throat protector

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Noun1.throat protector - protective garment worn by hockey goalkeeper and catcher in baseball
protective garment - clothing that is intended to protect the wearer from injury
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Details: STX Shield throat protector. The throat protector is black and has the letters ''STX'' engraved on the outer surface of the protector.
He went to his Hyundai, which was parked outside, changed into the SWAT (Special Weapons and Tactics) gear that he had purchased, which included a ballistic helmet, a gas mask, a tactical ballistic vest, ballistic leg protectors, throat protector, groin protector, and tactical gloves.
When they found Holmes, he was "outfitted in complete ballistic gear included a ballistic helmet, vest, shin guards, groin and throat protector. He also had a gas mask."
(The billygoat throat protector and the hinged mitt were the other two.) By the 1960s, light but tough molded plastics replaced fiber.
If you put on the IBA vest, don't wear the IBA's collar and throat protector. If you wear them with the BASIC gear, they'll ride too high and you won't be able to turn your head.
The vest's integrated throat protector the same protection as the current attachable version, but is more comfortable.
The vest's integrated throat protector provides the same protection as the current attachable version, but it's designed to be more comfortable.
The Throat Protector extends spark protection along the entire front of the welder's throat and upper chest.
Includes the cloth carriers of the base vest's outer shell, yoke and collar, throat protector, groin protector, and deltoid and axillary protectors.
That means you need to wear the interceptor body armor's (IBA) vest, collar and throat protector.
For example, softball and baseball catchers must wear helmets, face masks, and throat protectors (Gaskin, 1993).