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  1. oguy

    where to buy gear

    I am wanting to buy a set of warrior G4 pads glove and blocker, the one and only store near me doesn't carry warrior at all and any site I visit online doesn't have the color and/or the size I need. Does anyone know where I could hope to buy gear online?
  2. my g4 pads just came yesterday that i bought from goaliemonkey.com. i went straight to training and i feel not comfortable enough. do you know how to break in pads properly? previously i used CCM Premier R1.9 pads for 1 year
  3. For Sale on lightly used Factory Mad 2 piece ultra light 2 piece pad. Size 34”+1. Pad width is under 11”. Pads have vertical stitching. Pads have 1 Velcro strap with 1 nylon strap behind knee. Calf area has 3 Velcro straps. Boot has 1 leather strap. Cordura on outside gusset of pads. Pads weight under 5 lbs. Couple of puck marks. Pads were used about 15 times. No smell. Always air dried with fan and dehumidifier. Asking for $675.00 usd. Plus shipping. Will quote you on shipping. Or local pickup in Chicagoland area. Only Shipping to US or Canada. Paypal only. Sold As Is.
  4. For sale 34"+1.5 Pro Kenesky pads, Blocker, and Boddam Pro Catcher with icicle design just like Garth Snow. Pads come with 2 knee blocks. 1 that I had PAW make thinner than the stock ones. Both knee blocks are cut to 45 degree angle. I also have Halo Strapping system and boot straps from Monster goalie. The toe straps are made by Kenesky with shock cord. Pads will also include the nylon strapping that came with the pads. Pads were only used about 8 times and are like new. They also weigh about 4.5lbs. Blocker was designed just like my Warrior G2 Blocker side wall. Palm is in great shape. Blocker is super light too. Weighing at 1.9lbs. Boddam Refuze Pro catcher has custom icicle design, pro palm, and double t with skate lace. All equipment had been wiped down and air dried after skating. Reason I'm selling is because I love my Warrior G2's. Sold As Is. Looking for $625.00 USD + shipping for all 3 items. Paypal only. Thanks for looking!
  5. Hey goalies, A little about me, I’m an 01, 220 lbs, 6’3, and will likely need new gear soon because I’m still growing. Unfortunately, I just got new pads at the beginning of this season (Bauer Vapor x700 36+2 ) because they fit my price range and level of play. I’ve played house my entire life, and although I’ve been good enough to play on travel teams, money and time scheduling never worked out for me. So, because I’m 16, I’m still growing despite my already large size. This puts me in the predicament of “No one really sells stock pads in the size you need” (said to me by a Pro Hockey Life employee lol). After some research it’s become clear to me that if I grow out of my current set, which I am estimated to do within the year, then I’m going to need to custom order my next pads just to have them fit me. There are a number of variables in play, most importantly price (Brian’s are $$$ for a 16 year old), and whether or not it’s worth it to get new pads if I don’t continue playing in college. I have minimum 1 year left in my hockey career, and even though I plan to keep playing, anything can happen. To get summarize, I’ll likely need new gear soon, and a custom order is the only way to go. I currently wear Bauer x700’s and am open to suggestions of what my next set should be. Brian’s Optik/Heritage is looking prominent, but any brand that will make stock pads my size would be nice. PS, I’ve always worn Bauer, so a change might be nice. Thanks, Jon
  6. Cruskater

