Compliant with European (EU) regulation 2016/425 and French standard XP S72-427.
Fully covers the teeth and part of the gums.
Heat-mouldable. Creates a snug fit with the lower teeth
The product stays in place if the heat moulding was done properly.
2 mm ventilation below the incisors.
Single component EVA (5 mm thick) for resistance to impacts and perforation (3 mm minimum under the incisors and front of the teeth after heat moulding). Fully covers the teeth and part of the gums to prevent it from coming off. 2 mm ventilation below the incisors.Complies with the EU regulation 2016/425 on Personal Protection Equipment and the new French standard XP S72-427.
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EVA ensures the product is easy to mould and fits well. Heat moulding helps the top and bottom teeth fit together properly so the jaw can be clenched in the event of a vertical impact. It is suitable for children with both adult and baby teeth.Supplied with a holder for use during heat moulding. Supplied with a storage case.
Approved by our athletes
Jill Boon [ex-captain and 302 caps on the Belgian national team, Olympian (London 2012), player for the Brussels Royal Racing Club (Belgium)]; Berta Bonastre [player for the Spanish national team, bronze medallist at the 2018 World Cup and 2019 European championship, Olympian (Rio 2016), on her way to Tokyo 2021 and player for Club Egara (Spain)], Laura Nunnink [player for the Netherlands national team, European Champion in 2017, 2019 and 2021, silver medallist at Rio 2016,
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and Victor Charlet [captain of the French national team, player for the Waterloo Ducks (Belgium), 2018 World Cup].
"For Korok brand mouthguards, choose size S if you are between 110 and 140 cm, size M if you are between 140 and 170 cm, and size L if you are over 170 cm tall.
For Shock Doctor brand mouthguards, choose "kids" size if you are under age 10, and "adult" size if you are over age 11."
Heat moulding instructions
For optimal heat moulding, read and follow the instructions carefully.
Hockey should be fun. Don't neglect your safety. Always wear your mouthguard, shin guards and a glove. Use hockey shoes with protective reinforcement and soles designed for your playing surface.Wear a mask and specially designed gloves. During matches and training.
Protecting your teeth
A mouthguard is a piece of personal protection equipment. It should meet current regulations, including the PPE regulation (EU) 2016/425.
For example, the French standard XP S72-427 requires:
- Specific protective thicknesses to prevent perforation.
- Meshed upper and lower teeth to lock the jaw more effectively (protection against fractures).
- Coverage of the gums to prevent teeth loosening."
Protecting your teeth(cont.)
"- Built-in breathing channel so that you can breathe even when your jaw is closed.
The mouthguard should stay in place when you open your mouth. So please follow the thermomoulding instructions.
Replace your mouthguard according to the manufacturer's indications or as soon as it begins to show signs of wear.
Refer to the product's user guide with regard to the manufacturer's liability.
Orthodontics? Single or double? Storage case?
Upper teeth only; not suitable for use with orthodontic appliances; supplied with a storage case
This mouthguard was co-designed by our product development team made up of passionate hockey players (product managers, designers, engineers, garment designers, protoype and lab technicians, as well as our athletes, including Jill Boon, Berta Bonastre, Laura Nunnink, Thomas Briels, Victor Wegnez and Victor Charlet), players from our partner clubs or our community and Decathlon specialists in R&D and the industrial process for protective gear.
The information here was provided by the manufacturer or observed by our teams from samples received from the manufacturer.