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Shoulder Pads

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  1. Hi, In the gear sighting thread there was mention of a Jofa branded CCM1899 pad on sale at ProHockeyLife. Does anyone know if they still have them on sale? I couldn't find them on the site and a search on here only gave the gear sighting thread. Many thanks, Aaron
  2. Hi there! Hope you can help me with the correct shoulder pad sizing. I can have these Bauer Supreme One.8 shoulder pads at a really sweet price. They are sized Large (5). I am 6'1", 170-180 lbs, chest size is 39 1/2". So technically i fit somewhere in between sizes Medium and Large, according to Bauer shoulder pad sizing guide. I don't have any local hockey stores nearby so all i can try on is these Large One.8's. Lengthwise, they meet my size Large girdle just right at the spine area, and cover my ribs at the front nicely. As for width, i stretch velcro straps to their maximum position to sit firmly on my chest. One thing i don't quite get is if the shoulder caps are sitting right? I will be playing in contact league, but the level of play is average. If there are other guys with similar body proportions, please feel free to post which model and size shoulder pads you wear. I took 2 pictures of myself with and without shoulder pads on if it helps.
  3. EvilPepe

    Eagle Aero Pro Pants & Shoulders

    Howdy folks. Both are lightly used (6-8 times). Prices include shipping within Continental US. Really well made, I just prefer a girdle and don't use shoulder pads often enough. Knock $15 if you want both. Aero Pro Pants - Size 50 - Black - $55 Shoulder Pads - Medium - $45
  4. Hi guys, I am looking for a low profile shoulder pads to replace my bauer vintage pro. I need low profile shoulder pads because I have really wide shoulder compared to my height. I used to wear vapor x7.0, too. But x7.0s are too bulky, and they made me look like Hulk. I've been looking RBZ 150s and C9.0s, and leaning toward C9.0s because they are on a big sale now. I tried on RBZ and liked the fit and look,. unfortunately, I was not able to try on C9.0s because my LHS don't have Eastons. I need info on the following: 1. how low profile are C9.0s compared to RBZ shoulders ;2.Are C9.0 true to size? I fit well into RBZ Md and pretty much everything Md, What size should I get C9.0? Thanks in advance!
  5. I purchased my first set of protective hockey gear about a 6 months ago, I was looking to try out for my local high school team, after using the gear for 1 month I figured the restriction of movement and discomfort was being caused because the pads were not broken in but after a few months I figured I had not purchased the right gear. Being to late to return the equipment I learned to deal with it. Now I am looking to improve my gear and my game and I was wondering what the top protective equipment lines are for a combination of Maximum mobility and ideal comfort for elbows, pants, shoulders, and shin pads Let me know if you need more information to answer