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The Easton Synergy 60 Shin Guards utilize higher quality materials for a good level of protection and mobility. High density foams throughout disperse high-energy impacts well and the E-Cell foam calf wrap provides excellent slash protection and air circulation.

Easton's dynamic Tru-Air knee cap moves well with your leg, providing a close to leg feel that moves with your body while promoting better air circulation. The knee cap is reinforced with high-density foams as well as the thigh guard for dissipating high-energy shots or slashes. The E-Cell foam lattice on the calf wrap is a fraction of the weight of other high-density foams but just as protective. These foams are perforated to maintain temperature control and keep your leg drier. 

  • Model Number: A139339
  • Heritage: New
  • Level of Play Guideline: Performance
  • Easton Sizing Guidelines:
    Shin Guard Size / Player Height
    SR 14" / 5'4" - 5'8"
    SR 15" / 5'8" - 6'0"
    SR 16" / 6'0" - 6'4"
    SR 17" / 6'4"+


  • Protection:
    • High-density foams
      • Located in the knee for good protection and comfort
    • E-Cell foam lattice
      • On the calf wrap for great protection and air circulation
    • Tru-Air vented cap
      • Provides solid protection and air circulation
  • Liner:
    •  Removable hydrophobic mesh liner
  • Fit:
    • 2-strap system
    • Tapered fit
      • Follows the shape of the leg
  • Weight:
    • 499 grams (Based on a 14")
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Comments: I like these shins, and they're a big improvement over an old pair of Franklin shin guards i had before. Much lighter, slimmer, and they don't get as hot. I tried on a bunch of different brands in a local hockey store, and the Easton Synergy line fit the best. I didn't like the straps on the Warriors i tried on, and the Bauer's werent as comfortable. I didn't even use tape, and these still didnt move around at all. I definitely recommend these
From: Ryan, Fort Worth, TX

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