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Supreme One40 Shinguard

Protection: * Anatomical, ribbed knee and shin shell design * Removable liner with dual-density foam (Junior and Senior only) * Shin slingFit/Mobility: * Asymmetrical design * Comfort foam in knee and shin * 2-piece shell * Wrap around strap at knee (Junior and Senior only) * Lower leg closure * Hydrophobic mesh liner
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how do i measure shin and elbow pads
looking at the bauer one40 series
Age: 13-18
asked 2 years, 3 months ago
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Anonymous
on Supreme One40 Shinguard
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answer 1
To determine your shin guard size, measure the length of the shin when your leg is bent at a 90 degree angle from the center of the knee cap to the top of the boot of the skate.

To determine the elbow pad size measure from the wrist to the bicep.
Senior sizes
12"-13" = small
13"14" = medium
14"-15" = large

Junior sizes
9"-11" = small
10"-12" = large
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