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  1. I would love to see the effort for the sake of content!
  2. These pads also have a professor strap. I think that is a key to minimizing the need of the elastic knee block strap. Unfortunately, I won't be on the ice anytime soon with the pandemic
  3. The knee block itself is mounted directly to the core of the pad. This is a much different design than anyone has seen before. The role of the strap is much different here.
  4. Here’s some comparison pics with the 2X Pro Both pads are a size L
  5. Will be the most remembered set from this season
  6. To my knowledge, Trav's specs are usually soft. He used a GNetik pad with Brian's. He also is on the ice 3-4 times a week minimum. He absolutely destroys his pads. That is one thing you cannot deny. He brutally tests his gear. NHL guys would give up on gear well before he does
  7. I communicated with "Philly Mike" on IG. He knows the owner and is helping him? Apparently, they have safety data and they will release it. This is exactly what the industry needs. Don't say "it's better because it has more surface area". Say "in impact testing, we had good results because of feature X and here is the data". Interestingly enough, there's generally a correlation between weight and safety. The heavier the helmet is, the more impact is can absorb. why? Because generally speaking, density = absorption. Things that are dense are usually heavy. My first question to Philly Mike was about the weight. He said it's not heavier than any other other maks and feels it's very light. Fascinated to see how this plays out. To me? Best case scenario is that Onezee sells / licenses the design to a big player who can couple this with an engineered liner.
  8. I do personally, but that is a matter of preference. If you are comfortable wearing a dangler, you should wear one. More protection is always betters
  9. TheGoalNet

    Warrior G5

    @TGC-Rance is able to sell these super cheap with a launch special. Give them a call if you are thinking about ordering. Phone: +1 905-773-9273
  10. Crazy. The visual between those two is very deceiving. Appreciate the pics!
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