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  1. Hey guys, just looking for some help with this. I bought a Hackva GM2608 goalie helmet quite a few years back to try playing in net. Long story short I no longer use it and it's just been collecting dust. I'm looking to list it on Sideline Swap and other marketplaces but I don't remember what size it is? I believe it's a junior but nothing beyond that, no indication on the mask from what I see. So whats the best way to determine this so I can accurately list it?
  2. I've been feeling unsure about whether I should go all in and get a Brown Hockey 2000 Jock or go with something more fitting and supportive like the Vaughn SLR Pro Carbon. When going back and forth and looking on the website I noticed the Intermediate 2275 Jock, and how unlike the 2000, It doesn’t have the Shock Roles. Now I'm wondering how this compares with the 2000? Specifically I'm wondering if it would make more sense for me to go with this model without the shock roles given my own concerns about the 2000 possibly giving too little support on its own due to it's Shock Roles keeping the cup further away from the jewels, and how the cup on the 2275 looks to sit closer to the body with its lack of shock roles. I get theres some cushioning inside both cups but I’d like to make sure theres not so much empty space in the 2000J that things are too loos. I’d like to feel comfortable and maybe have a little bit of support with out needing jock/shorts Again I get the “shock rolls” on the sides of the 2000 jock are there to cushion impact and keep the cup further away from sensitive areas, but would there be enough foam or cushion/material on the inside of the cup between the player so that things are relatively supported without the need of adding a jockstrap underneath? like I mentioned, Keeping everything together isn’t as important to me as making sure things are reasonably/comfortably supported, as opposed to being more loose to bounce around. though It looks like the cushioning inside the cup could possibly be enough to allow for things to feel comfortably snug/supported. Hopefully this would be enough helping keep the movement inside the 2000 to a minimum? Though back to the 2275 Jock, with its lack of side roles, I wonder if there is a potential risk for things slipping out during game, and whether the intermediate has a different/smaller cup than the 2000 with less accommodation? (Mind you I’m not lacking in that department) Any one who has experience with either jock or can offer any advice is appreciated!
  3. Pro Stock Gloves, Pants, Goalie, Bags Listing on behalf of a friend. All prices are USD and he'll ship directly from KC. Buyer pays snh. Skater stuff $40 used CCM gloves, used, 14s mostly, he has several pairs http://i.imgur.com/U31tHTl.jpg https://imgur.com/gallery/Fbya7 $120 new http://imgur.com/a/TZj5Y $25 CCM pants see tags for size and model http://i.imgur.com/WHluCFi.jpg http://i.imgur.com/PJjmbdz.jpg http://i.imgur.com/RHOf9uk.jpg better detail of the medium pair: http://imgur.com/a/ATMzc $50 St. Charles Chill bag, no brand tag that I can see, zippers are YKK, ID window, poly lined, reinforced bottom, outer dimensions = 35"x18"x18", he has 5 http://imgur.com/G3r8HUG http://imgur.com/WfrbmpA http://imgur.com/umDn3H3 http://imgur.com/yW1183t http://imgur.com/vCUQCbP Goalie stuff $50 Vaughn Vision goalie trapper http://i.imgur.com/OARViQn.jpg http://i.imgur.com/9zZvxBn.jpg $75 each or $200 for all 3, CCM wood sticks http://i.imgur.com/TQqSzSb.jpg http://i.imgur.com/81cdYb7.jpg $125 each Bauer composite sticks http://i.imgur.com/sxtcZr2.jpg http://i.imgur.com/nw1Ks4q.jpg $25 used helmets $30 new visors MODEL: VR831 (CLEAR STRAIGHT SMALL WITHOUT VENTS WITH SLOTS). New hardware available for an additional $5. https://imgur.com/gallery/GdKhe $175 Graf goalie skates. Size 11 https://imgur.com/gallery/wnVN0
