CCM Tacks AS-V Pro Youth Hockey Shin Guards
CCM Tacks AS-V Pro Youth Hockey Shin Guards
CCM Tacks AS-V Pro Youth Hockey Shin Guards
CCM Tacks AS-V Pro Youth Hockey Shin Guards
CCM Tacks AS-V Pro Youth Hockey Shin Guards
CCM Tacks AS-V Pro Youth Hockey Shin Guards
CCM Tacks AS-V Pro Youth Hockey Shin Guards
CCM Tacks AS-V Pro Youth Hockey Shin Guards

CCM Tacks AS-V Pro Youth Hockey Shin Guards

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Keeping your child in the game is usually a matter of keeping them comfortable, protected, and having fun. The AS-V Pro Youth shin guards combine pro looks with elite-level protection and comfort for little hockey players. With D3O foam and snug lock straps, the AS-V Pro checks all the boxes, assuring your child can continue to enjoy the game to its fullest.

Shin Protection
The shin cap has an anatomical design that not only offers great protection but also molds to shape around small legs. When it fits well, you play better, and the same goes for young players as well.

Knee Cap & Protection
The molded PE knee cap is built wide and with indentations designed to disperse impact force outward and away from the knee. This design is aerodynamic and mimics what adults use at the pro level. 

Calf Protection
The AS-V Pro uses an extended foam calf guard to protect your child’s calves. The foam padding is soft and anatomical, making it extra comfy for young players. The extension continues further down the shin to add some extra coverage.

Liner
The liner is where your child will feel the guard the most, meaning that it’s extra important that that area is incredibly soft and comfortable. That is why CCM used a soft, removable comfort liner with D3O at the top near the knee. The removable liner allows for customizability in sizing, and the D3O foam offers military-grade protection against any impact force that may come in.

Strapping
One of the most potentially distracting and uncomfortable parts of hockey gear for kids can be the shin guard straps. If they’re not comfortable or are difficult to strap on, it can become frustrating for young players and put a damper on their overall enjoyment of the game. The AS-V Pro mitigates this problem with a stretchy upper lock strap and wide mesh comfort strap. The lock strap helps hold everything together, while the calf strap also covers a wide surface area, lowering discomfort. The straps also have a wide and long landing strip for the velcro, making it easy for young players to fit the shin guards on themselves.

Sizes
The Tacks AS-V Pro Youth shin guards come in 8”, 9”, and 10” sizes.

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FeatureDescription
Calf ProtectionExtended Foam Calf Guard
CategoryRecreational
Knee CapMolded PE Cap
LinerRemovable Comfort Liner
D3O Foam
Made InChina
Removable LinerYes
Shin ProtectionMolded PE Cap
Side Knee ProtectionExtended Foam Knee Guard
Sizes8” - 10”
Strapping SystemUpper Lock Strap
Comfortable Calf Strap
Long Landing Velcro Strips
Warranty90 Days

CCM Hockey Shin Guards Sizing Chart


Player Shin Guard Sizing Information

When sizing a shin pad, you must determine first if you will wear the shin pad over top of the skate tongue, or if the skate tongue will sit in front of shin pad and “flop” forward. This will determined the length of the shin pad you will want.

Your knee should fit directly into the center of the kneecap, which is usually lined and padded to help direct it and provide comfort. Once the pad is strapped to your leg, it should be secure and snug and should NOT be able to twist rotate or slide freely. There are many strapping systems offered and you must decide what you like and dislike. On some models you will find anchor straps or thicker straps which can offer a better more secure fit. Anchor straps are made up of a stretchy knit material and usually fasten above or below the calf muscle. These straps are designed to anchor the pad in place and not allow it slide up or down. Thicker straps across the calf wrap/guard are also often used, these straps help provide full protection to your leg ensuring that the calf guard reaches across your leg.

Keep in mind that as you go up in price you will usually see more adjustments, options and higher density foams and technologies used. You must determine within your budget, which shin pad offers the most features that you want, as well as provides the most comfort.

Sizing a Shin Pad over top of your Skate Tongue:
To size a shin pad correctly when fitting over top of your skate tongue, measure the length (in inches) of your leg from the middle of your knee cap, when it is bent at a 90 degree angle, to the top of the boot of the skate. Once you have this measurement, round the number up to the next whole number (i.e. 13.2” becomes 14”). Because the shin pad is sitting over top of the skate tongue, it enables your to wear a slightly bigger pad without compromising mobility. This is usually seen as an upside because you get extra protection in areas like the tongue of your skate.
If you are sizing a player and want to include growth room, we do recommend this method as well, because it allows for a bigger pad to be worn, again without compromising motion or mobility.

Sizing a Shin Pad underneath your Skate Tongue:
To size a shin pad correctly when fitting over top of your skate tongue, measure the length (in inches) of your leg from the middle of your knee cap, when it is bent at a 90 degree angle, to the top of the boot of the skate. Once you have this measurement, round the number down to the next whole number (i.e. 13.7” becomes 13”). Because the shin pad is shipping underneath the skate tongue, the pad will not be able to sit right against the edge of the skate and thus a slightly shorter shin pad is used. If a shin pad that is too big is tried on, you will notice that the shin pad is shifted up and the kneecap falls out of the designated spot. If this happens your shin and knee will not be properly protected and you are more susceptible to having your shin pad rotate or more as well.

Compare your height, weight and age to the charts provided to find your best fit. As well, use the measurement that was taken above to compare to the provided charts. Another good estimation is to look at your old/existing shin pads to see what size they are. If you are growing and have outgrown them, then next size up is probably for you. If you liked the way your shin pads felt, it may be smart to continue with the same size.


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