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  1. JoeyJ0506

    CCM Fitlite 3DS

    CCM Fitlite 3DS Helmet (Navy Blue, Size Large, Paired with an Oakley Visor) Background: I have worn the original Reebok 8K helmet and Bauer 4500 helmet, but for the past five years-ish I have worn, exclusively, the CCM v08. The v08 fits my head perfectly, and I had/have them in a myriad of different colors. However, the foams, in a few of them, have started to turn yellow and hard. My navy blue v08 was the first to get to the point of being unusable (I used it the most of the bunch) and I replaced it with the Fitlite 3DS. I play 3-4 games/pickups per week, and I have a small history of concussions and long history of migraine headaches. So, it was important, in replacing my beloved v08s, that I be completely comfortable and feel very-well protected. Fit: This was, perhaps, where I was most worried about going to a new helmet. Because of my past history of concussions and migraines, I am very picky about what is on my head. From past experience, something as minor as a baseball hat fitting slightly too tight will result in a crippling headache. That being said, I am very happy with how this helmet fits. Between the no-tool size adjustment and the Micro Dial III occipital lock I am really able to dial-in the fit of this helmet. I also have a good deal of hair, and as the game goes on, and the hair gets soaked down, I am able to easily adjust the fit to keep the helmet snug, but not uncomfortably tight. The gel pads on the interior of the helmet are very comfortable, and as of writing, my hair is not getting caught in any glue, etc. (Which was something I hated about the Reebok 8K). 10/10 Protection: I believe in the concept that a perfectly-fitting helmet is the most protective helmet. With how well this helmet fits, I feel well protected in it. Fortunately, I have not been put in a situation where the overall protectiveness of this helmet has been put to the test. Minor jostling for position and work along the boards has left me no worse for wear. 10/10 Weight: Again, back to the way the helmet fits… because it fits so well, the helmet’s weight is distributed really well over my head. I do not notice that the helmet is there, I am not fiddling with it during the game. It does not get in the way. So, I do not notice any weight. It feels lighter than my v08s did/do. This helmet also breathes really well, I do notice that the sweat does not drip off of me the way it does when wearing a v08. This is a pleasant change, as I do not find myself having to towel off my face/hair/visor anywhere near as much. 10/10 Durability: The no-tool adjustment is really nice, but there are some pretty ugly scuff marks on the shell of the helmet from sliding the two parts of the helmet in and out. It is something small that really does not affect anything, but for a $260 helmet that has not taken any real damage or abuse, I wish this was not an issue. 7/10 Intangibles: The helmet feels really well put together. Nothing seems like it is on the verge of breaking (My 8K’s occipital lock seemed like it was held together with bubble gum and butterfly wings.) The helmet also passes the “mirror test” in my opinion, it looks good. 10/10 Conclusion: I am thoroughly impressed with this helmet. I was upset when I found out that the v08s were being discontinued because of how great they fit, the great protection they offered, and the very reasonable price they could be had for. I was worried, especially after I tried on the Resistance line and a few other non-CCM helmets, that I was going to have a very hard time finding something to replace them when they needed it. I am happy to say that I found their replacement. I also will have another one on the way (black/black) to replace my black v08 that has had the foams go yellow/hard. The price is a little steep, but to me, it is a price well worth it for a helmet that fits so well, and (in theory) will protect my head/brain. I would definitely recommend this helmet to anyone that is in the market for a new lid, and happens to have the head-shape that this helmet works for. Final Score: 47 out of 50
  2. CCM HP35 New York Islanders Third XL $50 plus Shipping
  3. First post in a long time... researching what new skates I want to get due to this.... I Stepped on the ice for the first time in a couple years today and I was wearing my CCM vector U+ from about 2008ish. They were in a climate controlled storage locker while I was living/working in Kauai, HI. Just wanted to share photos of both toe caps breaking in the same exact spot after my 3rd shift this afternoon. https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-jT4qwky-3peHhHMExCLTNmQU0/view?usp=sharing https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-jT4qwky-3pMjFFd2NHeDY5Rm8/view?usp=sharing
  4. CCM PP90 Shells (9K) Pittsburgh Penguins Small - 3 Medium - 9 M+1 - 2 Large - 6 XL - 2 XXL - 1 Brand New in the Bag $40 + Shipping
  5. Hi everyone, I'm relatively new to actually playing hockey and buying equipment so bear with me. I went the cheap route and bought a size Medium CCM FitLite 40 helmet/cage combo a few months ago to play hockey with, I put off playing for a while (school/work) so I never really got a chance to wear it in a game situation. I just joined a league at a local sports arena and its a pain in the ass to have sweat all over my face and not be able to wipe it off without undoing everything (don't want to go cageless or shield less), so I was wondering if a half shield would fit on this particular helmet? It says in the specs for the helmet that it is compatible with most visors but whenever I look at a visor compatability chart (Oakley, Bauer, etc.), my helmet isn't listed, so I don't want to waste money buying online for something that isn't going to fit. Today I was at a proshop and they had a Tron visor but it was too big for the helmet, the guy had to bend it to try and fit it with the screws and it bowed a lot and left a ton of open room at the top, so that didnt work out. Sucks because it was the only visor they had in-stock and it was only $30. Hope I'm not out of luck on this cause I can't return the helmet. Any help or visor suggestions (if possible) would be greatfully appreciated!
  6. (Shafts no longer available) Very lightly used CCM U+12 LE Shoulder Pads - size Extra Large (XL) $65 $60 shipped to USA OBO:
  7. Hi. I've noticed that on some CCM Tacks skates the word "ATTACKFRAME" is printed in all white letters, whereas on others the "ATTACK" is printed in yellow. Can anybody tell me what the difference between these skates is? Thanks in advance.
  8. retroXvertigo

