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PBH

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  • Birthday April 11

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    CCM FT3 Pro
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    Vapor 2X Pro
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  1. "Damn Good Coffee!"- Cooper (Twin Peaks)
  2. No. We ordered some samples so I will know very soon. They look interesting. They do not.
  3. FT4 Pro tapered. Try on both 7.5 and 8.0
  4. Tydan is not involved in manufacturing Bauer steel. They only offer profiling and also the DLC coating for Pulse SS. 9/11/13 is a good design for a lot of players first adjusting to profiled steel. Its a good "all-around" option. You would sharpen them the same way you sharpen any other steel.
  5. It's very possible. I am friends with an individual who sells a ton of stuff on SidelineSwap and eBay. In fact, he is one of the largest sellers on SIdelineSwap. Anyway, he buys in bulk from all types of teams; AHL, ECHL, WHL, OHL, USHL, USPHL, NCAA, ACHA, and even some pro teams in Europe. Many times they don't provide a detailed itemized list, it just gives a summary; 200 CCM sticks, 200 Bauer sticks, etc. Recently he bought a large bulk sale of stuff from a team and we later found out some items were not genuine. With players being shipped back and forth between teams, going from Europe to North America, etc. Sometimes there are items that are not genuine that make it into the mix. The fact is most equipment managers struggle to keep track of inventory.
  6. They make them for Bauer. BAUER - XCBlade webshop
  7. To me it looks like a Jetspeed Team sticks that was dressed as a FT4 Pro.
  8. The new STX HALO gloves are by far the tightest fitting glove I have ever used. If you can find them that would be your best option (if you can get over the futuristic looks) Also, True Catalyst gloves are pretty snug.
  9. Tydan is very good. High quality steel. Just as good as STEP. If you want a high quality traditional style of steel, this is a good option. Massive is bad, the steel has too high of a tensile strength and tends to break/snap. Stay away. RamonEdge is very good. High quality steel. Just as good as STEP. Its slightly thicker than Tydan and STEP, roughly 3.1xmm vs 2.9xmm which can make it difficult to fit in holders. Bladetech is good steel. Sharpens nicely. Holds a good edge. Overall a high quality steel. It comes with a triple radius profile out of the box which some like. I personally didn't not feel the "flex force" spring effect. None of the customers that I have sold Bladetech to said they felt the "flex force" spring effect. Bauer Pulse and Pulse TI steel are also very good. Not as good as some of these other options but significantly better than the LS5. Have you considered Flare or XC Blade?
  10. The Carbon do push your arch up higher, and they are stiffer. The Comfort have a more flexible arch allowing the insole to collapse slightly when under pressure. We sell significantly more Comfort insoles than Carbon insoles.
  11. The carbon does push your arch up higher and is stiffer. T
  12. This is actually true. I spoke with a few of the VGK players as they come into the hockey shop all the time with their kids and they confirmed exactly what was reported. Crazy times we live in.
  13. Just use a digital micrometer and after once pass you'll know. Multiple such by the number of passes.
  14. That reminds me! Under Armour outlets sometimes have the really nice base layers that a lot of pros use. I picked up a pair recently since the pants were only $19.99 and the top was $9.99 https://www.underarmour.com/en-us/c/sports/hockey/ I have been very impressed with them
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