Kayen Posted October 3, 2017 Share Posted October 3, 2017 (edited) This thread will feature several chest protectors I have used over the years. I'm never one to leave my units stock. Looking back, I'm almost ashamed at how bad some of them are though.... lol.http://i137.photobucket.com/albums/q207/Viettxboii/FxCam_1310586846864.jpghttp://i137.photobucket.com/albums/q207/Viettxboii/FxCam_1311364135719.jpghttp://i137.photobucket.com/albums/q207/Viettxboii/FxCam_1311364135719.jpg Ended up using the Vision unit unmodded for about 3 years. Then got around to opening up the arms and shoulder floaters and beefing them up, as well as adding the wrist straps from the old Brown 2200 over. If you all haven't been able to find out yet... i'm a little mod happy... Added a belly mod (in the navy) onto the Vision. This piece clips in via slik clips and doesn't hinder mobility at all. Inspired by the LT98's design. Might re-add this to my Warrior unit at a future date. Used the Warrior Unit with the CCM floaters and CCM arms for awhile, but my (bad worksmanship) stitching came apart and was too lazy to redo it so i just velcroed the stock floaters back in. My main issue is the bottom flap would always fold in on itself and catch on the belly blocks. I solved this by running a lace through the loop on the body as well as the back of the floater (see pic with the CCM floater where i attached bottom of the floater the same method) in order to keep the floater from shifting too much compared to stock - this must have been an issue since they removed the bottom part completely on the floaters found on the G2/GT chest protectors. Mckenney arms were more mobile than the CCM arms, but much less protective, so i moved back to the ccm arms. This is how the unit sits as of now. I don't Have any active intention on changing it soon. Protective and mobile as is. The white pad is to have the floater sit more square and to soften up rebounds hitting me in the shoulders for an easier smother. Edited September 8, 2021 by Kayen 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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