    CCM Ribcore Reckoner RH 60 flex Datsyuk $160

    Brand new in plastic CCM Ribcore Reckoner. I received this as a warranty replacement. 60 flex, RH. Grip. Datsyuk curve. $160 USD + shipping https://m.imgur.com/gallery/ybrFg2I
  9. twiztidwrista10

    Gloves - Removing Extra Padding

    Hello all. My search didn't turn up quite what I was looking for, so here we go... Does anyone have any experience removing the extra backhand padding that is now commonly found on pro stock gloves? The model of gloves I'm more specifically concerned with is CCM's HG50 (CL500). How easy/difficult is it to remove this excess padding? Can it be done with a seam ripper? Any advice, instruction, or direction is appreciated. Thanks.
  10. SOLD Please Lock
  11. I currently have some CCM U+ Pro Skates in a size 9 EE. A few of the eyelets have broken/rusted off, and I accidentally ripped right through the boot (where one of the eyelets broke entirely) from trying to tighten my skates. I was looking at some new skates, and I would like to stick with CCM. I am aware that CCM skates have a few different models and they fit differently. My foot is rather wide, but I still would like a snug fit. I have to wear thick socks with my current skates to make sure I don't get blisters. They were baked when I first got them, but I would assume they need to be baked every few years to keep the mold of your feet. Does anyone have any recommendations on what CCM skates I should try that are comparable to the fit of my CCM U+ Pro's? Browsing on Total Hockey I saw the CCM JetSpeed Maxx 2.0 skates were on sale for $199. Does anyone have any experience with these? Any suggestions would be appreciated.
  12. I've recently been using the nxg girdle combo which I liked but I really would like to go to traditional pants but it's been so long since I've used them because the nxg's have lasted long enough. I'd really like to find a pant that isn't very bulky and has (don't really know how to word it) a good mobility to protection ratio I guess. I've been looking at either the stealth cx, ccm rbz, ccm ultra tacks, reebok 20k or 18k. I'm really stuck and it's starting to get really frustrating... why oh why do I have to be so picky... Lol. Thank you!
  13. So I normally always used a 77 flex(or 75 if i used non bauer) and when i cut it, it goes to roughly a 92-96ish flex. Well a buddy of mine recommended me trying out a higher flex and I did. I went to a 87 flex 1x. I feel like receiving passes has improved and battling for pucks has improved slightly. The main thing is definitely the catching of passes. However I feel like the flex for shooting just doesnt let me get all I possible can out of it. I'm 5'6, 150ish and when i cut down the 87 its roughly a 106 flex. So what would be the best solution for this? Go back to a 77/75 and just work more on my technique receiving passes or work on pushing down on the stick more? My next stick will most likely either be a ccm reckoner or a 1N if that dictates whether it will play softer or stiffer Edit: I feel like maybe the stiffer flex thing was in my head because my buddy said how even when you cut the stick, the bottom part is still built in a way that is still a 77 flex. For example no matter how short I cut it, the bottom of the shaft and blade are unaffected. Is it possible it was just in my head that I noticed a difference on receiving passes and puck battling?
  14. Currently wearing CCM CL500's and while I like how lightweight and mobile they are, they're not very protective (especially in the backhand.) Just wondering what are the best, most protective, gloves you've used? Thanks
  15. http://modsquadhockey.com/forums/index.php/files/file/189-2015-ccm-hockey-catalogue/ I will write the review once I've had more time with the product.
  16. Nyanad

