STX Cell 2 Lacrosse Shoulder Pads
  • isoBLOXâ„¢ technology delivers protection and complete range-of-motion along chest, back and shoulders
    Simplified design includes fewer parts allowing player to focus on his game not gear
    Low profile shoulder cap design built with isoBLOXâ„¢ for added flexibility
    Adjustable/removable bicep pads
    Combines unique textures and materials for a high performance look
The Cell 2 follows in the footsteps of the best selling STX Cell line. Players and parents alike praise the value and protection offered by these pads. Primarily designed for advancing youth middies and attack men, these are also found on many high school players looking for the best value in the game. The Cell 2 offers all field protection for all levels of play up to college.
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Size - 5/05/14 reply

I'm 15. 6'2" what size should I get I'm a d-pole what should I get.
(no subject) - 8/22/13 reply

Should i get these or the maverik prime speeds or the maverik romes
Shoulder Pads - 8/24/13 reply

If you play attack or you are an offensive minded mid, go with this or the Romes. If you are play d or defensive minded mid, go with the Prime Speeds.
But... - 8/24/13 reply

You might want to check out the Reebok Black SPs.
Great for any position - 2/24/13 reply

Got these for Christmas this year and I love them. I play attack and they protect very well. I'm 14 a bit over 5 foot I have mediums and they fit great. Hope this helps!
Get the liner - 7/16/12 reply

Unless you are not good at taking a hit, I'm a rising freshman but I played against seniors and took a lot of hits. I play attack so even a D-pole doesn't do much to you. The bag comes off and it allows best maneuverability, had this and the liner, prefer the liner. Its down to preference.
Size - 6/26/12 reply

I'm 13 and I'm 4'10 100lbs should I get medium or large
awesome for d - 6/04/12 reply

liners dont have enough protection and are crap get these for d
(no subject) - 5/01/12 reply

these k18 or assault
shoulder pads - 5/01/12 reply

I am 5'11"and I play mid. Should I get these or the k18 2s
(no subject) - 4/08/12 reply

should i get these or the cell liners? i play mid and i face off
liners - 4/09/12 reply

great! - 3/20/12 reply

i have them and they're great. Comfy,low pro, and protective. really low pro you should get these if you need to get new shoulder pads. also yes the biciep pad does come off and it has a air bag in the middle of the chest and it can come off. should get
(no subject) - 3/12/12 reply

I play defense should I get these or the Assults?
cell liners - 3/19/12 reply

get the cell liners for d. i play attack and wear the liners its enough protection
(no subject) - 9/17/12 reply

Get these they are cheaper and are better for d
(no subject) - 2/26/12 reply

these are some of the ugliest pads i have ever seen
Comfortable - 2/22/12 reply

These pads are the most comfortable pads I have ever worn. You have tons of movement and no thing restricting you. If you are considering getting new pads these are the way to go.
STX Cell 2 - 2/20/12 reply

These are extremely comfortable. They come with a detachable sternum pad for added protection. Even without it, I feel really safe in these. I was going to get the K18s but after trying the Cell 2s, I knew they were the right pads.
(no subject) - 11/20/11 reply

bicep pads are detectable my friend has them if you cant figure out how to detach them just cut them off
(no subject) - 2/21/12 reply

you could just get the liners.
(no subject) - 3/10/12 reply

your a boss
detatch - 10/14/11 reply

it looks like the bicep pads are detatchible can anyone confirm tht?
(no subject) - 10/18/11 reply

Idk but if theyre not u can just chop em off.
yes - 3/11/12 reply

they do detatch u dont need to cut em
FIRST - 10/14/11 reply

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