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Easton Intermediate Synge Fastpitch Catcher's Leg Guards

$109.99
Easton Intermediate Synge Fastpitch Catcher's Leg Guards - Dick's Sporting Goods
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Product Information:

Rule as queen of the diamond this season with the Easton® Synge Fastpitch Leg Guards. The Women's 14" Synge Catcher's Leg Guards feature a female-specific fit and style, as well as lightweight protective plates to provide critical protection and contoured comfort. The X-Strap leg strapping system guarantees a secure fit around your calves, while Bio-Dri® inner lining wicks moisture to keep you cool, dry and comfortable.
FEATURES:

  • Length: 14"
  • Intermediate Fastpitch softball catcher's leg guards
  • Female-specific fit offers contoured comfort
  • Lightweight toe, knee and shin plates provide extended protection and mobility
  • X-Strap leg strapping system ensures a secure, comfortable fit around your calves
  • Bio-Dri® inner lining wicks moisture to keep you cool, dry and comfortable
  • Removable and washable lining
  • Size: Medium (intermediate female athletes ages 12-14)
  • Model: A165089
  • Easton
Country of Origin: China
Web ID: 16678626

Customer Reviews:

Easton Intermediate Synge Fastpitch Catcher's Leg Guards 1 5 2 2
Great while they lasted..... My daughter loved the look and the lightweight feel of these leg guards. Unfortunately, while going down for a routine block, the left leg guard shattered and can no longer be used. July 22, 2014
poor quality Didnt last long enough to try them out. The first time they were used they broke. The cloth that holds the clamp ripped right out of the rivet. We reordered another pair hoping this was an isolated incident. April 5, 2014
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