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Bauer Nexus 2N Senior Hockey Shin Guards

  • Bauer Nexus 2N Senior Hockey Shin Guards
  • Bauer Nexus 2N Senior Hockey Shin Guards

  • Bauer Nexus 2N Senior Hockey Shin Guards
  • Bauer Nexus 2N Senior Hockey Shin Guards

Bauer Nexus 2N Senior Hockey Shin Guards

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Item #: bauer-sg-1053022

Availability: In stock

Original Price $139.99

Our Price $97.99

Bauer Nexus 2N Senior Hockey Shin Guards

  • Bauer Nexus 2N Senior Hockey Shin Guards
  • Bauer Nexus 2N Senior Hockey Shin Guards

  • Bauer Nexus 2N Senior Hockey Shin Guards
  • Bauer Nexus 2N Senior Hockey Shin Guards
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Details

  • Molded shin and knee cap
  • Segmented MDP calf guard
  • Hyperlite HD foam knee wing protection
  • Thermo Max ventilated lining with Sanitized® odor-resistant treatment
  • Vented neoprene lock strapping system

Sizing Guidelines: Shinguards are measured best while the player is sitting. Shinguards, which are either too long or too short, will result in the knee or instep being exposed and unprotected. Shinguards should be secured with shinguard straps or tape. To fit properly:

  • Determine the level of play
  • Measure from the center of the kneecap to the top of the skate boot
  • Match the player’s shin size to the inches of shinguard
Bauer Shin Guard Sizing Chart
Senior Sizing
Size Age Weight (lbs.) Length (in.)
Small 13" 14+ 110 - 150 13 - 14
Medium 14" 14+ 130 - 170 14 - 15
Large 15" 15+ 150 - 190 15 - 16
X-Large 16" 15+ 170 - 210 16 - 17
XX-Large 17" 15+ 190 - 230 17 - 18
XXX-Large 18" 15+ 210 - + 18 -
Junior Sizing
Size Age Weight (lbs.) Length (in.)
Small 11" 9 - 10 70 - 80 10 - 11
Medium 12" 10 - 11 80 - 90 11 - 12
Large 13" 11 - 12 90 - 100 12 - 13
Youth Sizing
Size Age Weight (lbs.) Length (in.)
Small 8" 3 - 5 35 - 45 7 - 8
Medium 9" 5 - 7 45 - 60 8 - 9
Large 10" 7 - 9 60 - 70 9 - 10

Please Note: Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.

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4 Star:
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Reviewed by Benjamin
on March 3, 2020
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Pros: Comfortable, Lightweight, Versatile

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4.5

Great for D

I block a lot of shots compared to most when playing D and these have always kept me safe and comfortable. The only complaint is how fast the lining was chewed up by the tongue of my skate, otherwise these are great shin guards.

Reviewed by wedgylx
on March 3, 2020
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Pros: Comfortable, Durable, Great Fit

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5

Great, comfortable, and awesome protection!

I finally got a new pair of shin pads as my old ones were too small and would sometimes dip and expose my knee. After a nice shot off the bone I decided to spend some money and get a new pair!! These fit fantastic, I really love the strap styles as they hold them perfectly in place and I probably don't even need to tape them anymore. They have a lot more protection than the old pads I replaced, but actually feel more comfortable! You can make a lot of fine adjustments to the straps and even the top pad, so you can get a real custom-fit by playing around for a minute. The material dries really fast with is another great bonus! My old ones would absorb sweat/water and got pretty heavy in my bag - these do not do that. Worth the money for both the protection and comfort!

Reviewed by Eric
on January 5, 2020
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Cons: Expensive, Uncomfortable

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3.75

Not as big as I wanted

Recently returned back to hockey after not playing for 20 years. During my time off, I did some body building and some power lifting. Having said that, I have some really big calves and legs. My old shin guards fit just fine, but the padding is definitely dated and I wanted something with a little more padding. Now that all pads are low volume and anatomically fitting, I was excited to find shin pads that were traditional-full volume fit. Needless to say, these are not very wide and barely fit my legs (I can hardly strap on the calf strap to hold them in place). I'm still using them since they are the largest that I have found so far, but I would definitely like pads that were a little wider in the shins. The padding is nice, a little too much if you ask me, but when I do take a shot I barely feel the puck. Overall, I would like them to be a little wider and definitely less expensive.

Reviewed by JB
on January 4, 2020
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Pros: Comfortable, Durable

Cons: Expensive

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4.75

This D-man's Best Friend

So...here's the shot...I've been playing in Vapor 1X pads, which are super-light, sleek, and comfortable, but...I play D. I've been noticing that on really hard shots and big hits...I feel it. More significantly, when I drop to my knees (deliberate shot blocking or resulting from a hit) that the shock goes right through the kneecaps to my lower back and neck. I decided to try these out as they seemed to be beefier, but a little less so than the Super Tacks AS-1 (which in fairness...I've only tried in a store). I have been playing in these 2N's for about four months and I am impressed. When I unboxed them, I'll admit I was concerned as they felt a bit heavier and bulkier than the 1X's (cuz they are), but on the ice...they were incredibly comfortable. It took a little figuring out how to get the calf strap in the right spot. I just seemed way to short I couldn't get a good wrap. When I moved it around...I found a good spot. If you have big calf muscles (I guess most of us do), and you're bigger than me (5'9" 172) you may need to get a shoemaker to put an extension on that strap...I just made it. Anyway, as a puck moving D, skating with them was very comfortable. They didn't shift at all (which my Vapors do...a little), I didn't notice the difference in bulk or weight, and the protection is truly elite. I've taken many big shots and felt nothing. Even better, I got decked from behind in the crease and also feel no shock transmission through the pads. I also feel more stable laterally while I am down, which makes getting back up fast much easier. Any drawbacks? Nothing significant really. They do play a bit warmer than the Vapors, but nowhere near as warm as say...older DR Centurion (awesome protection...waaaay to bulky and hot) or Jofa 3175's (nice vintage pads but not much side or rear protection...and not flexible). I am very happy with the decision to go with these...they're everything I hoped they would be with none of the potential drawbacks I thought might be part of the package!

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Reviewed by Frank
on December 27, 2019
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Pros: Comfortable, Lightweight, Fast, Durable

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5

Great Shin Guards

I have had these for about 2 months now, and i have to say they are great. I have been able to stop some good shots and had zero problems. They fit great and are very comfortable.

Reviewed by Clark
on March 12, 2019
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Pros: Comfortable

Cons: Expensive

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4.75

Great protection

I finally cracked my old Bauer Total One shin pads that I had for 6+ years, so I figured I would try the Warrior Alpha series. Used those for 2 months before I caved and went back to Bauer. These are great for shot blocking, dont feel much blocking some decent shots from the point.

Strap system is great, knee protection is great (added foam around the kneecap area helps a lot with falls, etc) and is comfortable. I just wish I didnt have to pay top dollar to get what seems like obvious protection out of a shin pad.

Reviewed by Gom49
on February 21, 2019
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Pros: Comfortable, Durable

Cons: Expensive

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4.75

Great protection

I had a knee replaced and took a shot between the knee cap and shin of my old guards. Felt different with titanium there. These were the most protection I could get. No problems since. The bottom strap is short for me, barely reaches.

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