Diamond Featherweight Umpire Shin Guards
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This is my second pair of these shin guards. I Loved the first pair to death. These are great for youth league level or softball. They are very comfortable. My first pair took all the abuse I could muster and still lasted 8+ seasons.
Nice and light. Perform well. Hardly know they're on.
Nice and lightweight - good for when you're doing multiple games in a row behind the plate to wear with a base/non plate shoe - or if you working by yourself and you need a lighter shin guard in order to move around easier.
Questions About This Product
|Q:||How do you measure for your size?|
– Isaac Jeffery
Measure your leg from the center of your kneecap down to where the shin guards will rest on your plate shoes. This will result in your shin guard size that you'll match up with shin guard sizes. It is best to pick a shin guard that measures as close to your size without going over. See the Fitting Room for more information and a video guide.– Ty Unthank
Marketing Specialist, HS & College Umpire
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WARNING: Participants in any sports activity assume risk of injury. This equipment may be used to help aid in preventing or reducing the extent of injury. No equipment can guarantee umpire or player safety from injury during participation, and use of this equipment carries no such guarantee. Do not use any umpire equipment that is damaged in any way. California state law and Diamond Sports require disclosure of Prop 65 information.