Warroad Apparel

HTH has partnered with the Warroad company to offer the following items at a 25-30% discount!

  • Starting in August, USA Hockey has mandated the use of neck laceration protection for all youth hockey players.
  • The order window will be open through Monday March 25th
  • Pick-up items at the Andover rink (pick up date TBA)
  • Please make sure to check the sizing guide BEFORE placing your order! (click on each item to view sizing guide)


Youth TILO Pro Stock Neck & Wrist Top - $150

Adult TILO Pro Stock Neck & Wrist Top - SR/JR - $150

TILO Neck Guard - SR/JR - $45

Adult TILO Pro Stock Bottom - $100

USA Hockey Article on Neck Guards:

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – The USA Hockey Congress today approved legislation requiring the use of neck laceration protection for players in all age classifications, other than adults, in games and practices, as well as for on-ice officials under the age of 18, effective August 1, 2024. For clarity, the requirement includes players in the youth, girls and junior age classifications.

USA Hockey has long recommended the use of neck laceration protection, as well as cut-resistant socks, sleeves or undergarments. The USA Hockey Board of Directors asked the organization’s Safety and Protective Equipment Committee in November 2023 to begin the process of recommending potential rule changes related to neck laceration protection.

“Safety is always at the forefront of our conversations and the action of our Congress today reflected that,” said Mike Trimboli, president of USA Hockey. “We appreciate the significant work done by our Safety and Protective Equipment Committee, led by Dr. Mike Stuart, and the many others who were instrumental in the overall evaluation process.”

“I know throughout our organization, the overwhelming opinion was that the time is appropriate to modify our rules related to neck laceration protection,” said Pat Kelleher, executive director of USA Hockey. “We’re also encouraged that the hockey industry is committed to continuing to work to improve the cut resistant products that protect players to help influence the safest possible landscape for the game.”

The legislation passed today also strongly recommends use of neck laceration protection by adult players.

For more information, including frequently asked questions, click here.

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