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7900 Double Shield Knee Thigh

* Three section main body designed for flexibility and improved mobility during play * Molded high density plastic inserts provide impact protection and wrap around the leg for complete coverage * Additional molded double shield protection attaches over the knee and lower thigh for maximum coverage and impact resistance * Wide inside knee area with half inch thick padding to reduce side knee impacts * Knee area lined with synthetic leather for durability and slip resistance * Sold in pairs
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Questions & Answers for Vaughn Custom Sports 7900 Double Shield Knee Thigh

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Do these have the capability of attaching to vaughn goalie pants and what are the differences between the 7600 and the 7450 knee pads?
asked 3 years ago
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Anonymous
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answer 1
No - the 7900 knee pads don't have a tab that will allow them to attach to the pants. They are worn independent from the pants.

The 7600 knee guards attach to the leg pads, and they fit underneath the goal pants.

The 7450 knee guards are fit like the 7900's do, but they don't have the extra "double shield" that the 7900's have.
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answered 3 years ago
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MBruins
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What size do I need???
I am 5.6 tall and I'm wondering what I should order the SR or the intermediate.
Gender: Male
Age: 19-29
Frequency: 2-5 times per week
asked 2 years, 5 months ago
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Anonymous
 - Holland
on 7900 Double Shield Knee Thigh
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answer 1
You're in between sizes a bit. If you have thinner legs, then you can probably wear the 7990i. If your legs are a bit longer and thicker, then you should go with the 7900/7990. Unfortunately, Vaughn doesn't have a sizing chart for these things but I know from talking to the Vaughn guys that goalies 5'6" - 5'7" and under with thinner legs fit the Int's, and larger legs fit the senior models.
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