Latchford

An Aurora inventor has a second date with the dragons. Adam Pauze, in partnership with former Major League Baseball player Cliff Floyd and King City-based Spark Innovations, will pitch their new Ball Cap Liner on an episode of the Dragons’ Den, a popular TV show where inventors pitch their products with the hope of landing a deal with one of the show’s hosts, later this month. This isn’t his first time the duo has braved the Dragons’ Den. They previously impressed during a pitch of Pauze’s Drywall Axe that landed him a $150,000 deal with Dragon Arlene Dickinson. He hopes this attempt will be just as successful. “My son-in-law (Floyd) has seen a lot of people hit with line drives during his careerand he wanted to create something that would offer players, especially pitchers, more safety,” Pauze said. The Ball Cap Liner features D30 material featured in a number of motorcycle, sport, footwear, electronics, military and workwear products. The molecules in the patented material, on impact, absorb the shock and cushion a blow to the forehead or temples. While there is a product available for major league players, only one seems to wear the two-inch thick protector on the outside of his ball cap. However, the Ball Cap Liner is different because the one-eighth thick apparatus fits invisibly under the player’s cap. “It’s not only great for professionals but for youth playing the game, as well,” Pauze added. In the United States, the Babe Ruth and Cal Ripken baseball leagues are already using and selling the product to players. Pauze and Floyd are also currently in conversation with the Illinois government to mandate all high school players wear the safety equipment. The Canadian launch of the product will coincide with the airing of the Dragon’s Den episode Jan. 20 at 8 p.m. All are welcome to the local launch and viewing party at Aurora’s Boston Pizza Jan. 20 from 7 to 9 p.m.

Aurora inventor braves Dragons’ Den for the second time

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By Teresa Latchford

An Aurora inventor has a second date with the dragons. Adam Pauze, in partnership with former Major League Baseball player Cliff Floyd and King City-based Spark Innovations, will pitch their new Ball Cap Liner on an episode of the Dragons’ Den, a popular TV show where inventors pitch their products with the hope of landing a deal with one of the show’s hosts, later this month. This isn’t his first time the duo has braved the Dragons’ Den. They previously impressed during a pitch of Pauze’s Drywall Axe that landed him a $150,000 deal with Dragon Arlene Dickinson. He hopes this attempt will be just as successful. “My son-in-law (Floyd) has seen a lot of people hit with line drives during his careerand he wanted to create something that would offer players, especially pitchers, more safety,” Pauze said. The Ball Cap Liner features D30 material featured in a number of motorcycle, sport, footwear, electronics, military and workwear products. The molecules in the patented material, on impact, absorb the shock and cushion a blow to the forehead or temples. While there is a product available for major league players, only one seems to wear the two-inch thick protector on the outside of his ball cap. However, the Ball Cap Liner is different because the one-eighth thick apparatus fits invisibly under the player’s cap. “It’s not only great for professionals but for youth playing the game, as well,” Pauze added. In the United States, the Babe Ruth and Cal Ripken baseball leagues are already using and selling the product to players. Pauze and Floyd are also currently in conversation with the Illinois government to mandate all high school players wear the safety equipment. The Canadian launch of the product will coincide with the airing of the Dragon’s Den episode Jan. 20 at 8 p.m. All are welcome to the local launch and viewing party at Aurora’s Boston Pizza Jan. 20 from 7 to 9 p.m.

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Inner wicking material

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High density Newtonian foam

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Nylon high impact plastic shell

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Temple protection