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If I am 15 years old, not sure if I'm done growing, and are currently 5'11.5"-6'0", should I get the 15 or 16 inch size?
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Easton Mako M5 Shinguard

Natural movement is something you normally wouldn't associate with wearing hockey pads. The Easton Mako series proves that moving naturally can happen on the hockey rink.The Easton Mako M5 Shin Guards feature an anatomic knee guard, which moves freely from the rest of the shin guard. Protected by hard plastic, the anatomic knee will feel like a separate piece of padding because of the freedom that your knee will receive.With molded and polycarbonic plastic surrounding the exterior, the M5s also protect you very well. Blocked shots and slashes will be an afterthought most of the time.The liner is made from anti-microbial material and features a removable piece that can be thrown in the washer. Keeping your shin guards clean has never been so easy.
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