    Pad Innovation

    Hey guys, anyone have any insight into whether a custom manufacturer like Passau is working on some of the pad "innovations" we have seen in the last year such as the speed skin/core composite/primo materials? Or the use of different foams to create the internal "breaks" in the pads? I am pretty close to ordering a custom set of Brian's Optiks, but after poking around Passau's website looking for some fixes for my current pads in the interim (which look like they will work great!, thanks Passau!) I like their work and craftsmanship. Looks truly customizable. I just have really good experiences demoing the 1x and 1s as well as trying on the Optiks at the local store. (As an FYI, I'm looking at a moderately stiff pad with a subtly curve to the thigh rise and am probably getting a Brian's FLY). Just wanted to be sure before I spend the $$$ on a set
  7. For sale: A nice set that's been used for a few months, but in excellent condition still. Looking for 1300$ + shipping (USD), OBO. Pad specs: -Vaughn V7 XR Pro Carbon -Pulse graphic in navy weave, white weave, and light blue -pro logos -35+2 sizing -Two leather calf straps, one velcro calf wrap, no boot strap -Mackenzie Blackwood specs: clean boot, extended outside calf wrap, nylon leg channel, solid firm knee block, slightly stiffer top of pad. -Modifications: leather strap at the knee has been removed (can be replaced), makeshift/removable "Professor strap" (believe it was Monster brand) -Notes: the sidewall of the left knee block has a minor cut and has a piece of PadSkinz over it. Blocker specs: -Vaughn XR Pro Carbon -Pulse graphic in navy weave, white weave, and light blue -Pro logos -No modifications, it's the same as stock Glove specs: -Vaughn XR Pro Carbon -Pulse graphic in navy weave, white weave, and light blue -Pro logos -No modifications, it's the same as sock -Notes: slight yellowing of white coloring on the cuff
  8. Finally selling my Brian's Focus set that I custom ordered in 2011. They are the best pads I have ever owned, but now I need to make room for my OPTIKS! Colours: White w/Bucky accents Reserve them for the beginning of/mid January! $500 CAD OBO (+ shipping) The pads: ATK = 17.5, Thigh = 12 One of my requests for the pad when ordering it was that I wanted the equivalent of a 34+1" pad, but with 1" taken off the boot, and added to the thigh rise. So I guess it came out to a 34+1.5" pad with a shortened boot? (pad is 35.5" total length) Anyways, some key features: I had them tweak the Focus graphic ever so slightly, as you can see in the photos. White with Bucky leather accents thigh buckle moved higher on outside of pad, lower on inside thigh (to help seal ice in the 5 hole, which is awesome, btw) inset toe ties (no bridge) strapping is as follows: 1 thigh, one knee, two calf, two boot double external breaks The pads flex really nice, but to warn you, the boot is fairly stiff. WEAR AREAS: _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ The catcher: The catcher I would compare to a 580 break (for all you Koho/Reebok/CCM guys). I liked it, but I found I wasn't able to catch anything in the fingers up position with it. When held in the right position, though, it catches so well. And I'm not going to lie, the glove is massive. It has a pancake shape, and whoever was the previous glove designer at Brian's had gigantic hands, so I had to cinch these down pretty tight. Some key features of the glove: Not a true one piece cuff, so still a little flexible. Still sturdy enough to over flex reinforced "T" same graphic tweak as the pads Zero G hand strapping. The Focus glove only came with one Velcro strap on the palm, so I requested two Overall, it's a great sealing glove, and has a good feel for catching pucks, very snappy. WEAR AREAS: _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ The blocker: The blocker has a removable foam pad on the wrist, which is VERY comfortable, and it's washable, too. The key features: I found the finger protection to be too bulky, so I had them remove it. I haven't had any injuries from it, but that's not to say it can't happen same tweaked graphic as mentioned above the palm is very big, I think because of the glove designer I mentioned earlier WEAR AREAS: Overall, there's minimum wear on this set, considering I played 6 seasons, around 36 games per season in them. They are solidly built equipment, and will be ready to ship once I get my OPTIKs (beginning of January?) Any questions, inquiries, feel free to PM me.
  9. i have cut my bauer 1s chesty for better fit. The chest are large and the arms are medium. And my pads, i have change the bottom original CRS stripe to my old reebok XLT stripe. The reason why it’s that i use the padbag to the rest of my equipment and i must be able to bear the pads. The leather stripe are stronger than the CRS stripe.
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