Yes, 3D-printed shin guards exist and you can buy a pair! They are 100% developed and made in Austria by Zweikampf, a team of creative heads determined to prove that 3D-printed products are ready for the Champions League. The shin guards feature a 3D-printed shell, a unique “Y” structure for diffusing shocks, XRD Technology, and much more.
Unsatisfied with current goalkeeper gloves being based off of a male hand, Keepher took matters into their own hands and created a line of female-specific goalkeeper gloves. The Nemow, their latest glove model, features Contact latex, a hybrid cut, removable fingersaves, and an elastic wrist strap. For about seventy US dollars, it’s a viable game glove option for female goalkeepers.
Designed for wet weather, the Sells Total Contact Elite Aqua is a grippy, lightweight, and comfortable game glove equipped with an expanse cut, an Ultra Supreme Latex palm, a German Latex backhand with a latex punch zone, a durable Outlast mesh fabric body, and more.
Everyone wants their soccer cleats to last as long as possible, but many players do one thing that can seriously ruin them; wearing them on pavement. Walking from the soccer field to your car, it probably doesn’t cross your mind that you might be doing damage…but as you walk, the pavement is eating away at the plastic studs on the bottom of your cleats. This is how you can prevent it.
The Uhlsport Eliminator Supersoft Bionik is a relaxed fitting, flat cut goalkeeper glove with a good grip in dry weather. It comes equipped with a latex punching zone, high quality finger protection, a breathable textile body, and SUPERSOFTPLUS latex foam.
A more affordable and modern version of the beloved Copa Mundial, the adidas Gloro 16.1 offers a soft kangaroo leather toe box, a synthetic leather midfoot, and eleven conical studs. Priced around one hundred ten US dollars, it’s a simple yet effective and affordable boot for players in search of a classic look and a comfortable fit.
The Knuckle-It Pro is an eight panel soccer ball designed to help you visually see improvement in your knuckle kicking with Bend-It’s Visual Response Color technology. Bend-It has also developed Valve Position Marker technology that shows you precise foot placement—the “sweet-spot” position—on the ball, the valve.
While shin guards may not be fun to wear, they’re just as necessary as soccer cleats or a jersey. After all, they do protect you from painful shin injuries and, depending on the type of shin guard, they may protect you from ankle injuries, too. Today we’re going to be discussing the two main types of shin guards and which model is the best in that category.
When you buy a new pair of shin guards, you’re often stuck with the lackluster fit that the pre-molded plastic provides. You no longer have to settle for that pre-determined fit since Cobra Shinguards have created re-moldable shin guards that provide a truly custom, comfortable fit, tailored specifically to your leg shape. In addition to being re-moldable year after year, they also remain stink free due to their closed-cell foam and come with a free pair of Cobra shin guard sleeves that keep your guards sandwiched in place at all times.
GloveStix are a patent pending odor management system that, when placed into your gloves or shoes after practice or games, absorb harmful moisture, eliminate odors, and inhibit 99.9% of odor-causing bacteria growth on the product surface. They work well in lacrosse gloves, hockey gloves, goalkeeper gloves, skates, sneakers, boots, boxing gloves, and more.