Available in a few different sizes, so you can find the right fit for your kid. Two-piece bicep guard increases comfort. Includes just the right mix of PE plastic and foam for protection and comfort. Arm coverings can be detached, so the pads can be used for multiple sports.
Pricier than some youth shoulder pads, which means it probably isn't the best choice for newcomers.
Extra large shoulder cap to ensure protection on those big collisions. Chest area has a mesh fabric liner to pull away moisture. Just the right combination of foam padding and plastic for durability. Better for more experienced players.
Kind of expensive, considering your child probably will out grow these pads in a short amount of time.
Plastic cap on shoulder provides a nice level of protection for collisions and falls. Extra padded cover over the biceps areas, too. Not too bulky, so it works well for really young players who are just learning how to skate and play hockey.
Doesn't provide padding and much protective gear in the chest or back area, so it's not for high-level youth players.
With sturdy plastic caps over the shoulder areas, your young player will receive a bit of protection against bumps into the boards. Small padding area fits over the biceps for a bit of added protection. Overall, a lightweight design that's comfortable.
Limited protection in the chest and back areas, so not really made for older kids who need more protection.
Fits comfortably with padding throughout the gear, but none of the pads are too heavy. Better for those new to the game who won't be exposed to hard checks. Extra padding along the biceps and on the shoulder areas. Offered at a low price point.
Doesn't include plastic guards on the shoulders. Limited protection for back and chest areas.
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