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Easton Stealth RS II Shinguard

Designed for the elite player in us all, the Easton Stealth RS II Shin Guards emphasize two key ingredients to reach performance glory: Low-profile protection and comfort.Different from the earlier RS version, the RS IIs show maturity in being lighter and more durable while still maintaining an elite level of protection. The calf wrap, outer knee joint, and lower thigh protection feature closed cell HD foams that are supported with perforated mid-density foam for ample protection while keeping the shin pad lightweight at the same time. The RS IIs also feature Easton's Sling Tec design, meaning there is a good distance between your shins and the outer shell permitting impacts to disperse before it reaches your shin.On the inside of the RS IIs there is a removable comfort liner that cradles the lower leg, while a gripped knee doughnut holds your leg in the proper position. The calf strap of the RS IIs is an elastic strap that is 1 and 1/2 inches thick for comfort, and with a 3/4 inch nylon strap that has a soft cushion under the back of the knee helps to keep the shin guards secure to your shins.In the RS II's you get the lightweight protection you need without the bulk and restrictiveness of shin guards in year's past.
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