If you are looking to minimise the bumps and bruises you get during rugby training then grab a pair of our protective shorts now. During tough training sessions or matches, added padding is vital for enhancing junior players’ performance and recovery time at club level. This is exactly why Gilbert have designed the Protective Shorts.
This form of body armour is essential for club and school players when the ground gets tougher and the body becomes prone to painful impact. The Protective Shorts offers 5mm Triflex padding to the hip and quadriceps to absorb contact taken during tackling.
Available in Small to 2 Extra Large, the Protective Shorts would work well with any of the upper body armour we supply.
Get yours today and experience the difference this season.
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Picking the right size for you.
Follow our simple size guide for Men's Sizing, Women's Sizing and Children's Sizing along with body armour and footwear to chose the perfect fit for you.
- Measure yourself wearing underwear - do not measure clothing.
- Stand straight and keep both feet on the floor.
- Make sure the tape measure is kept level.
- Ask a friend to help take your measurement - its often easier to have help.
**All measurements are an approximate guide.