The Rinat Youth Dautt Soccer Goalkeeper Pant is 100% polyester and built with quality construction with light padding on the knees and the hips. The quality fabric gives them a very comfortable feel. The pant has a reinforced elastic waist with a drawstring and has a tapered lower leg.
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The Rinat brand (pronounced ree-knot) is a rapidly emerging soccer goalkeeping brand worn by many professional keepers through-out South America. These pants are built with quality construction with light padding on the knees and the hips. The quality fabric gives them a very comfortable feel. They are durable enough for training sessions or gameday wear. Reinforced elastic waist with drawstring. Tapered lower leg. 100% Polyester. These are a smaller cut garment-Rinat suggests that you consider ordering 1 size larger.
Youth: YL (26" - 28" waist)
Measure waist with tape loose but level. Measure at the height you prefer to wear your waistband.
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A. REID (British Columbia) on November 23, 2011
Pretty close to true sizing. Velcro foot straps kept coming undone so I solved that by sewing them closed, easy fix for great pants.
C. SMITH (New Jersey) on August 23, 2011
Didn't last too long. They ripped after one season.