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Warrior Men's Burn Hitman Lacrosse Shoulder Pads

Warrior Men's Burn Hitman Lacrosse Shoulder Pads - Dick's Sporting Goods
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Product Information:

The Warrior® Men's Burn Hitman Lacrosse Shoulder Pads offer super clean, streamlined performance inspired by the best-selling Warrior® Burn Speed cleat. Focus on your game and not your gear thanks to the low-profile caps that literally collapse into eachother as you move for natural range of motion. Exclusive VPS foam absorbs and deflects impact while promoting cooling airflow when the game heats up.

  • Features super low-profile caps molded to specially fit the shoulder joint
  • Shoulder system allows shoulder cap and sub cap to collapse as arm moves for ultimate mobility
  • Exclusive VPS foam decreases weight and promotes ventilation
  • Clean, streamlined design inspired by Warrior's® best-selling Burn Speed cleat
  • Model: BHIT13
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  • Small = Age: 10-12, Height: 4'7"-5'4", Weight: 70-110 lbs
  • Medium = Age: 13-16, Height: 5'4"-5'9", Weight: 110-150 lbs
  • Large = Age: 17+, Height: 5'9"+, Weight: 150 lbs+
Country of Origin: China
Web ID: 13365150

Customer Reviews:

Warrior Men's Burn Hitman Lacrosse Shoulder Pads 5 5 2 2
great protection The best and most protective pads on the market. Shoulders and most important sternum / heart area has hard shock and impact absorbent padding. September 23, 2014
Confidence in Gear My 13 year old has a new view of LAX, and is less afraid of getting smashed by the huge kids he plays against. The new gear give him confidence and he is better off for it. January 15, 2013
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