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The Bauer Nexus 4000 Hockey Shin Guards are the entry level model in the Nexus Line. The 4000 features a simple and classic design with medium-density foam protection throughout. The shell is made of an injected plastic with ribs for increased protection on big impacts.

Internally, the liner is made of a moisture wicking mesh material and features a removable/adjustable knee pad doughnut.

  • Model Number: 1043207
  • Heritage: Nexus 400
  • Level of Play Guideline: Recreational
  • Bauer Sizing Guidelines:
    Shin Guard Size / Player Height
    SR 13" / 5'5" - 5'9" 
    SR 14" / 5'7" - 5'11"
    SR 15" / 5'9" - 6'1" 
    SR 16" / 5'11" - 6'3"
    SR 17" / 6'1" - 6'5"
    SR 18" / 6'3" +
  • Protection:
    • Ribbed knee cap and shin shell
      • Helps disperse and minimize impact energy
    • Medium-density calf wrap, thigh guard and liner foam
      • Helps protect against slashes
  • Liner:
    • Hydrophobic Mesh Liner
      • Removable and adjustable knee pad
  • Fit:
    • Asymmetrical Design with a classic, generous fit
    • Dual 1" elastic strap enclosure system
  • Weight
    • 454 grams (Based on a 14")
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