RIDDELL FULL SIZE HELMETS ARE DELAYED DUE TO TO COVID-19.

PLEASE ALLOW 10-13 WEEKS if not in our current stock. (Time frame to be reduced as Riddell catches up. Order now for "first in - first shipped" process!) NFL no longer allows last year's REDSKINS to be produced. Orders for previous years Throwback helmets are still be accepted but are subject to NFL approval. Best to get your order in the system NOW! We will not charge your payment until production is confirmed.

Pittsburgh Steelers Helmet 1963-76 Pro Line - Login for SALE Price

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Pittsburgh Steelers Helmet 1963-76 Pro Line by Riddell
Price: $279.99

Pittsburgh Steelers Throwback Helmet - Pro Line by Riddell. This grey style helmet was used from 1963-1976. This officially licensed Riddell Pro Line Helmet is just like the players wear. The Pro Line features a Kra-Lite II Polycarbonate Lexon shell, inflatable liner with two inflation points; steel quarterback-running back style facemask and four point chin-strap. Pro Lines come in official colors and logos, but the Steelers only apply one decal to one side of the helmet. Many great Steelers would have worn this decorated helmet including Terry Bradshaw, Mean Joe Greene, Lynn Swann and Franco Harris.

 

Pittsburgh Steelers

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Super Bowl Champions

1974 (IX) MVP = Franco Harris, 1975 (X) MVP = Lynn Swann, 1978 (XIII) MVP = Terry Bradshaw, 1979 (XIV) MVP = Terry Bradshaw, 2005 (XL) MVP = Hines Ward, 2008 (XLIII) MVP = Santonio Holmes

Conference Championships

1974, 1975, 1978, 1979, 1995, 2005, 2008, 2010

Pro Football Hall of Fame Members (Year of Induction)

Bert Bell (1963), Mel Blount (1989), Terry Bradshaw (1989), Jack Butler (2012), Dermontti Dawson (2012), Bill Dudley (1966), "Mean" Joe Green (1987), Jack Ham (1988), Franco Harris (1990), John Henry Johnson (1987), Walt Kiesling (1966), Jack Lambert (1990), Bobby Lane (1967), Chuck Noll (1993), Art Rooney (1964), Dan Rooney (2000), John Stallworth (2002), Ernie Stautner (1969), Lynn Swann (2001), Mike Webster (1997), Rod Woodson (2009), Jerome Bettis (2015)