Washable, Breathable, and Protective

Barrel racers are accustomed to the occasional bruised up shins. It just happens, and sometimes it can be severe. What if you had a comfortable way to help protect against shin damage cause by hitting a barrel? What if you had a discreet way to help prevent unsightly blue, purple, or scared shins? Classic Equine is proud to introduce the Shin Guard Sleeve!

Made from the same material as the protective legwear sported by elite motorcycle racers, the guards offer optimal protection, in a comfortable sleeve. Other shin guards can be bulky and uncomfortable, especially when worn under rigid denim. The Classic Equine Shin Guard Sleeves are breathable to help keep you cool under pressure and in hot weather. They also double as knee pads when doctoring or wrapping legs as you are kneeling on hard ground for extended periods of time.

Additionally, the streamlined design means the guards easily fit under your jeans or can be worn over the top. Tested and used by professionals for months before introducing to the public, so you can be sure the Shin Guard Sleeves offer protection and comfort you can trust. Choose from sizes small, medium, large, and extra-large. The new Shin Guard Sleeves are super stretchy and sized to be forgiving. We recommend choosing your ideal size based on your go-to t-shirt size.

Lightweight. Breathable. Machine-washable. Streamlined to fit. The Classic Equine Shin Guard Sleeves are a must-have for any barrel racer to protect your legs without sacrificing comfort, fit, quality and cleanliness. And most importantly, no more stressing how to hide your shins’ unsightly damage at the next wedding reception.

Find these and other trusted Classic Equine products at your favorite authorized retailer. For more information and to locate a dealer nearest you, visit www.ClassicEquine.com. Remember to follow Classic Equine on Facebook, and Instagram.

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