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  1. Yup these will work!
  2. The primary difference between SR+ and SR is the protection level. Like some have mentioned above, the SR+ has the doubled elbow floaters like you see on G5 Pro and GT2 Pro. The G5 SR model does not. The G5 SR also does not have the length extensions whereas the G5 SR+ does. The easiest way I can explain it (although not super detailed) is that the SR+ truly is just a step down from the G5 Pro model. The G5 SR is a conventional unit with lesser build of protection and additional features.
  3. Kirk3190

    G4 Thread

    Our pads do not settle so no issue there. One thing to keep in mind is the heel strap can really be used to move the knee block up/down by very minor increments. Whether that be tightening, loosening, removing or changing the angle of it. I am confident you'll get the right size (and we do have our Fit Guarantee Promise too -- Just in case).
  4. Kirk3190

    Warrior G5

    I think you'll be just fine with Medium!
  5. Kirk3190

    Warrior G5

    Medium Stiffness: This is our stock stiffness. Hypercomp reinforcements throughout the thigh rise section of the core. X-Stiff: This is a stiffness option we've offered to our European pros for a number of years. Yes, it makes the thigh rise stiffer than stock but in my personal opinion it's really more of a longevity stiffness. EU pros skate 6-7 days a week and put their gear through very demanding conditions. They require a core built to last for a long season and heavy use. We're simply bringing this option to retail custom now because there is an increasing interest from elite
  6. That's the goal! If you want the pads to work well, they need to fit well. Unlike any other piece of gear really leg pads are a big investment. We wan't you to feel happy with your purchase and play well in the crease!
  7. Fit Guarantee is for any Custom leg pad order. Simply put, if you order a set of pads and they show up and you wish you'd ordered a different size we'll take the pads back from you and build a new set in the desired size. Ultimately, we want you to be happy with your gear and feel your best in it. Full details can be found at the link here.. https://www.warrior.com/Custom-Hockey-Goalie-Fit-Guarantee.html
  8. Sorry, the images didn't post. Here they are.
  9. We have not seen any changes to our leg pad sizing. What some goalies might be experiencing is how versatile our sizing is because we use 0.5" whereas not all brands do on certain sizes (They go full 1" increments sometimes). So, changing your size slightly on a Warrior pad won't be a huge leap.. more of a dial it in kind of difference. We used to have a blog site with an article on sizing. The blog site is no longer up so I'll copy and paste the article here. (Sorry it's kinda lengthy!) You can right click on the diagrams to see the visual representations. Leg pad sizing can be confu
  10. Welcome! I echo what @dreadlocked1 said. The biggest difference between the two is the thumb angle. GT1 closes more with the finger area of the glove (70 degree). GT2 is more of a baseball style closure (75 degree) with a forward thumb position.
  11. Thanks for this! Hockey is a game of inches and the position of goaltending (from a coverage perspective) is 3 dimensional! A tape measurer does not tell you the full story of how much net you're covering.
  12. For any podcast listeners (or YouTube) give this interview I did a listen about our new G5, M1 and F1 products. I hope you enjoy listening!
  13. The 23.5" and 25" both sort of straddle the 24" on the market. Both are very close to the 24" obviously it'd just depend if you'd find slightly shorter or slightly taller a better benefit to your game. The index finger grip is similar to the V1 line.
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