You asked and we listened. Today we will review the H-7 Adjustable Hockey Shin Guards by Hagan.
It’s been popular on the market ever since it was launched and so we decided to take a closer look at it for you. Here we go:
- Independently adjustable shin and knee guards
- Tough, solid construction
- Lightweight and non-restrictive design
- Takes a little longer to put on than more traditional guards
- Some of the straps can feel uncomfortable
This product takes advantage of the fact that there is a big market of hockey players out there who love playing the sport, but have an interest in checking their own blood pressure just in case something is wrong with the player.
The product is designed and sized to fit players of any age, from the 13'-year-old youth player to the professional hockey player who is 24 years old.
The knee is designed to be removable, which will allow the player to wear the shin guards with only the lower shin protector when not playing on the ice.
The ankle guard on the reverse side is designed to offer further protection for the ankle of the player.
Each part of the product can be easily replaced or interchanged, so that after a long period of time, the player will be able to continue using the same set of shin guards every time he or she is playing on the ice.
The traditional polyester sheets are now used directly on the shin guard for better flexibility and better pocketing ability. It is also used to give the outstandingly performance protection that the manufacturer strived to provide to players.
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