Adult Low Intensity Field Hockey Shin Guards Ortho - Green


adults playing field hockey at low intensity; this shin guard is suitable for beginners

Dita field hockey shin guards that are perfect for beginning to play safely.

Size: size guide


Product benefits

Impact protection

Polypropylene plastic shell lined with EVA foam.


Full coverage: covers the sides of the legs and ankles with a single piece.

Anatomic design

Pre-shaped. No fastening straps. Left/right specific.

User comfort

Foam is covered with fabric on the side in contact with the leg and malleolus.

Easy dressing

Easy to slip inside your socks without taking your shoes off.


452 g per pair in size M


Ventilation holes.The foam is covered with fabric on the side against the leg

Technical information

Detailed description

One-piece polypropylene plastic shell covering the front of your leg (and some of the sides) and ankle. Lined with EVA foam covered with fabric on the side in contact with the leg and malleolus. Maximum vertical coverage. There are holes for ventilation. The shell is moulded in a relatively closed position to keep the product in place on the leg. Left/right specific.

Detailed description (continued)

The shell can be separated from the foam for easier care and drying.


452 g per pair in size M

Which size?

Place the shin guard as low as possible on your leg so that your ankles are well covered (make sure there are no pressure points and your ankle can move freely). Ideally, the top of the shin guard should come to 2 cm below your kneecap. Your shin guard should fit snugly around your calf without being too tight.

Which size?(cont.)

The table below serves as a good reference:
- if you are between 130 and 140 cm tall -> XS
- 140 to 160 cm -> S
- 160 to 175 cm -> M
- 175 to 185 cm -> L

Safety tips

Hockey should be fun. Don't neglect your safety. Always wear your mouthguard, shin guards and a glove. Use hockey shoes with protective reinforcement and soles designed for your playing surface.Wear a mask and specially designed gloves. During matches and training.

Protecting your legs

A shin guard is a piece of personal protection equipment. It should meet current regulations, including the PPE regulation (EU) 2016/425.
Use a shin guard that was specifically designed for field hockey. A field hockey shin guard has two features specific to the sport: it covers the ankles and comes up to just beneath the kneecap, and provides wide coverage around the legs.

Protecting your legs(cont.)

Football shin pads are not suitable for field hockey.
A field hockey shin pad features a moulded plastic plate that is generally lined with foam to absorb impacts.
Replace your shin guard according to the manufacturer's indications or as soon as it begins to show signs of wear. Refer to the product user guide in case of questions.


Founded in 1891 by Allah Dita in Pakistan, just as the sport was emerging, Dita has pioneered numerous innovations that have shaped the modern game. Drawing on its unrivalled expertise, Dita designs products that enable a creative, successful game. Just check out Seve van Ass, Florent van Aubel and Martin Hâner to see what we're talking about!


The information here was provided by the manufacturer or observed by our teams from samples received from the manufacturer.


2 years

Product concept & technology


Brush off and wipe down your shin guard with a damp cloth. If the lining can be removed and washed, refer to the care instructions to do so. Allow to air dry.

User Directions

Not suitable for other sports or activities.

Maintenance advice

Hand wash

Do not tumble dry

Customer reviews