Shin Guards

Shin Guards
Item# shinguards1

Shin pads should be fit in a sitting position with shin straight up and down, foot flat on the floor. Measure from the center of the knee to the top of the boot. Match the player's shin size to the inches of the shin guards.

A shin pad that is too long will ride up and down on the leg, leaving the knee poorly protected. The knee should fit firm - squarely into the cap of the pad. Shin pads that are too short leave the lower shin unprotected.









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