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Synergy ST16 Shinguard

Easton's most protective line of equipment, the Synergy ST16 Shin Guards are specifically engineered for the physical player and are designed to maximize protection in high impact areas, while maintaining optimal mobility. With the Synergy ST16 Shin Guards you can play confidently...the way you know you can. * Wider, ergonomically designed kneecap provides great lateral support while allowing the knee to sit deeper in the pad * Liner combines a soft Bio-Dri knee donut with a molded Dry Flow shin plus a protective flare above the knee * Ergonomic shin with Sling Tec comfortably cradles the lower leg and creates distance from impact zones * Large neoprene retention strap plus removable second strap behind the knee * Tapeline just below the knee for more efficient fit * Flexible Calf Wrap with protective HDPE inserts * Eastons Tib Flex allows for more forward flexing without sacrificing protection
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I see several people have complained about calf strap being too short which makes me hesitant. My 8yo kid needs 10" and is thin, please comment?
Bauers always seem so wide for thin kid so I think Easton fit is better for her. Please comment vs X:60 shin guard.
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Age: 6-12
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