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  1. Updated prices
  2. Hey guys have a couple of things that have been sitting in our locker room for a bit too long. All are used if you think my prices are off just let me know. I am ball parking these things and just an FYI all the money is going back to the team. Easton S-19 Helmet (no cage) - Large Black ~ $50 $40 Decent shape. Doesn't appear to be used to much. No major cuts or dents. Super light. Two sets of shin guards both are 16inch Jofa 5080 ( i think. the numbers are a bit scratched off. if someone recognizes it to be different let me know) - $35 $25 The liners are kind of worn but they can be replaced. knee caps in good shape. Jofa 3500 - $25 $15 these are definitely used and may need some TLC. also will be putting a bunch of sticks on here so check back soon buyer pays for shipping. Message me with any questions or concerns Pictures (also not very techy so someone please tell me if this link is viewable only) Thanks
  3. Thanks everyone for the info it is much appreciated. KG i do have a super weird foot shape. I've gone to shoe stores and the reps have looked at my feet and just laughed. Buying shoes is next to impossible. I also have about a 1.25-1.5 size difference between my right foot (bigger) and left foot. I was really hoping the nexus line would offer me something as its the deepest skate which is something i need due to a pretty substantial arch as well as a wide forefoot. I did a tracing and measurement of my foot (probably a bad job) and came up with this Right foot- Lenth from center heel to big toe 27.5 cm -10 7/8 inch Forefoot width 10.8 cm - 4 1/4 inch Heel (2 inch from back of foot) 7cm - 2 3/4 inch Heel (1 inch from back of foot) 6.4cm - 2 1/2 inch left foot- Lenth from center heel to big toe 24.15 cm -9.5 inch Forefoot width 10.5 cm - 4 1/4 inch Heel (2 inch from back of foot) 7cm - 2 3/4 inch Heel (1 inch from back of foot) 6.4cm - 2 1/2 inch
  4. First, I apologize if this has already been talked about or if this is the wrong place... but i could not find this specific question and am slightly limited with what i can try on at my LHS. I am looking for a little bit of help regarding the fit of the Bauer 1N skate. I am most concerned with the heel width. I currently skate in Bauer APX in a Size 8 and EE Width. They fit OK but my heel does not stay in place and ive basically shredded a hole in the inside of both of the skates (happens to everything i own..shoes included). If anyone has any info on the skates or opinions one way or another to help me out it would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
  5. Just wanted to give all of you injury prone folks an update... and a little advice. I had surgery on my Left wrist ( Hamate Bone Fracture) in early April. Turn around time for surgery was 6-8 weeks, 2-3 of which was spend in a miserable cast. I originally broke the bone in (i think...) January of 2015 so needless to say I had been living with the injury for a while. Couldn't play hockey (even though i tried) and couldn't swing a golf club. I would definitely recommend looking for the right doctor that you feel comfortable with as i went through 2 different doctors. if anyone has a wrist/hand/upper extremity issue and needs a doc let me know (Live in the Atlanta area) This is basically what i did and the injury that i had. http://www.fishstripes.com/2015/6/29/8859347/giancarlo-stanton-injury-explaining-the-hamate-bone-fracture If you think you're injured the advice from me would be.. 1) Don't be a hero...Go get looked at by a qualified professional- sounds easy enough but I was misdiagnosed on my right wrist injury (scaphoid fracture) and have lived with a non union fracture for the last 8 years. Had to sit in the doctors office and let him tell me i had TWO broken wrists.. Surgery on my right wrist is TBD 2) Don't wait- if they recommend surgery it probably means you need it. 3) Rehab- Not everyone will have a great experience like i had but generally speaking the rehab people mean well. You should listen to what they have to say. 1 down and 1 to go. luckily i got the green light to play hockey and golf again. Shot an 84 last week after almost 2 years away from the course. cheers, Chris
  6. In the same situation as all of you in here. Always been in vapors (EE). When talking about the Nexus skates are we talking about a D width or EE width. I imagine that would make a difference in the heel size. Pretty Limited in store options so i am open for suggestions. Thanks
  7. Ive actually broken both wrist and my best advice would be to be sure you are comfortable that things are as close to 100% before you play again. Definetely do your rehab to regain motion and strength. i know that sounds slightly obvious but your wrist takes a bit of punishment when playing that you probably didnt even know until now. Depending on where you broke your wrist you may have a loss in strength, which forced me to dropped down a notch in flex (100 to 85/87). Additionally you could tape your wrist for support. Everyone is different so just be honest with yourself
  8. 85 shipped... Does anybody want this thing?
  9. Pics of curve. http://imageshack.us/g/1/10077324/
  10. update on price
  11. http://blog.hockeygiant.com/2010/07/combat-hockey-sticks-high-caliber.html I would say its a mix between a Drury and forsberg. Hope this helps.
  12. Basically Brand new Combat 45 Cal Reloaded. Right handed 80 flex SC curve. Stick measures about 57 inch from heel to end. Used twice for about ten minutes of a mens league game. Blade has small mark on the face (no cracks or chips). Asking for 110 shipped CONUS. If you have any questions let me know. Asking $95 shipped... or Best offer.
  13. Just wanted to give my two cents. I have used both sticks in an 87 flex and I would have to say that the Nexus "feels" softer. I don't necessarily think that the Nexus has an overall softer flex, but due to the two different constructions I felt like the Nexus gave me more feel overall. This may have been my personal experience, but coming from the One95 ( used religiously in college) I was not to happy with the feel of TotalOne. I know they changed the blade construction from One95 to the TotalOne and this may have caused some of my dislike. Because of the small sample size this may not be the same for everyone, but my TotalOne broke after about a month and a half. Very disappointing. The Nexus, up until last week, was amazing. Sadly it broke after about 3-4 months which is a pretty decent run for my sticks. I will admit that it lost some of its pop about a month ago but some how in the last week of its life i was starting to enjoy it again. I have had this same experience multiple times in the past so I wont hold it against the stick. I rarely take slap shots, but i felt like when i did there was no loss of velocity or loading time as have been mentioned by others. Very quality stick and performs as good as advertised. I am sure the totalOne is fantastic for certain individuals but it just was not for me. Just an FYI Both sticks broke in the middle of the shaft...... If i will say one thing bad about both sticks.... the price is absolutely ridiculous.
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  15. Hey I just read your topic and I wanted to let you know about EvoShield. I know my profile says I work for them but I don't anymore but i still think they make a great product. If you want more information I still have friends who work there and they can answer any questions you have. Go to http://www.evoshield...hirt-p/a100.htm and check it out. Its cool stuff and like I said I don't work for them anymore so this is just a recommendation.