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Optik 2 

35+1.5

• Max Core
• Softest Boot 
• 84 Deg boot 
• Rotation Strap 
• Offset minimized toe bridge (only 1 attachment point for laces)
• No outer knee flap
• No knee cradle on the back face of pad
• GNetik IV SBA/Nash knee landing 
• triple foam or thicker soft foam inside GNetik IV knee landing 
• Hard knee block 
• No boot strap 
• No heat transfer logos 
• TGN Spec Logo on inside thigh rise
 

Glove 

Optik 2

• 90 Deg Break
• Anchor T
• Black nash inside palm 
• Black nash inside T
• black Skate lace pocket 
• No heat transfer logos 
• TGN Spec logo on back of glove cuff
 
 
 

Blocker 

Optik 2

• Triple Anderson padding in front of the blocker glove and behind back side of blocker board
• SBA Grip on backhand area in blocker glove (not sure if that is stock or not?)
• Lexan inside the blocker 
• No heat transfer logos
• TGN Spec logo on backside of wrist

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14 minutes ago, Teezle said:

Are you concerned about the additional weight from the extra padding and Lexan in the blocker? I recall from one of the other member's testing that Lexan was significantly heavier than the standard blocker boards.

He added lexan to the IV TGN spec so I'm guessing he's comfortable with the extra weight

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On 9/16/2019 at 8:33 PM, TheGoalNet said:

Optik 2 

35+1.5

• Max Core
• Softest Boot 
• 84 Deg boot 
• Rotation Strap 
• Offset minimized toe bridge (only 1 attachment point for laces)
• No outer knee flap
• No knee cradle on the back face of pad
• GNetik IV SBA/Nash knee landing 
• triple foam or thicker soft foam inside GNetik IV knee landing 
• Hard knee block 
• No boot strap 
• No heat transfer logos 
• TGN Spec Logo on inside thigh rise
 

Glove 

Optik 2

• 90 Deg Break
• Anchor T
• Black nash inside palm 
• Black nash inside T
• black Skate lace pocket 
• No heat transfer logos 
• TGN Spec logo on back of glove cuff
 
 
 

Blocker 

Optik 2

• Triple Anderson padding in front of the blocker glove and behind back side of blocker board
• SBA Grip on backhand area in blocker glove (not sure if that is stock or not?)
• Lexan inside the blocker 
• No heat transfer logos
• TGN Spec logo on backside of wrist

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How tall are you? What’s your atk? 

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3 hours ago, Wrbsti15 said:

I may have been in a pad to big with the 36. I’m also 6’2” but my ankle to knee is 19.25”, what’s yours? 

How are you measuring? Everyone defines this differently. I can be between 17.5" and 19.5" depending on which ATK technique used.

Also, this is somewhat a matter of preference honestly.

1. Do you have issues where you feel like your pads are too tall?

2. Does your knee fall off the stack?

If the answer to both of those questions is NO, you're in the right size for you. Moving the knee block 1" probably is going to make or break your pad experience if you don't have issues 

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6 minutes ago, TheGoalNet said:

How are you measuring? Everyone defines this differently. I can be between 17.5" and 19.5" depending on which ATK technique used.

Also, this is somewhat a matter of preference honestly.

1. Do you have issues where you feel like your pads are too tall?

2. Does your knee fall off the stack?

If the answer to both of those questions is NO, you're in the right size for you. Moving the knee block 1" probably is going to make or break your pad experience if you don't have issues 

I measure from center knee cap to center ankle bone with slight bend in the leg. 

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4 minutes ago, Wrbsti15 said:

I measure from center knee cap to center ankle bone with slight bend in the leg. 

Standing or sitting??

Also, can you please answer my previous questions?

1. Do you have issues where you feel like your pads are too tall?

2. Does your knee fall off the stack?

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On 9/16/2019 at 8:33 PM, TheGoalNet said:

Optik 2 

35+1.5

• Max Core
• Softest Boot 
• 84 Deg boot 
• Rotation Strap 
• Offset minimized toe bridge (only 1 attachment point for laces)
• No outer knee flap
• No knee cradle on the back face of pad
• GNetik IV SBA/Nash knee landing 
• triple foam or thicker soft foam inside GNetik IV knee landing 
• Hard knee block 
• No boot strap 
• No heat transfer logos 
• TGN Spec Logo on inside thigh rise
 

Glove 

Optik 2

• 90 Deg Break
• Anchor T
• Black nash inside palm 
• Black nash inside T
• black Skate lace pocket 
• No heat transfer logos 
• TGN Spec logo on back of glove cuff
 
 
 

Blocker 

Optik 2

• Triple Anderson padding in front of the blocker glove and behind back side of blocker board
• SBA Grip on backhand area in blocker glove (not sure if that is stock or not?)
• Lexan inside the blocker 
• No heat transfer logos
• TGN Spec logo on backside of wrist

566C2E65-8B65-46F8-9E97-8B74886C29C7.jpeg

What’s with the “triple foam or thicker soft foam inside GNetik IV knee landing “ just curious if that has any downsides and why you feel the need for it

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3 minutes ago, TheGoalNet said:

Standing or sitting??

Also, can you please answer my previous questions?

1. Do you have issues where you feel like your pads are too tall?

2. Does your knee fall off the stack?

Standing. I don’t fall out of the cradle no. 36 feels on the taller side. 35 might give me better mobility and keep a slim knee Pad. I’m using the stock brians knee pads with Bauer g form sleeves but need a softer knee pad cause my knees have been sore. 
 

pics of a 36” pad 

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2 minutes ago, Wrbsti15 said:

Standing. I don’t fall out of the cradle no. 36 feels on the taller side. 35 might give me better mobility and keep a slim knee Pad. I’m using the stock brians knee pads with Bauer g form sleeves but need a softer knee pad cause my knees have been sore. 
 

pics of a 36” pad 

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If you move to a smaller pad, your knee would probably hit on the green line on a small pad. If you don't want to buy new pads, I could suggest trying some looser strapping so the pads falls down on your a bit and lands higher on stack as you butterfly.

This is why I personally am not a big ATK guy. I think your comfort level in the pads, how you strap them, and how wide your butterfly is can all effect how the knee stack works

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15 minutes ago, TheGoalNet said:

If you move to a smaller pad, your knee would probably hit on the green line on a small pad. If you don't want to buy new pads, I could suggest trying some looser strapping so the pads falls down on your a bit and lands higher on stack as you butterfly.

This is why I personally am not a big ATK guy. I think your comfort level in the pads, how you strap them, and how wide your butterfly is can all effect how the knee stack works

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I have 36+1.5 gnetik iv now and getting 35+1.5 optik 2 

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