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BAUER SUPREME 3S SENIOR SHIN GUARDS

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The Bauer Supreme 3S Hockey Shin Guard is loaded with value and protection for the competitive hockey player seeking maximum coverage with unlimited mobility.

Bauer used their AMP construction in every price point this year, including the 3S, to give all Supreme users the benefits of its mobility for powerful strides. This unique design is found in two places on the shin cap, allowing the shell to flex more than any other on the market.

From top to bottom, hard molded plastic ensures great protection with an ErgoDynamic Lab knee cap that provides a deeper fit for maximum coverage. The calf utilizes standard foam with a plastic insert for reinforcement, providing players with lightweight protection.

The 3S features a super soft, removable liner that sits on the knee properly thanks to the knee cut-out. It uses Bauer's Thermo Max liner that excels at handling sweat and moisture for a more comfortable game experience!
OVERVIEW
Level of Play Performance
Fit Profile Contoured - Standard Coverage and Maximum Mobility
Weight 680 grams (14")
Heritage Supreme S29 / S170 / 170 / ONE.6
Model Number 1058519
Available Sizes 11", 12", 13", 14", 15", 16", 17"
KEY TECHNOLOGIES
AMP
Active Motion Protection designed to give players unrestricted mobility without sacrificing any gaps in protection.
Thermo Max
Unlike traditional brushed microfibers, this soft and comfortable liner does a much better job of wicking away sweat and moisture during the game. It keeps working afterward too by helping reduce drying time.

PROTECTION
Knee Cap Molded Plastic, Vented
Thigh Guard Standard Foam
Shin Shell Molded Plastic
Calf Guard Standard Foam, Plastic Insert
Knee Wing Standard Foam
Shell Liner Standard Foam

CONSTRUCTION
Shell AMP 3-Piece
Liner Sublimated Thermo Max, Removable
Anti-Abrasion Skate Pad No

STRAPPING SYSTEM
Knee 1" Nylon Anchor Strap
Calf 2" Elastic Nylon
BAUER SHIN GUARD SIZING GUIDELINES
Under Skate Tongue Measurement:
Sitting at a 90-degree angle with skates on your feet, measure from the center of your kneecap to the center of the outer ankle. Correspond this measurement with the Under Skate Tongue column below. This style provides a lighter, lower-profile, and snug fit suited for quick, agile players. 
Over Skate Tongue Measurement:
Simply add 1" to the Under Skate Tongue Measurement from above. Correspond this measurement with the Over Skate Tongue column below. This offers more coverage and a bulkier profile, better suited for defensemen and shot-blocking forwards.