Shock Doctor Athletic Supporter, Compression Shorts w/Athletic Cup, Youth & Adult
|Price:||$14.44 - $88.60|
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- Core Compression Short with X-Pocket Cup Retention System; Positions the lower third of the cup in a more natural position between the legs for a close, more comfortable fit during a wider range of motion when running, skating, or crouching
- Constructed with moisture wicking four-way stretch fabric that moves with your body while eliminating sweat
- Dual mesh cup, flatlock seams and comfort-fit waistband for maximum ventilation and comfort
- Bio-Flex Cup has a vented bio-shaped design to shield areas where protection is most crucial. The body of this core protective gear forms flawlessly to your athletic frame providing unrestricted movement, airflow and comfort.
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The 362 Shock Doctor Core Compression Hockey Short is the superior choice for those players who prefer a compression hockey short or pant. If you're looking for a superior compression hockey short, you'll find better comfort and protection in the Core Compression Hockey short.
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we tried these, Franklin sliding shorts, Easton youth sliding shorts and Louisville Slugger shorts (all from Amazon)
both my boys have a 25" waist and we tried the XL of these and they fit both boys.
The waist is a good fit on them both, and the legs are looser.
I am hoping the elastic will stretch a little this season so they can wear them again for baseball next year too.
The packet says this fits a 28-30" waist but I think that would be a very uncomfortable fit. I measured the elastic waist band lying flat on the floor and it is 24-25" and doesn't seem to have much stretch.
The best selling point for these over the other brands is the cup pocket. It is wider and easier to get the cup into, and it is sewn to curve inside the shorts and follow the shape of the cup up and around. Both my boys preferred how their cups fit and how snug they felt against them as opposed to the other shorts where the cup kind of hung down the front of the shorts.
XL size came with a teen size cup which looks BIG on my 8 year old, but he can fit a wider cup there. My 10 year old who is thinner thought the teen cup was too big and is wearing a smaller cup which fit great in the pocket too.