Bonnet - Headgear

Headgear

  • Bonnet (headgear), a variety of headgear with the absence of a brim.
  • Feather bonnet, worn by Scottish regiments
  • Glengarry, type of cap also called a Glengarry bonnet
  • Tam o' shanter (hat), distinctive Scottish bonnet
  • War bonnet, feathered headgear worn as military decoration by Plains Indians
  • Tudor bonnet, worn during Tudor times, but has now become an academic doctoral cap at universities in the U.K.

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Scrum Cap - Construction
... The headgear is strictly defined by Regulation 12 of the IRB as being made of soft, thin materials ... details regarding the testing standards for this headgear ... All headgear to be worn in rugby union must carry an IRB approval logo ...
Association Football Headgear - Headgear Studies
... published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine found that headgear does not help reduce the impact on the head from ball contact ... Because of this, the aim of wearing headgear turned to mitigating damage from accidental head on head collisions between players on the pitch ... there is an overall 33% reduction of impact force on the head from head to head impacts when headgear is used ...
Headgear - Beginnings
... The wide floppy brim was tied up with a ribbon, to keep it out of one’s eyes ... Some times when the ribbon was off they would see that the brim stayed curled by itself ...