THE SHIN GUARD REVOLUTIONIZED
POWERED BY BAMBOO
Legend 1 weighs in at a staggering 1.5 oz, which gives a player the feeling that they’re not even there. As players reach a higher skill level and move up in age, their shin guards are the last thing they want in the way. Utilizing the natural properties of bamboo, the outter shell has the ability to have a strength-to-wight ratio higher than graphite.
Nature has provided us with the perfect material for shin guards. Through Legend 1, we harness the power of bamboo and utilize a higher tensile strength than many alloys of steel, higher compressive strength than many mixtures of concrete, and a higher strength-to-weight ratio than graphite. Legend 1 has been tested in 20,000+ hours of game times and can withstand any tackle in a match. We put these to the test!
Don’t let your shin guards get in the way of your game. Legend 1 is a minimalist design, which provides your foot the freedom to play, without your shin guards being in the way. Spanning just 7’’ long and 3’’ wide, you’ll find that you’ll even forget that they’re there, while protecting the most vital parts of your shin.
It’s essential that both the outside and inside of the your shin guard is top notch. We all know the smell that builds up on a shin guard. Through the anti-microbial properties of both bamboo and our closed cell protective padding, Legend 1 shin guards are nearly odorless. This high performance foam will help protect from moisture, mildew, and keep the shin safe at the same time.
HERE AT LEGEND SOCCER CO., WE THINK OUTSOURCING OUR SOCCER PRODUCTS OVERSEAS AND USING SYNTHETIC MATERIALS, IS A THING OF THE PAST. LEGEND 1 IS MADE PRIMARILY OUT OF SUSTAINABLE BAMBOO MATERIAL AND IS PROUDLY MADE RIGHT HERE IN THE USA.
The average American throws away approximately 185 pounds of plastic per year.
Plastic accounts for around 10 percent of the total waste we generate.
In the North Pacific Ocean, there are 6x more plastic debris than plankton.
10% of the plastic we use yearly, ends up in the ocean.
It takes 500-1,000 years for plastic to degrade.