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Supreme One80 Shinguard

Protection: * HX-SORB knee cap protection * Wrap calf guard with Vent Armor foam * Shin Sling * Multi-segmented design * Perforated foam panels for lightweight breathability * Segmented, removable linerFit/Mobility: * True asymmetrical design * Anchor wrap strap across calf and knee * Calf closure strap * Thermo Max liner
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Questions & Answers for Bauer Supreme One80 Shinguard

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My 8 year old daughter is an intermediate player on a boys squirt travel team. She is tall and slim. Would this be a good choice for thinner legs?
She is 4'7" tall and 62 lbs. I was going to go with size 11. How would this compare with the Reebok 6 or 7K for her level? Any other suggestions for her build?
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asked 1 year, 11 months ago
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Anonymous
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Great choice on shins. Compared to the RBK's the Supreme One80's are a little bit more streamlined not giving off that bulky look, perfect for thinner legs. They still have solid protection and are built with high end materials. My only other suggestions for " thinner" shins would be any Easton item, but with Bauer you are getting the best in the business.
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answered 1 year, 10 months ago
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MikeM
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Thanks Mike. I see the Bauer total one is also on clearance. Seems a bit higher end. Which do you think is better? I read they may fit even narrower
asked 1 year, 10 months ago
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Honestly, either way you can not go wrong. The Total One's are higher end because of some of the materials used in the knee cap and liner and are slightly lighter then the One80's. Overall, the differences are so small it all depends now on what you would like to spend.
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