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I have a pair of barely used All Star System 7 shin guards for sale, or preferably trade.  Looking to work a trade for a 15 inch System 7 CP.  These shins just don't fit my legs well.  Bought them from a D1 umpire that said he used them once.  I have used them twice.


They are actually the LGU2000, but the D1 umpire decided to remove the upper knee plate, which makes them identical to the 1000's.





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