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Vaughn Custom Sports 7900i Double Shield Knee Thigh

* Intermediate version of the 7900 Adult model * 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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What size do I need.
I am 5.6 tall and I'm wondering what I should order the SR or the intermediate.
Skill Level: Intermediate
Gender: Male
Age: 19-29
Frequency: 2-5 times per week
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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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