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1 hour ago, Big H said:

which ccm extrem flex 4 glove would be the closest too a vaughn v6 2200 pro glove

The 2200 caries the same overall feel as the Ventus/SLR series. So the catch angle would be reminiscent of the 600 break with CCM.

Just note, CCM gloves feel a lot different than a Vaughn glove, even with the same catch angle.

Edit: Take seagoal's advice over mine. He's Mr. Vaughn.

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17 minutes ago, Big H said:

which ccm extrem flex 4 glove would be the closest too a vaughn v6 2200 pro glove

Definitely a hybrid of CCM 600 and 590.   The 2200 is in the 60 degree family, for sure.  I own 2 of them and it's my favorite glove of all time....until about an hour from now when my new one shows up :)

The 2200 was one of the first Vaughn gloves to directly compete with CCM 1 piece gloves and it preceded the current VE8 1 piece in the Vaughn lineage.

Are you using a 2200 now?

Here's my current ones

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On 10/4/2019 at 12:57 PM, seagoal said:

Definitely a hybrid of CCM 600 and 590.   The 2200 is in the 60 degree family, for sure.  I own 2 of them and it's my favorite glove of all time....until about an hour from now when my new one shows up :)

The 2200 was one of the first Vaughn gloves to directly compete with CCM 1 piece gloves and it preceded the current VE8 1 piece in the Vaughn lineage.

Are you using a 2200 now?

Here's my current ones

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Yes I'm using a 2200 right now but i'm planning on either switching to a CCM extreme flex 4 of a Vaughn pve2

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On 10/4/2019 at 11:40 AM, Big H said:

which ccm extrem flex 4 glove would be the closest too a vaughn v6 2200 pro glove

I am probably the weakest on Vaughn gloves because they tweak the models too often IMO... but I believe that would be 600

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Does anyone make a stock 580/90* break glove, other than going custom CCM?

Or is anyone selling one in all white or white/blue? lol

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1 hour ago, holdUP said:

Does anyone make a stock 580/90* break glove, other than going custom CCM?

Or is anyone selling one in all white or white/blue? lol

Do you mean a blend of a 580/590? Or do you mean just a 580 or 590?

Vaughn VE8 XP is a 590 clone, 2X is a 60 degree break (same as 590), CCM makes 590 and 580 stock gloves, 2S is a 580 ish feeling glove.

Warrior G4 palm inserts can mimic any break.

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15 minutes ago, holdUP said:

Thanks lol I meant the 580 with a 90 degree break.

Mostly custom.  As @coopaloop1234 the G Series from Warrior offers removeable palms and come in 60, 75 and 90 degree

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On 1/14/2020 at 3:56 PM, kabiblueline said:

Does anyone know the break angle of a TPS XLite?

I love that glove and I can't find anything else that feels like it.

I don't know, however if you get in touch with Dave Wilcox at Kenesky, he should be able to help you. I believe he designed most of the TPS line.

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9 minutes ago, motowngoalie said:

I don't know, however if you get in touch with Dave Wilcox at Kenesky, he should be able to help you. I believe he designed most of the TPS line.

Modified 60.  Baseball style closure.  Similar to the Bionic, Summit et al

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