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Clavicle Protection pad (protection equipment for football and other sports)
IMPACT Clavicle (collarbone) Pad

Clavicle Protection pad (protection equipment for football and other sports)

Item Number: ART-CLAV
Regular Price: $185.25
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  • Description

Arthron IMPACT™ Clavicle Pad

Over the years, Arthron has distinguished itself by providing amazing protective equipment that can help players recover from many common injuries sustained during play. In this case, the IMPACT™ Clavicle Pad provides excellent coverage for the collarbone by combining a 1/2'' foam pad underneath a rigid, moldable plastic shell that incorporates a special channel to further protect and isolate the collarbone from injury. Great for athletes who have suffered a broken or bruised clavicle, this product can help players participate safely.

IMPACT™ Features:

  • Domed design rests over, not on, injured areas.
  • Rigid shell and padding deflect and disperse force to prevent injury.
  • Moldable plastic and adjustable straps ensure a custom fit.
  • Used extensively by both professional and college football teams.
  • Intended for athletes under 250 lbs.
  • Available in left and right orientations.

Please Note: This product is designed to be used as part of an overall therapeutic regimen. Consult your physician or athletic trainer before use, and follow all manufacturer instructions. Once this item has been heated and formed, we are unable to accept a return.

Alternate Search Terms: Impact Clavicle, Impact Shoulder Pad, Impact Collarbone, Arthron Shoulder.

11 Questions & 10 Answers
from CO asked:
February 13, 2024
Does this cover the clavicle and AC joint? I have a surgically repaired shoulder form a bad separation and I'm looking for protection in case I land on shoulder snowboarding. 

Lance, thanks for reaching out on our website.  Yes, these pads cover the ac and clavicle.  One is made just for an AC joint issue and the other is if the clavicle was also broken.  We have had customers use these for snowboarding but you would need to make sure that it is secured properly.

Here are the 2 links.



Submitted by: February 13, 2024

from CA asked:
October 15, 2021
Is the dome moveable so it protects the specific area over the fracture? I have an athlete with a mid clavicle fracture coming back after it heals. I would like him to have protection over the fracture spot and to disperse impact away from previous fracture. 
This product is made to protect the whole clavicle but it can be heated and molded slightly for fit.
Submitted by: October 15, 2021

from walpole, ma asked:
February 8, 2018
My son has fractured his L clavicle times 2 in the past 5 months. Would this work under lacrosse pads?
It may help if he gets checked over the top of the shoulder. He would have to test it out to see if it limits his throwing accuracy etc.
Submitted by: February 13, 2018

from England, Arkansas asked:
August 23, 2016
My son is a senior in high school, last summer he sprained his right AC joint and now this year at the beginning of Summer he hurt his left AC joint, his left side is still giving him trouble and I am wondering if this would help. I know it shows for the collarbone but will it help protect his AC joint along with his football should pads ?
Yes, it would take some pressure off the AC joint when playing. You can also consider the pad for just the AC joint. The url is http://www.ithacasports.com/acpad.html.
Submitted by: August 23, 2016

from Vermont asked:
January 22, 2015
Is this something that will fit underneath hockey shoulder pads? I am concerned the two will be bulky/constricting. If this is the case, is there another product you would recommend to wear under the shoulder pads?
This product should be able to fit under the hockey pads. If not, it is returnable as long as it has not been worn or molded. This is the only product I know of that is made for athletes that have had a previously injured clavicle.
Submitted by: January 26, 2015

from California asked:
September 9, 2013
Is this item allowed in youth soccer?
The answer would depend on the league and the ref. You would have to speak to them ahead of time. Some leagues allow it and some do not. Most of the players who wear this are playing football. It will probably not fit small youth so would also depend on the age/size.
Submitted by: February 20, 2017

from florida asked:
September 12, 2012
My son is 14, 5-10 and 125 pounds; 1) will this fit him? 2) Does this provide some protection from re-fracturing his collarbone. He wants to resume basketball. 3) Do most find this brace comfortable to play basketball in or does it restrict motion?

from Brayn ohio asked:
September 4, 2012
My son is a high school QB and he just broke his clavicle bone he now has external pin in that will be taken out in about 3 weeks. When he gets the ok to play again would this be suitable for him?
The manufacturer can not guarantee that it will work for everyone. We have had some QB that were able to wear it and some say it is to constricting. I am sorry but I do not have any more information than that. He would have to test it for himself.
Submitted by: September 4, 2012

from Quincy Ma asked:
August 11, 2012
is this suitable for a 13 year old girl ,recovering from a broken collar-bone ? She is 5 feet - 7 nches tall and weighs about 120 lbs. she hopes to be back playing within 6-7weeks of the injury happening
I believe it should work according to the manufacturer specs depending on the sport she is playing.
Submitted by: August 12, 2012

from corinth.ms asked:
August 10, 2012
my son is in 8th grade and weighs130 pounds will this fit him
This should fit him. It is moldable for a better fit. Please follow directions that come with the pad.
Submitted by: August 10, 2012

from Millbrook, NY asked:
July 28, 2012
In addition to orderint this Pad, can I order an extra strap? My son used this pad last year and would like to get an extra strap as the strap wore out before the end of the season. Thanks, Erin
The manufacturer does not currently have the extra straps available. We will contact them and see if they can provide this option.
Submitted by: July 28, 2012