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Easton Black Magic Junior Youth Catcher's Gear Box Set (Ages 6-8)
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- Black Magic Helmet (6"-7") Black Magic Chest Protector (14") Black Magic Leg Guards (11.5")
- Black only
- Ages 7-9
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Top Customer Reviews
Note: Make sure the description says: Black Magic "JUNIOR"/Youth and not just "YOUTH". I finished reading reviews late at night and almost bought 9-12yr old set.
There seems to be an issue with the straps for the chin guards though. The seem to slip loose especially when using Knee Savers. I put 2 little zip ties on each buckle strap set which helps reduce the slippage. The buckles should be a different shape on one side in order to help prevent them from turning which cause it to become.loose.
My son has taken several off the head and face mask with no issues at all. The shin guards clip on well and adjust easily. I would rather the chest guard have a different fastening system other than velcro, but it is fine so far. I would still recommend this product.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is the best kids catchers gear on the market. I have two boys, and I've bought them a bunch of different kids catchers gear. This is by far the best I've ever bought. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Rick
My grandson has been a pitcher for the last year but with his most recent team there was a dire need for an efficient catcher, so he asked "can I give it a try? Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
very good price good product .. sizes are a bit sketchy on gearPublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
The kids love em specially because they actually fit, compared to the 20 year old stuff they had.Published 1 month ago by Josh
My son loves his new equipment and the other boys on our team!Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Good set of gear for my seven year old. Lost a strap already though, they seem to fall off in between uses but I bet that's common.Published 2 months ago by Ethan George