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Warrior Alpha QX Senior Shin Guard

  • Warrior Alpha QX Senior Shin Guard
  • Warrior Alpha QX Senior Shin Guard

  • Warrior Alpha QX Senior Shin Guard
  • Warrior Alpha QX Senior Shin Guard

Warrior Alpha QX Senior Hockey Shin Guard

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Item #: warrior-sg-qxsgsr7

Availability: In stock

Original Price $139.99

Our Price $99.98

Warrior Alpha QX Senior Shin Guard

  • Warrior Alpha QX Senior Shin Guard
  • Warrior Alpha QX Senior Shin Guard

  • Warrior Alpha QX Senior Shin Guard
  • Warrior Alpha QX Senior Shin Guard
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Quick Strike - Pro Equipment designed for superior fit, protection and mobility.

Sling Wrap Lock Strap - Offers a secure lock into the engineered knee pocket

Premium Protection - Perforated, lightweight, molded slash and calf guards.

Wartech FNC Liner - The Strike yellow liner is powered by Polygiene so you're always dry, clean and oder free.

Product Questions

Does the QX series fit similar to the AX-1's? I'm interested in how much depth the pad has off the front of the shin.
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Review Breakdown

Quality
5 Star:
50%
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4 Star:
17%
( 1 )
3 Star:
17%
( 1 )
2 Star:
17%
( 1 )
Performance
5 Star:
50%
( 3 )
3 Star:
17%
( 1 )
2 Star:
33%
( 2 )
Value
5 Star:
17%
( 1 )
4 Star:
33%
( 2 )
3 Star:
33%
( 2 )
1 Star:
17%
( 1 )
Price
5 Star:
17%
( 1 )
4 Star:
50%
( 3 )
3 Star:
33%
( 2 )

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Reviewed by JSharp
on July 2, 2020
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Pros: Comfortable, Lightweight, Versatile, Durable

Cons: Expensive

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4.5

Pretty good

I'm a mid-level adult rec forward. I don't block a lot of shots, so I can't say whether or not they'd be good for that. For a good overall shin guard, they are really nice. I love that the liner is removable so I can start airing them out as soon as I take them off.

I have two minor complaints. They feel a bit short. I've worn 15" shins for the last 20 years, and these just feel about a size too short, compared to my old Bauer Nexus shins. The other complaint is the calf straps. I really love the neoprene 3-way stretch wrap that goes behind the Knee. The strap that goes around the calf seems like they cheeped out on how short it is. I'm not a big dude, and I have medium sized calves, but the straps JUST BARELY make it all the way around. If I wear the shins over my skate tongues, it's even worse. Its like Warrior decided to save 25 cents by cutting an inch off the strap. That seems like a cheap move for $100+ shin gaurds. I've never had the strap come off, and I've been wearing them for about a month now, but it's certainly not confidence-inspiring, and I'm reminded of how they cut corners every time I put them on. If the strap was a bit longer, I could slide the shins up a bit and then they wouldn't feel like they are too short. So it's hard to pinpoint where the real short-coming is. If they had these in a 16" size (at the point when I bought them) both of these issues would likely have been resolved. Live and learn.

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Reviewed by Cody
on June 22, 2020
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3.5

Goose Eggs on my Shin

I've been playing beer league for about 15 years. I've played maybe 15 games with these shin pads, and I've received the first 2 goose eggs in my life. It's a lower level beer league so the shots aren't that hard, and the shots hit me in the square on the plastic. I'm moving on to something that offers better protection.
I also have medium to large calf muscles, and I have to tape the pads to make the velcro stay on the backside. Not something I've ever had an issue with, but the strap is very short. You should have very thin legs for these to offer any real protection.

Reviewed by Justin
on April 17, 2020
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Pros: Lightweight

Cons: Poor Craftsmanship, Uncomfortable, Poor Durability

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2.75

A departure from Warrior comfort and quality

I love my Alpha QX elbow pads, but the shin guards are not in the same universe in terms of fit, comfort and quality. The major problem with these is the flaps on the back that should serve as the calf protector. Though well padded on one side, the flaps do not overlap or even meet, thus leaving most of the back of the calf completely exposed to potential impact from sticks and pucks. The strap that is supposed to connect the two flaps is small and comically short, squeezing the calf almost to the point of pain when trying to fasten it. It also sticks to the sock since it can barely hold the flaps in place. I’m willing to bet its adhesive quality will not stand the test of time either, but I’m not willing to find out. I love Warrior products and will not use any other brand of stick, but these pads were a huge miss for an otherwise stellar company. I will be returning these, no matter how good of a deal it seemed with them being on sale.

Reviewed by Arkadiy
on March 3, 2020
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Pros: Comfortable, Lightweight, Versatile

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4.25

Great shin guards

My son broke his MX3 shin guards and I purchased these to replace them. I think it is a good product for the money. I think compared to top Bauer shin guards it is not as beefy, but still provide ample amount of protection.

Reviewed by Robert
on January 31, 2020
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Pros: Comfortable, Lightweight, Durable

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5

Nice Shin Guards

After purchasing the Warrior Alpha QX bundle I also purchased and extra set of these shin guards. I’m able to wear both a 15 “ and 16” depending on whether I tuck in my skate tongue or not and given the price of these shin guards it was an easy decision. I think these pads are for more offense oriented players since the calf wrap doesn’t fully cover the calf probably not a good idea to have your back towards the puck. I’ve blocked shots and taken stick slashes with them without a problem. I do really like them.

Reviewed by Clark
on March 12, 2019
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Pros: Lightweight

Cons: Expensive, Poor Craftsmanship

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2.25

Was not up to the task for a D-man

I bought these after having used their Alpha series elbow pads which were great. I play D in beer league and every so often block a few good blasts from all over the ice. These pads BARELY did anything. Two decent wrist shots left two separate lumps on my shin that took weeks to clear up. Barely anything in the knee cap area for protection. On top of that, the edge liner kept letting hard plastic fibers poke through which were constantly scraping my leg every time I used them. I had sores develop in a few places.

I used these pads for 2 months before I caved and bought the Bauer Nexus pads. Unless you play F, these pads are really not going to stop anything except a slash.

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Warrior Shin Guards are covered against defects in manufacturing and workmanship for a period of 30 days from the date of purchase.