Shock Doctor Core Loose Hockey Shorts with Pelvic Protector, Women's & Girls
|Price:||$19.99 - $35.99|
- Ventilated Short utilizes a design to allow for comfort and support with comfort fit waistband
- Ventilated Short utilizes a design to allow for comfort and support with comfort fit waistband|Low-Rise Cut designed specifically for female athletes with a ventilated inside pelvic protector pocket|Pelvic Protector has an anatomical design with integrated thermal-formed contour foam and molded high impact shield|NULL|
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The Women's Core Loose Hockey Short with Pelvic Protector is designed with female athletes in mind who require a technically-based performance and comfort. This short has a low-rise cut specifically designed for females and is ventilated for comfort.
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A word on getting the protector in and out, because someone else commented on this in a review. There is a velcro-sealed flap on the side away from your body, towards the shorts themselves. Open that and you can slide the protector out. I was hoping to be able to pop it in when I was wearing the shorts, but I pretty much had to take them off to get it in, or at least pull them down to do so. But I'm glad the velcro's not on the body side, as that would be uncomfortable. All in all, I'm glad they are designed the way they are.
One last thing: I ran the pelvic protector through the wash and dryer a few times by accident, apparently with no ill effect. You probably don't want to do it all the time, but if you goof, it won't ruin it immediately.
Sizing: Their XL is a 34"-36" waist, smaller than what I expected in an XL, my fault for not referencing the manufacturer's size chart.
These are single layer mesh shorts, no lining, totally see through, covering a jill strap sewn into the waist band and two elastic straps which go around the thighs. The jill has a velcro flap so you can remove the cup for washing, but you cannot remove it while wearing them as the flap is at the top, facing outwards between the holder and the mesh short. I thought the elastic leg straps looked rather flimsy possibly made lighter weight for comfort, but I don't think they would last long under much stress. The shorts have a short waist, which would have been perfect for me if the size were bigger as I have a short waist. Cup size doesn't seem to vary with the short size, so I thought the area covered was a bit small, not suitable for my needs. (I had abdominal surgery and wanted something with more organ protection than this offered.) The cup itself seemed comfortable and well protective for the area covered.