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Bauer Vapor APX Shinguard

Featuring lightweight vent armor foam in the shin cap and calf wrap, the Vapor APX Shin Guards have a tapered fit design and an adjustable calf wing for a personalized fit. Also, the APX Shin Guards have a free flex cap design and liner which enhances your mobility on the ice. In addition, an anchor strap across the calf and knee ensures a comfortable fit, while the wrap around strap on the lower leg provides a secure fit. A new vent armor foam lateral insert and a pre-curved knee donut only add to the level of protection, while the 3D thermo-max + liner ensures your legs will be dry. Other features include a segmented adjustable thigh guard, a segmented removable liner with venting, and an extended knee wing dome.
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I got a the 14 inch and I'm not sure if I should go 15 inches instead... what is a good indicator?
asked 1 month, 3 weeks ago
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TimMcD
on Vapor APX Shinguard
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The length of the shin guard should extend the entire length of the leg, touching the top of the skate.
Correctly sized shin guard fits comfortably under the skate tongue without shifting, although some players prefer to wear the shin guard over the tongue.
Skill Level: Advanced
Gender: Male
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