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Under Armour Girls' Pro Series Catcher's Leg Guards

$59.99
Under Armour Girls' Pro Series Catcher's Leg Guards - Dick's Sporting Goods
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Product Information:

Boasting a female-specific fit that developing Fastpitch softball players demand, the Under Armour® Girls' Pro Leg Guards are designed for maximum protection and comfort behind the plate. The UA Girls' 13" Pro Catcher's Leg Guards offer interior gel padding with a high-impact PE plastic shell and double kneecap design for critical impact absorption and improved comfort. Extra-wide neoprene adjustable straps hold guards firmly in place.
FEATURES:

  • Length: 13"
  • Girls' Fastpitch softball catcher's leg guards
  • Gel knee pad construction offers maximum protection, comfort and impact absorption
  • Double knee design enhances protection and mobility
  • High-impact PE plastic shell with extra plastic in high-impact zones
  • Large vent holes offer breathability
  • AEGIS Microbe Shield™ technology kills unwanted bacteria and odor
  • Repositionable and machine-washable shin / knee pads
  • Extra-wide neoprene adjustment straps hold guard in place
  • Removable second toe for customizable protection
  • Size: Junior (recommended for young female athletes ages 9 - 12)
  • Model: UAGLG2-JR
  • Under Armour
Country of Origin: Taiwan
Web ID: 23506096

Customer Reviews:

Under Armour Girls' Pro Series Catcher's Leg Guards 5 5 1 1
C O M F O R T light weight, natural feel inning after inning, my daughter says "it feels like a second skin" October 6, 2014
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