Sports can be quite wild, especially children love action and movement, whereby the one or other fall or collision can not be avoided. It is therefore all the more important that your child is adequately protected. Especially soccer fans should get the right equipment. This includes, among other things, shin guards for children.
To keep track of the huge range and choose the right fit, we have created a checklist and direct recommendations for you. So your child can soon kick off safely!
- When buying shin guards for kids, make sure you get the right size.
- The size is usually based on the height of the child:
- If the height is less than 120 cm, a shin guard in size XSS is recommended.
- At a size of 120 – 140 cm a shin guard in size XS is recommended.
- At a size of 140 – 160 cm a shin guard in size S is recommended.
- At a size of 160 – 175 cm a shin guard in size M is recommended.
- At a size of 175 – 185 cm a shin guard in size L is recommended.
- Adjustable straps and closures on the ankle and shin ensure long-lasting use
- A strong and hard front made of plastic should ensure safe protection
- Look for a soft inner material that provides additional padding
- When putting on the shin guards, make sure that they do not interfere with your child’s movements.
- Your child should be able to walk, run and shoot a ball without any problems.
- If this is not the case, the shin guard was probably fitted too loosely or too tightly, or is the wrong size.
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FAQ Shin Guards For Kids
The size of a shin guard depends on the height. If your child is shorter than 120 cm, he should wear shin guards in size XXS. After that, use a new size for every additional 20 cm. So children from about 120 – 140 cm wear size XS, with a height of 140 – 160 cm S, and so on. However, some manufacturers also make their own specifications for which body size their shin guards are suitable.
It depends on the model. Normally, you slip your foot through the ankle protector and place the protective plate against the shin, where it is then fixed. Then the socks are pulled over it. The shin guard should be worn so that it does not interfere with running, shooting, etc. and does not restrict movement
This varies from player to player. In most cases, professionals wear shin guards of the same brand that supplies them with shoes, e.g. Adidas.
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