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Bauer Nexus 1000 Elbow Pads

Was: $89.99 $39.99 Save 56% 4 in stock

Nexus features product innovations driven directly from player feedback, including anchor straps on elbow pads, an adjustable strap system on shin guards and Free Flex bicep guards on shoulder pads - all of which allow for a custom fit to optimize player performance.

PROTECTION:

Forearm Guard: Lightweight EPP foam + poly insert
Bicep Guard: Lightweight EPP foam
Insert: HD foam lateral insert
Elbow Cap: Covered hard cap design

    FIT/MOBILITY:

    Bicep: Multi-segmented bicep construction
    Strapping: Anchor strap across elbow joint for secure fit
    Liner: THERMO MAX
    Closure System: Extended secure closure system
    Design: Low profile

    Sizing Guidelines:  Measure the length between the shoulder pad and the cuff of the glove. Match the player’s measured size to the size of the elbow pads by inches. Determine the level of play and the level of protection necessary. When fastened securely, there should be no gap between the pad and either the biceps extension of the shoulder pad or the cuff of the glove. The elbow pad should not slip or move while fastened. Players who wear a short cuff style glove should choose the longer model of elbow pad.

    Senior Sizing

    Size Age Height (in.) Weight (lbs.) Length (in.)
    Small 14+ 5'5" - 5'9" 120 - 160 12 - 13
    Medium 14+ 5'7" - 5'11" 140 - 180 13 - 14
    Large 15+ 5'9" - 6'1" 160 - 200 14 - 15

    Junior Sizing

    Size Age Height (in.) Weight (lbs.) Length (in.)
    Small 8 - 11 4'3" - 4'10" 60 - 90 9 - 11
    Large 11 - 14 4'7" - 5'4" 80 - 110 10 - 12

    Youth Sizing

    Size Age Height (in.) Weight (lbs.) Length (in.)
    X-Small 3 - 6 3'0" - 3'10" 35 - 45 6.5 - 7.5
    Small 4 - 7 3'3" - 4'1" 40 - 60 7 - 8
    Medium 5 - 8 3'7" - 4'4" 45 - 65 7.5 - 8.5
    Large 6 - 9 3'9" - 4'7" 50 - 70 8 - 9

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