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  1. Solid Protection Leads to Triumph!
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Solid Protection Leads to Triumph!

Protect victory at all costs with this Triumph G10 shinguard from Brine. An elite guard that's ideal for long days of tourney play.

Carbon-fiber center plate for the highest protection with the least weight.

The entire frame of the guard is a cushioning dense foam (there's no plastic here). This foam that wraps around the carbon fiber center is protective but still delivers cushioning. It's also antibacterial and water-resistant. These guards dry instantly - wicking sweat without absorbing it.

This shin guard boasts fusion molded foam construction with the hard carbon fiber center plate for a comfortable fit and ultimate protection.

Air-Flex technology increases the air flow around the guard for breathability, ventilation and further moisture control.

Redesigned compression sleeves for a secure fit. These premium pocketed sleeves are also designed to resist stretching for added durability.

NOCSAE Certified.


Protege la victoria con la canillera Triumph G10 de Brine. Hecha con espuma moldeada y una placa central de fibra de carbono dura para un ajuste cómodo y la mejor protección. La tecnología Air-Flex te protege gracias a su diseño que envuelve tu canilla. Ce

The mascot for the 1970 FIFA World Cup in Mexico was a boy character named Jaunito. Unlike the Olympics, FIFA recognizes the four Home Nations of the United Kingdom - England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland- as separate entities. Mexico's most famous stadium, Estadio Azteca, has an official seating capacity of 114,465. In the first US Open Cup Final, played in 1914, Brooklyn Field Club defeated Brooklyn Celtic, 2-1. The Netherlands' Ernie Brandt is the only man to score a goal for both teams in a World Cup game, accomplishing the feat in 1978.