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Easton Stealth 75S II Shinguards

Get the lightweight low-profile protection you need at intermediate to advanced levels of play with the Easton Stealth 75S II Shin Guards. Just second to the RSII shins, the 75S IIs have most of the advanced features in the stealth line.The 75S ll shin guards come equipped with Easton's Sling Tec design, like the RS IIs, meaning there is a good distance between your shins and the outer shell permitting impacts to disperse before it reaches your shin. Large ribbed impact zones on the outer shell also help in dispersing impacts, and increase the level of protection at the same time. The outer calf wrap is made with high density foam and is supported with medium density foam for both comfort and protection while maintaining a lightweight low-profile feel.On the inside of the 75S 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 75S 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.Eastons concern is combining all aspects into one product without the bulk like other shins, and with the 75S IIs they did just that.
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