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... this is the end of Solomon Grundy

I really like the wide leg channel. since the days of Reebok P4

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so on Optik I also made it wider

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on the Bauer, I sewed on the outer shin guard according to the old markings

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but as the thickness of the core has decreased, the inner lining has shifted towards the edge of the pad. along with the protection of the shin, the canal of the leg has become wider. not as extremely wide as Vasy's

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but definitely wider than stock

this weekend was done

sewed all parts of both pads and tightened the laces

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sewed on the top binding jenpro

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and the bottom binding, hiding the ends of the laces

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on this the assembly was over

then it was necessary to make a strapping

stock system CRS could not be restored, so I made the familiar and beloved system with a V-shaped elastic straps, which I did on both P4 and Optik

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since I did not yet know how long the harness would need, I decided to make it adjustable

Bauer envisioned optional leather straps for which there were already holes and which I expanded for a 2 inch elastic

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even at the stage of sewing on the nameless shin pad, I took two buckles left over from Optik

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and sewed them to Bauer

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before that I just sewed elastic straps into Velcro

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but why not make a fully adjustable system? all the more, this is Bauer! and I made my own analogue of the Tune Fit system

for this I took two buckles

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Remaining anchorages from Optik for integrated knee protection

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cut off one Velcro

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wrapped around the buckle and sewn

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passed the elastic strap through the buckle and secured it to the pad

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this straping system allows you to attach it to any part of the shin protector

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the toe bridge remained

took a piece of HD foam, cut and pasted

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used a new 6mm elastic cord

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cut to size, inserted into the toe bridge and attached Velcro

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for protecting the inner seam and repairing ridge cuts, glued on PVC protection

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well, here is the result of 1.5 months of work

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thank you all for your attention.

any feedback would be greatly appreciated

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22 hours ago, Nohtaram said:

Great project!!! Let us know how this kind of straping works wih Supreme pads.

thanks

I will definitely share my impressions as soon as I have the nearest ice with these pads. I don’t think there will be any cardinal difference - I’m used to this system and have been playing with it for 5 years already. And Bauer himself used it on Ultrasonic. but I'm still looking forward to the first time on the ice with them

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Before starting work, I measured the pads from the fold of the boot to the top

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the total length was 94 cm, that is, 37 inches, which corresponded to the Bauer XL (36 + 1)

upon completion I got a total length of 90 cm - 35.5 inches

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but at the same time, I left the knee stack position as on 36 inch pads. so now the pads are more correct to count 36-1))

the main reduction was in the elevation of the hip. but due to the greater angle of inclination, the pads should cover the 5th hole well even with a very narrow butterfly

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and now the most interesting

pad weight before

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and after

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less than 2 kg !!!

I don’t know exactly how much the Bauer's 35.5 ”stock pads weigh, but for me the result under 2kg is just impressive!

 

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