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Dynasty AX2 Shinguard

Better fit equals better protection and mobility with the Dynasty AX2 Shin Guards by Warrior. Tailored to fit adult, teen, and junior specific proportions, the AX2s are designed for beginner to intermediate players of all ages.Axy-Sym fit, tailors the pad to fit your specific body size, whether junior, intermediate or senior, and Sling Wrap, a Texprene anchor strap, both work to keep the pads snug against your shins allowing you to have maximum mobility and protection, while also eliminating the sock tape expense.Equipped with enhance calf wrap protection, the AX2s keep pucks, skates, sticks, and anything else at bay so you can stay focused.On the inside the AX2s are lined with War-Tech plus Polygiene. This signature yellow performance liner wicks away moisture to keep you dry and comfortable, while the Polygiene fights bacteria and keeps your shins and knees hockey stank free.Worry less, whether youre equipment has your back, or shins because with the AX2s youll stay mobile, protected, and odor free game in and game out.
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Questions & Answers for Warrior Dynasty AX2 Shinguard

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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
Skill Level: Intermediate
Gender: Male
Age: 13-18
Frequency: 2-5 times per week
asked 1 year, 4 months ago
by
Hacia
on Dynasty AX2 Shinguard
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These shins are appropriate for high school. I would suggest not going to a lower level pad. Depending on the skill level you are playing these shins are considered a mid to low level pad so anything less would be risking some protection and quality.
Skill Level: Advanced
Gender: Male
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answered 1 year, 4 months ago
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MikeM
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Warrior Sizing?
I've always been a size 15 in shin guards...I am 5'11" and pretty skinny. I like the lower volume concept of the intermediates, but based on Warrior's sizing, it seems like I'd want a 16" pad? I wear my shin guards on top of skate tongues.

Any guidance? Unfortunately none of the shops near me have these in stock to try on, so I need to order online.

Scott S.
Skill Level: Intermediate
Gender: Male
Age: Over 40
Frequency: More than 5 times per week
asked 11 months ago
by
Anonymous
 - Massachusetts
on Dynasty AX2 Shinguard
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Some of these sizing charts out there are extremely generic. I would recommend if you are in a 15" and comfortable with it you will continue to be in a 15". I am 3" taller and currently in 16".
Skill Level: Advanced
Gender: Male
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