The Best Shin Protectors 2017

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Top King

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RDX Sports

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Hayabusa

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Fairtex

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Everlast

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Venum

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Adidas

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Twins

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Top King

RDX Sports

Hayabusa

Fairtex

Everlast

Contender

Venum

Title

Adidas

Twins

Price $41.99 $43.99 $49.99 $53.50 - $96.88 $34.99 $35.99 $47.44 - $170.75 $24.99 - $32.99 $35.09 - $44.95 $61.49 - $66.99
Material Leather Nylon based Nylastic outer cover Premium grade Leather Leather Synthetic leather synthetic leather Synthetic leather Leather Leather synthetic leather
Handle Hook and loop closure NEO-1 based Velcro closure with dual cross straps Hook and loop straps Hook and loop pull strap Non slip texture on bottom of foot Neoprene wrap Large Velcro straps 2" elastic strapping system with hook-and-loop closure Two elastic straps with hook & loop closure Two straps
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Shin Guards

Shin guards are derived from the concept of Greave, which is a Middle English term, where it was part of the body armor for the shin. At first, it was made to fight, but now shin guards are made to protect the athlete. Though cricket was the first sports to introduce shin guards, it has gradually taken over a lot or fitness based sports like hiking etc. as well.

Shin guards are protective gear that protects the athlete’s shin from injury. They provide protection in sports like football, baseball, cricket, ice hockey, lacrosse and combat sports like kickboxing, Muay-Thai etc. These shin guards are either made of light weight but a stiff material called fiberglass, light foam rubber, polyurethane which is heavy and durable and elastic or plastic and metal shin guards are also available.

A good Shin Guard covers most area of your ankle to your knee. The length of the skin guard is the length starting from just below your knee to an inch above your ankle. Most manufactured shin guards are based on different sizes on your age.

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