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What are the weight of these?
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How much do the Senior 14 inch weigh?
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Is there a difference between a size 13.0" senior and a 13.0" junior shin guard?
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Would these shin guards be good enough for high school level hockey? Is there a cheaper pair that would also be protective enough for high school lev
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Easton Mako M3 Shinguard

With a newly developed anatomic knee, the Mako M3 Shin Guards provide you with the ability to move at your pace, not at the pace that your pads allow you to. Skating with the M3s strapped to your legs allows you to move naturally as the knee guard feels as if it is separate from the rest of the shin guard. Flexing your knee will be as easy as if you are not wearing shin guards.The M3s include a molded calf wrap which feels comfortable against your leg and will provide you with great protection. The liner is anti-microbial, which will help keep away unwanted bacteria. It is also removable and completely machine washable. Keeping your shin guards clean has never been so easy.
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