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7260 Knee & Thigh Guard

The 7260 Knee/Thigh Guard features a three section design for a close fit and maximum protection. The units easily fit underneath the goalie's pants, and the three (3) strap velcro attachment system keeps the units in place.Thigh protection has plastic reinforcements that are segmented into two sections, with a more narrow, low profile knee cap for a close fit. Two nylon webbing loops sit at the top of the thigh protection that can be attached to a garter belt or skate laces to help keep the units from slipping down the leg during play.The 7260 is a JUNIOR knee/thigh guard that fits ages 10-14, depending on leg size.
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Sizing for knee pads
My son is 8 and is 4' 4". Which knee pads do you recommend?
asked 1 year, 5 months ago
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Benj
on 7260 Knee & Thigh Guard
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The Vaughn 7260's would definitely be a good option. They're built for a Junior sized leg, and they come with 3 adjustment straps which should snug them up pretty well.
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