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The Sherwood REKKER EK5 Hockey Shoulder Pads are the entry level model in the REKKER lineup. With a low-profile design, this shoulder pad is great for the agile player who needs great mobility. Medium density foams reinforced with plastic inserts give this shoulder pad a good level of protection. The bicep guard and shoulder caps are constructed of molded plastic to beef up the overall protection.

  • Model Number: 130SW000599
  • Heritage: New
  • Level of Play Guideline: Recreational
  • Sherwood Sizing Guidelines:
    Shoulder Pad Size / Player Height / Chest Circumference
    SR SM / 4'10" - 5'6" / 32" - 34"
    SR MD / 5'6" - 6'0" / 36" - 38"
    SR LG / 5'8" - 6'4" / 40" - 42"
    SR XL / 6'0"+ / 42" - 44"

 

  • Protection:
    • Shoulder Caps - Low profile, rounded
    • Bicep Guards - molded PE insert
    • Sternum / Spinal Protector - PE insert backed by multi-layer foams
  • Liner:
    • Moisture wicking microfiber
  • Fit:
    • Multi-segmented protection
    • Low-profile design
  • Weight: 
    • 794 grams (Based on a Senior Medium)
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Sherwood Hockey Shoulder Pads Senior

  • The Sherwood T30 Hockey Shoulder Pads are the entry level shoulder pads providing great recreational protection in a very lightweight fit. With a segmented medium-density foam base layer, the shoulder pad wraps comfortably around the torso.

  • The Sherwood 9950 Hockey Shoulder Pads offer a lightweight, vintage design with some additional features not found on the 5030 model. The Sher-Wood 9950 incorporates a moisture wicking antimicrobial liner to wick away sweat and help control odor. The 9950 uses floating sternum and spine protection for additional mobility. 

  • The Sherwood 5030 Hockey Shoulder Pads offer a true traditional design.  These extremely lightweight design pads bring it back to what shoulder pads use to be in a simpler time when hooking calls were not so common.  

     

     

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