    Jetspeed 280 vs RBZ

    Hello! I am looking to upgrade from my current x70 vapors which i absolutely hate. I've tried on a pair of 280JS and they felt really good. But there's a huge discount on the RBZ's right now too, and they are almost the same in price. But i am worried they could be too stiff for me (5' 4'', 132 pounds, rather intermediate than advanced skater). Is there a big jump in stifness between those two? Which one should I get?
  17. Hey guys, I'm looking for an elite pair of new gloves and skates (preferably retail.) For gloves looking for a short, wide cuff. In skates I'm looking for a comfortable boot and a good turning radius. Let me know if you have any suggestions, thanks!
  18. Hi folks, Currently using the QR1, 75 Flex W88 - enjoying it, but may be in the market for a new twig soon, QR1 price is a bit hefty. I've been looking around for some low-kick sticks and I haven't seen any comparisons between the CCM 30k and the QR Pro. Does anyone have any feedback? Preferences? Thanks!
  19. In my quest for elbow pads that fit me best I've narrowed it down to Reebok/CCM. So as the title puts it, do you think I would be better off in Reebok 20k's or CCM Tacks 6052s? I just got 20k Pros but I know the 6052 introduce d30 foams in the cap, is that worth it? They're the same price so that isn't a factor. I've spent a lot on elbow pads recently trying to find the right pair (my local pro shop doesn't carry much adult stuff). I'll be switching from Easton HSX pads, which fit nice at first but the straps have given out and they slide like crazy now. Thanks for any insight/help you can provide. *Thanks to Cosmic for pointing out the 20K recall to me.* Update: Decided to keep the 20K's and I'm glad I did. Used them for the first time last night and they were great, no slipping, and I even forgot I was wearing elbow pads. I was concerned about mobility coming from a 3-piece pad but it wasn't an issue.
  20. PM me if you think we can work something out, as I am open to trades if you have anything I may be interested in (Vapor 1X shaft 87 flex; or RH W88 Warrior Dynasty, RH P88 Vapor, or RH BASE BC71 Malkin pro replacement blades) All prices shipped to USA. $50 shipped - 100 flex Warrior Dynasty AXt1 shaft (cut down to 53.5 inches) - used once - both the shaft and the grip are in perfect shape- I just do not like any sticks other than super low kick point/ quick release type sticks (Vapor 1X, Warrior QR1/Pro, Reebok 40/30K) - which is too bad for me because I love this velvet grip of the shaft. - ** does not include the ButtEndz Twirl grip shown in the 2nd pic ** - the grip left a faint yellow residue on the shaft where the "drips" were. pro stock Warrior Franchise Anaheim Ducks size Large pants- used for about 6 months, playing 2-3x/week. Great pants, only blemish is some discoloration in the yellow interior (shown in pic). Otherwise, these things are tanks and fully intact. I have since become a girdle guy, but if I were playing in full contact or in a chippier setting (neither of which I have any desire for), then I think I would still be in these. (no longer available) (no longer available) size 6 Jofa 9044 Elbow pads - very rarely used. Some of the glue that holds together one of the velcro straps has come undone. I suspect it is an easy fix for someone reasonably handy. no longer available - CCM size Large Crazy Light Elbow pads- used for about 6 months, 2-3x/week - some fraying in the neoprene middle strap of each arm. I think that this has been a defect on alot of these pads. Interestingly, all damage seems to have occurred about 1 month into use, and has not become any worse since then.
  21. Hey everyone, I just picked up two pairs of CCM Ribcore 50ks in a 8.5EE and a 9EE and I'm trying to figure out which one to keep based on length. The 9 feels about the right length but I'm worried that when it gets baked and breaks in, that it'll be too long. It also feels just a hair roomy overall. I think if the skates ended up fitting like this after baking and skating, it would be a good enough fit. The 8.5 feels great around the heel but my toes are a little crammed in the front. Ideally, I'd want this skate but with a little more length (1/4" maybe). There is a lot of padding in the 50ks so I'm not sure how much it'll condense. I think the perfect size would be 8 3/4 EE. Any advice on which one to keep? *I do need the EE width as I have wide feet.
  22. Hey all, I've have my Easton S17's for a few years (which I totally love) and I'm noticing they're starting to flex more in the boot than I remember. I was looking at the CCM Tacks 2014s, but those are way too expensive at the moment. Does anyone have good recommendations for a similar skate? Stiffness, comfort, and durability are my priorities. Thanks!
  23. Hello All, I'm looking for replacement runners for my size 6.0D RBZ 90 skates. Here's what CCM says: Reebok and CCM General Sizing Guidelines Runner Size / Skate Size 255 / 6.0 263 / 6.5- 7.0 271 / 7.5 - 8.0 280 / 8.5 - 9.0 287 / 9.5 - 10.0 295 / 10.5 - 11.0 304 / 11.5 - 12.0 312 / 12.5 - 13.0 My question is, since RBZ skates run a 1/2 size big (size 6.0 in RBZ is the same as 6.5 in tacks) which skate size should I reference in the above chart? Do I go with the 255 or 263 runner size? Thanks!
  24. I've been looking at the pattern db, my Bauer, pictures of the vanek, and anything else I could find but I need definite confirmation on whether or not the p89 is similar/clone to ccm's/reeboks p45/p38 to me they look similar but I've had some good and bad with judging blades in the past I'm currently using the p88 and feel it's just too deep and wouldn't mind it being a tad more open which to me would be the p45 but I'd like to stick with Bauer so is the p89 a good choice?