Arm Protective Sizing Chart
|Arm Guard||Height||Weight||Small||Under 4'6"||Under 70 lbs.||Medium||4'7" - 5'4"||70 - 110 lbs.||Large||5'4" - +||110 lbs. +|
* Please Note: Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.
Bought them for high school and they are really light weight and comfortable but a good hit to the elbow will sting a little other than that they are goodReview by Kyle (Posted on 2/25/2017)
For you attackmen who have been jealous of your middie counterparts with their lightweight equipment, fear no more. These arm guards are featherweight, yet ridiculously protective. The compression-molded foam padding really does its job, and I barely feel any checks, even hard ones. The pads are also very flexible, allowing for great range of motion. I play middie, and usually play aggressively. These pads were a godsend for me. Brine really nailed it this time, and I look forward to using these in the future. These pads are perfect for all positions, and are extremely versatile. When you order these, the sizing does run true to size, unless you have really big arms. if you are a lax player looking for new arm guards, get these! Don't be discouraged by the one or two-star reviews, those guys are just mad they don't have such awesome arm guards. What are you waiting for? Get the pads now!!!Review by The Laxbro (Posted on 10/25/2016)
these things are so sick. i got them for christmas and they are just perfect! they are really light, and really protective. whenever i get hit in the elbows, i don't feel a thing. they're also just completely awesome looking. i couldn't ask for any better pads. completely ready for this upcoming seasonReview by FairGrovePride (Posted on 10/25/2016)
Lightweight, tough, just overall great for a competitive midi or attacker.Review by Wolveslax (Posted on 10/25/2016)
These are the best pads I have owned so far. I am a aggressive midi and I'm not a fan of getting waked. The only bad thing is that you have to let them dry before you use them again because after one of my practices they were damp and I put them out to dry. Players on my team had the other pads with no cap and I tried them out. Every time I was hit it had a little sting to it. Not with these they provide great protection but lets you move a lot. They are a great pad over all, and I would recommend them to any attack or midi.Review by lax bro (Posted on 10/25/2016)
these are amazing, but if you have skinny arms like me, I would get them a little smaller. I don't feel a single check. overall, I love these padsReview by Tyler (Posted on 10/25/2016)
I'm a defender who likes to go coast to coast a lot and as such I get checked in the arms a lot. With these pads I don't have to worry about not being able to bend my arms the next day, since almost every check is absorbed with no adverse reaction from me. These pads are wonderfully comfortable and easy to move around in. I can still throw checks, clears, passes, and shots without having to worry about having my pads get in the way. Easily the best arm guard I've ever found.Review by The Offensive-Minded Defender (Posted on 10/25/2016)
These are great pads, but the only problem is after a while they start to rip, but its nothing unbearable.I play attack and the pads make the defenders checks feel like nothingReview by Payton (Posted on 10/25/2016)
I bought these when they originally came out, and they were pretty good. I play mid, and these are pretty lightweight, but it sacrifices some protection. The only thing that has ever gone wrong with me while wearing these is a shattered elbow because they slid down my arm after a check. If you're looking for more protection I would not suggest these. Maybe you should buy the newer version of these. I have a pair of those as a backup to my k18's and they are really good!Review by Maxa (Posted on 10/25/2016)
These pads saved me from buying expensive ones, but they only lasted about a season and a half. They might last two, but they aren't the most durable. The stitching is starting to come undone after one high school season, and the pads fit loose around the sleeve. I also was being ridden by two attackmen, and got a dead arm from checks that the pad should've protected.Review by Casper (Posted on 10/25/2016)
these tough babies are very good for cold weatherReview by bolts11 (Posted on 10/25/2016)
these arm pads are good for attack just saying
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