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  1. The Hockey Shop has some in stock https://www.thehockeyshop.com/collections/goalie-catch-gloves-senior/products/ccm-axis-senior-goalie-catcher-580-break-angle?variant=32088954273858
  2. I’m also a female goalie (5’4”). I wanted/needed a senior glove since I play with the guys as well as the gals. I didn’t find the protection good enough in intermediate gloves. I have tried many different manufacturer gloves and found I like Brian’s best. I custom order with pro palm. Although the catcher is stiff at first, I am able to work it in nicely. Brian’s also has an option to leave it in the “break in” machine at the factory longer. The material they use inside the glove is really nice for small hands as well. It does not become slippery when it gets sweaty, so I don’t feel the nee
  3. My point wasn’t about making a goalie better in ability by wearing white gear, obviously that would be ridiculous. It’s that shooters consciously or unconsciously have a slightly harder time picking out the goalie’s position peripherally. And I’m sorry but I know players of all ages and ability will burry their heads and shoot without looking at the net...especially under pressure. And this is coming from someone who isn’t a fan on all white gear. My favorite set I owned was navy based. If you sit in a chair looking at your phone, say in a coffee shop with people moving around yo
  4. So I never really thought white gear gave any advantage in net. “It’s all in the goalies head”. I guess for a position that depends heavily on your mental strength maybe in itself that validates it as an advantage if the goalie believes it. I’m saving for a new set of pads and trying to decide on colours. The one thing I like best about dark pads is the ability to hide puck marks and keep the equipment looking clean. I did some reading on whether white pad theory is true or not. Well pretty much for every opinion that says it is there’s an opinion that say there isn’t. For beer
  5. Excellent info. Thanks ZeroGravitas
  6. So the exterior material is different? That was one of the things he told me was the same because they made improvements on it.
  7. I was at a hockey store recently and was looking at the vapor 2X pro pads. Big price tag $1900. The young guy working there told me, I could consider the senior level pad vapor 2X at a price tag of $1000. He told me they were very similar and the senior was almost as good as the pro. When I asked him for more details on the difference between the two, he could really tell be other than to say the internal foams were probably different. Does that really explain the $900 price difference? I could not find anything on line to explain the differences. Anyone have any information of the
  8. I understand that some are fitting their pads in. I haven’t tried, as that makes it too heavy to comfortably carry for me.
  9. It definitely seems well put together. I definitely like it for the price a I paid. I wanted a backpack goalie bag and the only other one I’m aware of is the Passau one (which is likely a similar price point to what this one will be...my guess). I like it better than Passau’s. The U opening is much more desirable. The size I like better. It appears to be durable material but not as physically heavy as Passau’s material. I like all the pockets inside. I haven’t been asked to give feedback yet to Pacific Rink. There are a few minor things I would suggest. Would I pay full price for one, I migh
  10. The Hockey Shop. 20% off today only, online only.
  11. I have 3 subzero gloves (one subzero 2 & two subzero 3). All pro palm. I have no issue with closure once broken in...and I’m female with small hands. I did have to break them in, just like the “old” days. Work the closure, tie them up, straight out play with them for awhile. The reason I bought pro palms is that I wanted them to last. I don’t want them broken down in a year. If I’m going to pay $500+ for a glove I want to get several years out of it. Two of them snap shut no issues, third one is still a work in progress but I’ve put it to the side for now (only purchased it because I he
  12. Nope, just the glove. That’s all the seller had. Pads would be too big anyway.
  13. It is a Halak pro return but it says it’s a Subzero 3. Feels like the same break as my stock Subzero 3. Has a few differences though with the shape of the cuff and how the back of it Velcro’s. ..now you’ve made me wonder. Perhaps it’s a hybrid.
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