WARRIOR ALPHA LX PRO SENIOR SHIN GUARD PADS. CHOOSE YOUR SIZE - SIZES AVAILABLE. Protect the lower leg and knee from contact with pucks, sticks, and other players. The shin guard has adjustable Velcro straps that allow the player to tighten or loosen the straps to a comfortable fit.Shin guards are worn under hockey socks on both the right and left shin. NEED HELP CHOOSING WHAT SIZE WARRIOR SHIN GUARD PADS YOU SHOULD WEAR? NO PROBLEM, WE HAVE A WARRIOR SIZING CHART TO HELP YOU DECIDE WHAT SIZE PADS WOULD BE BEST FOR YOU OR YOUR CHILD. FOR THE WARRIOR SHIN GUARD PAD SIZING CHART PLEASE SEE THE LAST PHOTO ABOVE. (SEE BELOW - AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS LISTING TO SEE HOW WARRIOR SHIN GUARD PADS SHOULD FIT WHEN WEARING THEM). DO YOU NEED A DIFFERENT SIZE OR STYLE SHIN GUARD PAD? CHECK OUT OUR STORE FOR TONS OF BRAND NEW SPORTS GEAR INVENTORY. NEED JUNIOR SIZED SHIN GUARD PADS? CHECK OUT THESE ITEM LISTING NUMBERS FOR AWESOME BRAND NEW WARRIOR JUNIOR SHIN GUARD PADS. LX40 JUNIOR SIZED SHIN GUARD PADS ITEM LISTING # = #325805451050. LX PRO JUNIOR SIZED SHIN GUARD PADS ITEM LISTING # = #325805463623. WANT A DIFFERENT TYPE BUT STILL SENIOR SIZED SHIN GUARD PADS?
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Make sure to test out the straps of the shin guard to ensure a tight hold to keep the pad in place. In a proper fit, there won't be any gaps between the skate and the shin guard. If the shin guards are too small, you'll see a gap between the skate and the angle, or notice your calf isn't fully protected. If they're too big, the shin guards will wobble, feel loose, and your knee may sit above or below the donut.Most hockey shin guards come in a few basic fit profiles to benefit particular playing styles, so make sure to try some different options to find the best fit for you. A traditional fit is a bulkier pad that offers more coverage and protection-best for physical players who block a lot of shots or see a lot of action on the boards. A contoured fit is sleeker and has the lowest profile-perfect for quick-moving players who need added maneuverability. A tapered fit combines a traditional upper half with a contoured lower half of the pad, providing a balanced fit suitable for players who see a little bit of everything on the ice. Top hockey equipment makers, like Warrior Sports, have developed their product lines with position and style of play in mind. IN SHORT - SHIN GUARD PADS FITTING GUIDE. The cap of the shin pad should be centered on the knee cap, with the calf padding wrapping round the inner leg. The padding above the plastic kneecap should overlap approximately 2" with the bottom of the hockey pants and should rest 1" above the foot. It is recommended that the skate tongue be positioned behind the shin pad for added protection. HOW TO PUT ON HOCKEY SHIN GUARD PADS.
Try them with your skates to have a better idea of the length you need. The length may vary depending if you play with your skate's tongues under your shin guards or outside. You want to be protected as much as possible. Once your kneecap is in place, tighten the straps and make sure they are the right length, so the velcro stays firmly tied under your hockey socks.Your kneecap must stay centered at all time, make sure it's tightened enough to stay in place during the game. Shin guards that are too long are more likely to move and feel uncomfortable when skating.