Unique protective guard
covers your wrist and lower forearm
Offers exceptional protection
while batting and sliding
compressive neoprene band construction
material is ¼" thin
backing and breathable mesh casing for added comfort
absorbing soft inner lining
to wear while providing excellent protection
insert permanently hardens to custom form to you
to use - air activated insert molds in 20 minutes
(DSP) allows impact energy to disperse across all 5 layers
to reduce the extent of injury
Black Navy Red Royal
Sizes: Small (5"-6") • Medium
(6"-7") Large (7"-8") • X-Large (8"-9")
Personalization: Personalize with up to two numbers
Guidelines: Once the order has been received
by the manufacturer allow approximately 5 business days (not
including weekends and holidays) for the order to process, then allow for
standard shipping delivery time.
Note: Business days do not include weekends or holidays
Evoshield Wrist Guard System...Worn By Collegiate & MLB Players!
Evoshield Personalized Wrist Guard System
Great comfortable fit
The EvoShield wrist guard offers great protection with a very comfortable fit.
The EvoShield customer service is excellent. I had to get a replacement pad because I didn't get the fit right the first time, and they sent a new one out with their perfect fit guarantee. Great service!
April 14, 2014
I ordered the incorrect size so we have been able to use the guard! The guard itself looks to be of high quality and we have used products from this manufacturer in the past. The print for the number was okay!
April 24, 2013
A great experience all around
I was really happy with how easy and streamlined the ordering process was to get my personalized Evo Shield. It arrived when you said it would, excellent product and service. Thanks again!
April 23, 2013
I ordered this product for my 15 year old son that plays high school baseball. He wore it to one game and we had most of the team asking where we got it. He was a little impatient on the shipping times but considering it was personalized, I think the shipping times were reasonable.
March 4, 2013