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Weight difference... warrior G4 vs Bauer S2 pro

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Anybody have experience with these 2 to compare weight?? Big difference?  Not enough to notice? Both are on my radar and cant make up my mind. I currently have Smith 6000 pads. 

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2 Completely different pads, and it depends on if you want Senior or Pro.  The weight difference will depend on what you're coming from along with your pad size. 

G4s are the lightest pad on the market, but keep in mind they're not the full 11" wide.  2S will be heavier, but not but much.  I went from GT Pros to Optik 2 and the weight difference isn't even noticeable.

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23 minutes ago, cwarnar said:

2 Completely different pads, and it depends on if you want Senior or Pro.  The weight difference will depend on what you're coming from along with your pad size. 

G4s are the lightest pad on the market, but keep in mind they're not the full 11" wide.  2S will be heavier, but not but much.  I went from GT Pros to Optik 2 and the weight difference isn't even noticeable.

I took out the tape measure after that whole pad width thread, my G4s are right at 11", if not a bit over. I wonder how much variation there is between pads. For a streamline manufacturing process, I'd think there'd be little to none.

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the g3 were under sized at under 11" they fixed it and made it at 11" for g4. for value the g4  and g3 senior is hard to beat

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