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A&R Junior Shin Straps - Dick's Sporting Goods

A&R Junior Shin Straps

Item Number: 23822226
Price: $7.99
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Hold up your shin guards securely with the A&R Junior Shin Straps. These replacement shin guard straps offer a great replacement closure when the ones that name with your guards start to slip. These A&R shin guard straps are 1 1/2 inches wide and made of heavy-duty woven elastic. The Velcro®' closure offers great security while remaining easy to adjust.

FEATURES:

  • Junior A&R Shin Straps
  • Made with durable, heavy woven elastic
  • 1 1/2" wide
  • Velcro® closure
  • Model: JSB
  • A&R


Country of Origin: United States

Customer Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Multi-purpose and stay in place! I bought the A & R Junior Shin Straps, as I was unsure what kind of construction would be provided by the shin guards bought at the same time. I wanted to ensure that I had everything I needed to properly outfit my grandson. The shin guards purchased needed no assist in staying in place, so we tried the shin straps as a replacement of the already purchased garter belt for keeping the game socks in place during practice. They did as well as the garter belt, but provided easier assess for bathroom emergencies. The only downside for using for that purpose was it is difficult to avoid removing them, without catching the games socks. Because of the excellent quality of velcro, when the game socks get caught in them, it causes some tear on the game sock. February 5, 2014
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