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Easton Synergy HSX Pants

Easton has introduced a brand new line of pants this summer, with the Easton Synergy HSX Pants falling in as the flagship model. Being the top of the line model, Easton has surely aimed for top of the line construction and material, all the while maintaining maximum protection.

The Easton Synergy HSX pants offer a traditional ice hockey pant fit, meaning they have a fair amount of volume throughout the hips and legs. These Synergy HSX pants will offer Easton’s HyperSkin Fit System which allows the pants to be more responsive all the while maintaining excellent mobility. The HyperSkin Fit System can also be described as a “Pant in Pant” setup.

Easton has used their A.R.C. liner on the Synergy HSX pants. This Air Released Channel liner wicks away moisture and offers strategic exit channels. These exit channels act as airway passages to maximize airflow and cooling while you skate.

In terms of protection, these pants are loaded. They feature a spine pad made of high density e-cell foam to provide enhanced protection while being lightweight. The belly pad of the Synergy HSX pants will use the same materials. The kidney pads are segmented high density foams with HDPE plastic inserts, while the tailbone pad uses medium density foam and the same inserts. Thigh pads are constructed with a thicker medium density foam and ribbed inserts, with an addition of e-cell foam in the rear portion of the thigh. The shell is constructed with extra strong nylon to maintain great durability and there are additional reinforcements included in the higher abrasion areas.

The Easton Synergy HSX pants are now available from You can pick them up today for only $159.99, click here to buy yours! Check out the Easton Synergy HSX pants below and let us know what you think. Drop us a note in the comments with your thoughts today!

Easton Synergy HSX Pants


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