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Under Armour Adult Pro Series Catcher's Chest Protector

$169.99
Under Armour Adult Pro Series Catcher's Chest Protector - Dick's Sporting Goods
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Product Information:

The Under Armour® Adult Pro Catcher's Chest Protector offers superior protection and a secure fit. The Pro Chest Protector features plastic inserts at the throat, sternum and shoulder to disperse impact, while low-bounce memory foam deadens the ball's impact. Easily customize the straps and harness for a secure, personalized fit as the breathable mesh backing allows air to flow in and out of the protector for added comfort. For ages 16+.
FEATURES:

  • Length: 16.5"
  • Professionally-styled adult baseball catcher's chest protector
  • Complete over-the-shoulder protection
  • Fully-adjustable shoulder cap
  • Moldable plastic inserts in the throat, sternum, and shoulders disperse impact and conform to the body
  • Low-rebound memory foam helps deaden blocked balls
  • Lightweight, breathable mesh backing with ventilation ports keeps players cool and dry
  • Four-point adjustable harness for a custom fit
  • AEGIS Microbe Shield™ technology kills unwanted bacteria and odor
  • Machine washable; air dry
  • Size: Large (adult players ages 16+)
  • Model: UACP-AP
  • Under Armour
Country of Origin: Taiwan
Web ID: 23176006

Customer Reviews:

Under Armour Adult Pro Series Catcher's Chest Protector 5 5 1 1
Lightweight and comfortable Easy on without fumbling with tangled straps; lightweight and flexible May 6, 2014
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