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Evoshield Pro-SRZ Catcher’s Gear Finally For Sale with New Tech

If you recall last HR Derby, Evoshield unveiled a set of catchers gear that instantly became an object of the WPW catching community’s desire.

GLENDALE, AZ – OCTOBER 01: Tyler Stephenson #36 of the Glendale Desert Dogs calls the infield against the Mesa Solar Sox at Camelback Ranch on Tuesday, October 1, 2019 in Glendale, Arizona. (Photo by Buck Davidson/MLB Photos via Getty Images)

Today that gear is available to the public, finally.

The Evoshield Pro-SRZ catcher’s gear rivals Yadi’s Jordan gear as the most asked about catcher’s product in our history.

The Evoshield catcher’s gear features the first-ever two-piece leg guard system with the exclusive gel-to-shell custom-molded lower leg guard. I remember seeing this product being used by at least a couple of catchers at MLB Spring Training. When I asked about it, Evoshield reps told me that they were prototypes, and now they’re available to you, too.

Aubree Munro of Team USA

Other innovations include a moldable wire in the chest protector, Fidlock magnetic notched chest protector buckle, and Windpact™ shock absorbable padding in the helmet. You’ll also see versions for fastpitch softball where the chest protector was designed specifically for the body of the female athlete rather than being a smaller version of one for male catchers. USA Olympians Aubree Munro and Amanda Chidester will wear EvoShield Catcher’s Gear in Tokyo in 2021.

Shop the entire line here.


  1. Why does the gear cost so much money? It’s on the verge of costing $800 for the total set. I understand there’s a bunch of new technology but why doesn’t it cost similar to the All-Star System 7 Axis set which is the leader in catchers gear right now.

    1. good question. i’ve been amazed at how high the prices are for other evoshield products, too. what would the system 7 set cost?

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