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Stealth 55S II Shoulder Pads

Although the Easton 55S II Shoulder Pads end the stealth line, protection was not sacrificed. For entry level players or recreational players, the 55S IIs offer great protection, comfortable and lightweight feel.The 55S II shoulder pads feature a 2-piece front and 3-pice back body design, like the RS IIs, this provides good mobility during any movement your body makes in a game. The 55S IIs are extremely lightweight because mid-density foams were used on the whole pad with added thick plastic inserts in the sternum and spine to provide great lightweight protection. Low profile shoulder caps wrap around the shoulder protecting you on every angle from slashes or pucks. The bicep guards are made with high density plastic inserts that will keep your pythons in good looking condition.Start your hockey experience off write with the 55S II Shoulder Pads by Easton.
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I want to get the Easton Stealth 55S II Shoulder pads. What size should I get, Medium or Large
I am 5'9" and weigh between 190-200 lbs, chest size is 42 in
Skill Level: Intermediate
Gender: Male
Age: 19-29
Frequency: 1 time per week
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This a real tough call as you are spot on for both sizes with your height and weight. I have feeling the larges might be the way to go. The pad is pretty low profile so it won't add the bulkiness like some others do. The mediums might be too tight around the chest causing some discomfort.
Skill Level: Advanced
Gender: Male
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