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Generally speaking from a man who has literally shipped everything from goalie pads to guitar amp modellers and drum kits around the world: the more the gear moves, the easier damaged; pack it tightly in a generous, but not over-sized box. Paper doesn’t do much, bubble wrap is king. Double boxing sensitive items is always a good bet. Original packing materials to the product are almost always preferred, though in goalie gear, that isn’t anything specific.  You can recycle packaging to a degree; but when it is damaged, your protection could be compromised. 
Bottom line: Make certain that helmet doesn’t move in the box and you have eliminated most of your damage potential. 

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