Kids'/Adult Low Intensity Field Hockey Shin Guard Shield - Blue/Black


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

Field hockey shinguards perfect for beginning to play safely.

Size: size guide


Product benefits

Impact protection

Plastic polyethylene shell on the shin, shells on the ankles


Shell on the shin, shells on the malleolus and front of the ankle

Anatomic design

Wide opening. Elasticated rip-tab strap to adjust the fit. Not asymmetrical

User comfort

Foam in contact with the leg. Fabric ankle guard over the ankle and malleolus.


Ventilation openings. Foam not effective for wicking away perspiration.

Easy dressing

Elasticated strap goes under the foot (shoe must be removed).


240 g per pair in size M

Easy maintenance

Cover cannot be removed.

Technical information

Detailed description

Polyethylene plastic shell to cover the shin. Lined with EVA foam that also partially covers the sides of the leg. Extended downward with a stitched ankle guard with small hard plastic shells over the malleolus and front of the ankle, the whole thing lined 360° with low-density foam, all in a thick, elasticated fabric. The low-density foam on the ankle guard also covers the Achilles tendon.

Detailed description (continued)

There are holes for ventilation. The ankle guard has an elasticated strap that fits under the foot. Open shell. The product stays in place with an elasticated rip-tab that closes over the calf. Not asymmetrical.


240 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.)

Manufacturer information:
- if you are between 100 and 120cm tall -> size 2XS
- 120 to 140 cm -> XS
- 140 to 160 cm -> S
- 160 to 180 cm -> M
- 180 to 200 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 rises up to the kneecap, and it provides wide coverage around the legs.

Protecting your legs (cont.)

Football shin guards are not suitable for field hockey.
Field hockey shin guards feature 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.


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


2 years

Product concept & technology

Product Composition

100% PVC


Never leave your shin guards in your sports bag. Keep them in a dry place.

User Directions

Not suitable for other sports or activities.


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