The Easton Stealth CX shin guards were designed to be extremely lightweight, low-profie, and have a natural fit. Simplified construction through technical innovations has allowed Stealth CX protective equipment to provide excellent protection at a lower weight than ever before. With the Easton CX shin guards, players can focus on their game, not their equipment.
The CX shin guards feature Hyperlite foam, which not only absorbs impact energy, but also resists abrasion and tearing, all without any unneeded layers or extra weight. Also featured in these Easton shin guards is Dual Shox foam. This molded dual density layered foam is engineered to provide both protection and comfort. The higher density outer layer absorbs and disperses impact energy, while the lower density inner layer cushions the body. The two layers are fused together resulting in an incredibly lightweight and protective foam armor.
Last, Bio-Dri technology comes into play. This is a lining material with moisture-wicking and anti-microbial properties. Bio-Dri lining will keep your gear dry and odor-free.
Natural fit, lightweight, low profile design
Mid-volume, vented, with anatomically tuned knee flex point
HDPE molded shin with Sling-Tec™ suspension cushioning
Hyperlite molded HD foam calf wrap with PE inserts
Wide calf strap and wrap around lock strap with comfort padding
Full-length adjustable liner with Bio-Dri™ moisture wicking and anti-microbial treatment
Tru-Air vents and ARC Air Release Channels
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.
|13"||5'5" - 5'9"|
|14"||5'7" - 5'11"|
|15"||5'9" - 6'1"|
|16"||5'11" - 6'3"|
|10"||4'3" - 4'10"|
|11"||4'5" - 5'0"|
|12"||4'7" - 5'4"|
|7"||3'3" - 4'1"|
|8"||3'6" - 4'4"|
|9"||3'9" - 4'7"|
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