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* JDP Knee cap disperses the impact away from the fragile knee joint * JOFA-designed shin cap with new narrower mold designed as series of arches to deflect pucks better * Hyperx and Lockstrap work together to reduce the risk of injury from hyper-extension * Removable shot guard protects upper thigh from impacts * New, comfortable, easy to use strapping system that locks the leg deep into the cap
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do these stand off the shin a bit?
I just upgraded from a pair of super cheap Easton stealth guards to the Reebok 9K. I'm not sure if it's because I'm used to the Easton pads, which have close to no padding, but the Reebok ones don't feel like they are fitting around my shin. The best I can describe it is as that the reebok guards seem to stand off my shin, especially closer to the ankle. The length is right, and my knee is flush in the doughnut, and the straps easily reach around my calf. But the guard sticks out so far from my shin. Does anyone have any ideas on whether this is supposed to fit like this? Thanks!!
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asked 1 year, 9 months ago
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Anonymous
on 9K Shinguard
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Your Easton pads where a lower profile fit and slightly more streamlined but Easton use the same principle as Reebok. They provide distance between the leg and outside of the shin pad. The only difference is Reebok provides a higher degree of distance which makes them feel somewhat bulkier but that's a good thing. You get a higher degree of protection. This takes a bit of adjustment when you change over to Reebok but that just takes a little time. There is a reason that all but two percent of the players in the NHL use Reebok/ Jofa shin pads, it's because they are the best protection available.
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