Nike vapor shoulder pad liners are the workhorse of the liner spectrum. Priced amazingly well for the technology, Nike delivers a pad that is sure to be very popular with the advanced youth and high school crowd this year. These are the best value in the liner spectrum for sure.
| - George_John 3/25/15 reply|
Hi, Im a freshman, 5'11 and 129 pounds and was wondering what size you all would recommend.
| - Carson Kamin 3/13/15 reply|
I am 5'0 and about 95 pounds and and a starting attackman.. what size should i get . med or large.. PLEASE HELP
| - Cullen1011 2/03/15 reply|
i have a medium warrior rabil nexts and I am getting these because those are to small, but it says I should get a medium; what size should I get?
| - Cayden Fish 10/04/14 reply|
I play high school lacrosse with Rock Canyon High School. Got these pads. First game with them. 5 goals and 4 assists. They do not restrict any movement but cover what counts. I would buy them for twice the cost.
| - johnnyd23 7/09/14 reply|
i'm going into 8th grade as my first year of playing lacrosse i really think ill be attack man would you recommend these?if not what pads would you suggest for an attack man
| - jblurton14 3/06/14 reply|
Great liners for pretty much any position, I play attack and they protect where I really need it. I got a large and it's a little big on the sides since I'm only 5'2" 140lbs. Hope this helps.
| - Tsai Ti-Pro 11/26/13 reply|
have these I play mid field and I got them exactly for that reason, to not restrict mobility. They are really great, lightweight, arent't to heavy so you wont sweat a crap ton like in another shoulder pads, and have protection where you need it even though it is a little thin. Ive gotten cross checked occasionally and wished there was that little more padding. over all love the pads.
| - snmira613 11/13/13 reply|
These are for the player who does not want the "bulk" of a full shoulder pad. Liners are mostly worn by defensive players, but I personally know a few offensive players who have worn liners because they do not restrict mobility. Hope this helps.