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watchgreat

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watchgreat last won the day on December 1 2012

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    One100s flopped
  • Stick
    P92 x60
  • Gloves
    Bauer 4-rolls
  • Helmet
    Reebok 8k with white fm480
  • Pants
    one95
  • Shoulder Pads
    one95
  • Elbow Pads
    reebok 7k
  • Shin Pads
    one75

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  1. Helmet: REEBOK 8K w/ Oakley Pro Straight Sweater: HockeyRefShop Reversible Jersey Pants: Steven's Padded Pants Shins: Bauer Supreme 1000 Skates: Bauer 190s soon to be True Pro Custom
  2. I'm curious to what every wears for reffing? What are your setups?
  3. QFT and I guarantee that people who claim to have loved these sticks would still end up with the newest model in their hands. Not only that but if people knew they were selling the same exact stick over again sales would tank.
  4. Not likely because of the offerings, probably because what they received as test sticks from Warrior.
  5. http://www.ebay.com/itm/Pro-Stock-Tron-Hockey-Visor-Shield-AHL-Flags-Decal-4-Helmet-Oakley-IceHogs-/281161044306?pt=U_Hockey_Fan_Shop&hash=item4176811152 For some reason I doubt this is from an AHL team....
  6. Fused extension. That is the tenon from it being cut.
  7. No but if you cut them correctly you can fit blades into them.
  8. Yes, the elliptical taper. Not only that but the sticks are fused above the taper not in the traditional spot near the blade. I wonder if anyone could successfully take the taper portion of one and combine it with the top part of another stick.
  9. They are replacement parts. Therefore the patent doesn't stop step from making the blades.
  10. If this is the case I don't see why Bauer would go through the hassle of patenting the shape unless they just want to prevent other manufacturers from trying to copy their quick release holder idea.
  11. Its funny because that is not even a good price for those gloves even in a normal pair......
  12. O44 is the SE totalone. O33 is the normal totalone. I had a typo on my original list that I posted and thats why there has been confusion on that. All se means is that it is the more durable model that is sold in Europe and sometimes you can find them over here.
  13. Product: Reebok 11K Pants - Size: Large - Color: Navy Background: 5' 10", 155 Pounds - Forward/Defense - Playing Midget AA Previous Pants: Bauer One95, Warrior Franchise Fit: The fit on these pants is great. I have used numerous other pairs of high end pants and nothing compares to these in my opinion. From what I can tell the way these pants are made seem to be similar to a shell and girdle except they are a one piece pant. The inner portion of the pants can be adjusted for tightness with an elastic and velcro strap. I have it set to the tightest possible and I feel a snug fit as well as great mobility. These pants really move like they are part of my body and they feel great. Because of the great fit these are my favorite pants to date. (10/10) Protection: The protection on these pants is also like nothing I have ever worn before. I love to block shots and wearing these pants makes it easy. I can go down and get hit with a slapshot and most of the time I leave the scene without even a bruise. Im also a very physical player and I have no complaints wearing these in the high traffic areas such as the corners and during high speed collisions at center ice or in the slot. I feel like these pants fit like a much less padded pant but they have the protection of the bulkiest pants. Overall I am extremely impressed with the 11K pant. (10/10) Weight: The 11K may not be the lightest pants on the market, but that is to be expected with most well padded pants. While on the ice they really do not feel heavy because of the great fit. A good simile for this would be like in sticks such as the Mako, they aren't the lightest but the great balance makes it feel great regardless of what the scale actually measures. Because of the actual weight I have deducted a few points but overall they do not feel heavy on your body. (8.5/10) Durability: For the most part these pants are durable. I do have a few problems with some threads coming loose. The reason I deducted points for this category is because after not even half a season of use one of the elastic velcro strips that's on the inside of the pants completely came off. I need to get it fixed by a shoe repair shop or something similar. (8.5/10) Intangibles: Pretty much everything I wear on the ice is Reebok. I wear 11K Shins, Shoulder Pads, Elbow Pads and these pants of course. I also wear the 8K helmet. That being said the pants seem to fit great along with their other equipment. My gear seems to fit well together and it "flows" nothing looks weird or out of place. The pants have a great look to them and performance to back it up. (9.5/10) Conclusion: During my time wearing these pants I am genuinely impressed. I have recommended these pants to everyone I know in the market for new pants and about a fourth of my team has started wearing them. These are an overall great piece of high performance equipment and they are sure to please from peewee to pro. (9.75/10)
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