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    CCM Extreme Flex 4 33+1.5
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    CCM Extreme Flex 4
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    CCM Extreme Flex 4
  • Chest & Arm Protector
    Passau
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    CCM Pro-stock
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    Protechsport Full Kevlar
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    CCM
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    CCM RBZ
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    PAW Custom
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    Bauer Supreme

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  1. Here's CCM sizing per the 2019 catalog. CCM switched to using millimeters as the measurement of the runner length/sizing instead of a numerical size with the XSG holder.
  2. Here's a pic from the 2018 Bauer catalog. So for D widths for Bauer, a 9 and 9.5 are both a size 9 steel, and that's consistent throughout. Pretty easy. However, this changes when you've got an EE skate. Basically if you're a EE width, you round up. Size 10.0 EE would be a size 10. But size 10.5 EE would round up to 11 and be a size 11 steel. From here, you can refer to the package for the Bauer steel, which has the measurement in millimeters written at the top of the box, if that's what you're looking for; size 8 steel is 272 mm, for example.
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    44 page PDF saved from Goalies-Only.com.
  4. Some crazy deals to be had at Goalie Monkey - https://www.goaliemonkey.com/brick-wall-specials CCM Premier Pro leg pads at $669.98. CCM Premier Pro blocker at $164.98. CCM Tacks (Pro) skates at $224.98. Bauer MyFlex bars at $4.98. 🤣 They've got SR level gear too, as well as some youth and junior. Monkey must be losing money on these items - a lot of these items are priced at 60%+ off original retail price. They seem to have a ton of colors of for the Premier Pro blocker, and lots of sizes and colors on the Premier Pro leg pads and plenty of sizes for the Tacks skates. Didn't really look at the SR level price points, so YMMV there.
  5. I was about to say that, too. Looking at their sizing chart, it doesn't seem they are making one yet. - https://www.stepskates.com/public/images/wbr/uploads/hockeycat/STEP_Hockey_Goalie_SizingChart_ENG_verso2019-LR.pdf
  6. ZeroGravitas

    CCM EF4

    One thing I like about the EF4 cradle over the previous cradles is that the rubberized landing zone doesn't absorb water like the older incarnations did. It's softer and grippier, too. Probably the most stable knee landing I've ever used in any pad.
  7. ZeroGravitas

    CCM EF4

    My sticks came in like a month ago, but I've been dealing with a sprained hand and a wonky knee so I only got to use these once. On the shaft, 142-3T refers to the curve, STE refers to the steep shoulders and 25" is the height (duh!).
  8. LKSJUL10 for 10% off. I have some of these. They are a little thin for my tastes, but they get the job done. I prefer the older Reebok Speedwick stuff because it is a bit thicker and feels more similar to cotton, rather than the slippery, synthetic, polyester(?) feel that these have.
  9. yes yes yes Marty Turco made a similar scheme look good! (Yeah, it's black instead of kelly green, but we can use our imagination!)
  10. ZeroGravitas

    Beer

    This was part of our college club hockey initiation on the first night of our two day tryouts 🤣 IIRC one guy did it in less than 2 minutes. He's a dentist now.
  11. Complete the Brian's customizer and save the code it generates at the end. You can print out the spec list too and bring it to the shop if you want to. This depends on the shop. My shop requires payment in full to place the order. Probably, but they likely won't budge. With Brian's, some custom options may result in an up-charge.
  12. https://www.ws-composite.ch/english/cowlings/
  13. Custom CCM E-Flex 4 sticks. Ordered 5/20/2019. Arrived 7/8/2019. 49 days, or 7 weeks.
  14. The knee and calf wedge (basically the butterfly landing surfaces) of the 2X are covered with CorTechST, just like 2X Pro. However, the rest of the 2X (face, sidewall, etc) is not CorTech, but some other synthetic leather. 2X Pro is 100% CorTechST throughout. I believe the X900 and 1X Pro were the same way in that the knee/calf of the X900 was CorTech while the rest of the pad was synthietic leather, while the 1X Pro was 100% CorTech. Bauer upgraded the CorTech material itself (CorTech vs CorTechST) with the update from the 1S to the 2S line. Vapor also benefits from the material upgrade.
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