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OldCY last won the day on April 4

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About OldCY

  • Birthday May 15


  • Skates
    Bauer Vapor x800, SuperFeet footbeds, Powerfoot inserts
  • Stick
    Bauer Vapor LITE700, Bauer Nexus 2900, True A4.5 HT (all Sakic curve), LizardSkins grips
  • Gloves
    Bauer Supreme S170 B/W, True XC5 Black, CCM FT370 Black/Red, Warrior QRL3 Black/Yellow
  • Helmet
    Bauer ReAkt 150 w/ Ronin MK1
  • Pants
    Bauer Vapor x900, Warrior Covert QRE Pro
  • Shoulder Pads
    Bauer Vapor x900
  • Elbow Pads
    Bauer Supreme S190, Bauer Vapor x900
  • Shin Pads
    Warrior Alpha QX
  • Hockey Bag
    Warrior Q20 Wheeled

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    Hockey, Burritos and Black Metal
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  1. Per his Instagram he had this on his gloves prior to current events…
  2. I have tried that on occasion in warm ups. The over the tendon guard look I call it “the Swede”. Always feels too restrictive. Pull the sock off after 5 minutes.
  3. He did that on the rangers
  4. I used those before I made my kydex version. They are very good.
  5. No disrespect to Brendan Perlini but Bauer isn’t going to tease a new Supreme skate by showcasing it on: Brendan Perlini…
  6. Sure you can. I’ve removed it and taken off the tape residue. I replaced my first set that was just standard kydex with a black carbon fiber pair. Use a hair dryer to heat the leftover adhesive and it will come off. Do NOT use any solvent or alcohol pads, it will remove finish off the skate.
  7. I didn’t find any. The only thing I found that was helpful was to take blue painters tape, apply to area of skate that you want covered and trace it. Lift the tape off and put it on some cardboard and then cut it out. That becomes your template. Trace the template onto the kydex and use the rotary tool to make the initial cut. Use a sanding bit to smooth out the edges then bake in the toaster oven 250F for about 4-5 mins. Take it out right away and shape it to the area on the skate you are covering. Should be obvious but wear heat resistant gloves. I just used a pair I use for cooking they were fine. Double check the edges to see if they are smooth enough to your liking and then use double sided tape to affix. Good to go and you saved some dough!
  8. DIY. very simple. purchase kydex, rotary tool and a toaster oven. I've done a few pairs.
  9. Update time: helmet: Bauer Re Akt 150 w/ Ronin MK1 shoulders: Bauer Vapor x900 elbows: Bauer S190 gloves: CCM FT370 (black/red) Bauer S170 (black/white) pants: Warrior QRE Pro shins: Warrior Alpha QX sticks: STX RX3, Bauer Nexus 2900, Bauer Supreme 2s Team, True A4.5HT ( all Sakic curve, LizardSkin grips) skates: Bauer x800 w/ SuperFeet Carbon, Powerfoot inserts. Rotate LS3 and Step
  10. I believe the sale precluded the 14 day free demo. I had to pay my own shipping, but you can reclaim the fee through PayPal if you purchased using that.
  11. Echo this sentiment. That flap is very rigid! I tried them on with socks also to see if they would be held down a little more when actually playing. It was like 50/50. the socks have to be consistently tight throughout an entire game. I like the pad but unfortunately I think I'll end up returning. The RX3 stick is nice though. good deal for 100$.
  12. Just for reference: son is 6’4” and wears medium ccm rbz 130. He is like 160 lbs. I think it has more to do w chest size than height for ideal fit.
  13. NY. Good luck. Holding out as long as possible before rink opens to take advantage of the warranty. just holding it does it feel well balanced?
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