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The Supreme S170 shin guards are Bauer’s mid-range model in the Supreme line and will give players a great level of protection at an even better price. The most notable new feature that was not found in last generation's Supreme 170 shin guards is the Vent Armor foam on the knee wing. This foam is found all the way up in the 1S model and provides additional comfort and protection in a key impact area.
Bauer’s 2017 Supreme protective line brings players their trademark anatomical fit. This means that Supreme gear has the lowest profile fit between Vapor, Supreme, and Nexus pads. It provides a natural, close-to-the-body fit that helps players achieve maximum power with every movement.
The S170 shin guards offer a great level of protection at the price point, thanks to the mid density (MD) foam and polyethylene (PE) insert in the calf guards. Bauer also placed more MD foam in the thigh protector. When these foams are combined with the 2-strap anchor and calf wrap attachment system, players get a very comfortable pair of shin guards.
This shin guard model offers a more basic hydrophobic mesh liner to keep the pads dryer during play.
Bauer Supreme S170 shin guards have the most comparable fit to CCM’s mid-range QuickLite 270 and Easton’s Stealth C7.0 models.
Shin Cap: Thermoformed ribbed cap
Knee Cap: Injected knee cap
Calf Guard: MD foam with PE insert
Knee Wing: Vent Armor foam
Thigh Protector: MD foam
Overall Fit: Anatomical
Construction: Multi-segmented design
Strapping System: 2-strap system including anchor top strap and calf wrap
Liner: Hydrophobic mesh
Sizing Guidelines: Shin guards are measured best while the player is sitting. Using shin guards that are either too long or too short will result in the knee or instep being exposed and unprotected. Shin guards should be secured with shin guard straps or tape. To fit properly, first determine the level of play. Next, measure from the center of the kneecap to the top of the skate boot. Last, match the player’s shin size to the inches of shin guard.