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Legguards classification selection
- Apr 10, 2018 -

The leg protector is to protect the lower leg (with the development of technology, some leg protectors can also protect the ankle), so it is also called the armrest board. Due to the high degree of confrontation in football matches, it is common for players to be kicked into the calf. Physically speaking, the leg shield is a decentralized, buffered pressure and impulse applied to the lower leg, thereby protecting the player. The leg shield is generally a rigid plate that can distract the force exerted by the legs and shoes. In addition, the gap between the leg shield and the leg can act as a buffer, and the flesh between the leg bone and the leg shield also has a buffering effect to prevent the fracture.

From the appearance, the leg guard board is roughly divided into a small board and a large board. The smaller boards are lighter and lighter, and they are relatively comfortable to wear after being put on. Many skill-type front court players like to wear small boards. Of course, its protection is also relatively poor; the large boards are relatively large and the weight is heavier. It has a large area of protection, often including ankles. It has good protection and cushioning, but it's big and heavy. It's less comfortable. Most of the players who choose large boards are defensive players or power players.

From the way of wearing, the leg shield is divided into a plug board and a fixed board. The flapper is directly inserted into the socks. Because there is no fixed strap, the flapper is very comfortable, but because it is not fixed, the flapper will go back and forth in the socks, so the sleeve is invented. Fixed plate; fixed plate, as its name suggests, can be firmly fixed to the calf with its own straps, but the strap has some influence on the calf.