  4. Hello All, Last year I was forced to play goalie for a lower-level beer league in short notice, so I ended up buying a lot of my gear from eBay. I was lucky enough to spend under $500 for everything, since I was (and still am) on a budget. Unfortunately 2 of the main pieces, my Chest Protector and Leg Pads, are causing some issues. I'll explain in more detail: I bought a Bauer Supreme One95 (not Pro) Chest Protector in size Medium for $85. It was in like-new condition. I can tell the arms are definitely a few inches too long because they tend to push my glove and blocker off a little, and also the elbow pads don't line up with my elbows. I looked at cutting and re-sewing the arms with a sewing awl, however, I am not sure how to approach this, and I definitely don't want to butcher them beyond repair. Also, they seem to be pretty bulky in the upper area, so I can't really turn my head without my mask (and throat protector) being restricted by the pads. So two questions: Is it difficult to mod gear while still having it hold up? Any suggestions on what to do with the upper area? My leg pads are Vaughn Velocity 7500 33+1. I am 5'7", and the pads seem to fit, it is just when I go down in a butterfly position my knees are exposed, and I have been hit there a few times. I definitely want to get some sort of protection there, but I also feel like the top of the pads should cover a majority of that area, is that correct? My concerns are whether or not the pads are the right size, or if I am going down in the butterfly position incorrectly. As far as protection goes, would you recommend thigh guards that attach to the pad, or knee/thigh pads that are separate? I mainly question whether or not I should get some new/used gear that addresses my issues. At the same time, I would save money by making some modifications to the gear. As I stated, it is a lower-level beer league, so the shots aren't ridiculously hard, but I still want to feel comfortable playing in my gear. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. I plan on going to Play it Again and our local hockey store to check out/try on some gear as well.
  5. What's the big deal? I've heard it over and over; "Don't paint your mask, it'll make it unsafe." "The paint could degrade the mask". Etc. But how bad is it really? I'm using the NME3 playing varsity roller hockey. I won't be sanding it. And I'm pretty sure painting my death cage isn't going to make it any less safe to use. The spray paint I got is the 2 in 1, kind that has color and primer. Plus my mask is already white. On the can it says good for wood, plastic, metal. Okay now that safety question is outta the way, onto the technique. I hear you're supposed to sand the mask first so the paint will grip, but I plan on being able to repaint the mask. Should I not sand it? I plan on it going like this: 1- prep mask by taking off cage, scrubbing any fingerprint grease off , covering all the foam with tape, take off backplate because I'm not painting that part. 2- spray paint first coat without sanding. 3-let it dry 4-add more coats if needed 5- tape off simple design 6- another coat 7- final with clear gloss finish 8-dry & done Does that process sound right? Then if I get put on another team I'll sand it. So basically my mask will only be good for 2 paint jobs. I think.
  6. Some of you have heard this in other posts of mine... but 50yo noob pond and driveway hockey YEARS ago been playing out and skating for a month.... during a no check game , on D, I fell going for a puck dumped to our end,, tore an ab( dr said had to be tweaked before I fell and could of happened sneezing or coughing too) and had internal bleeding, hospital stay, and told no work for a month or hockey.... I am I Firefighter for a career, so not in terrible shape but not a calendar guy either. ( I have a repaired left tibial plateau, (broke leg vertically) and already have had 1st heart attack( 2 stents and cleared for work) I have always been more of a hundred yard dash guy as opposed to a cross country runner. considering switching to GOALIE, I had a full set of MYLEC street/driveway stuff in the old days ( with the JASON mask) and played plenty of 5 on none, where you knew you were gonna get beat but had a blast doing everything possible to not get beat. even HEXTALL ankle swats do you guys think I am safer as an older guy sitting in net? or am I safer out skating?? will only ever play in beginner or over 40 divisions or open hockey or the firemans friday night pickup league and if this is deemed a safer position for me, I am looking for gear, possibly used to save $$, I am 5' 10" 200lbs 34W x30 long jeans .... my skating gear now is adult large how do I size the leg pads so I can compare prices of stuff out there, do I have to do same with gloves? blocker? guessing other pads and mask would be adult large.... would probably buy new goal skates unless found some fantastic used deal. will get neck protector too... the cat eye masks look like a puck could get through that hole... certified mask? or one that says nothing about certified in the description? what is considered an "entry level shot? some gear says designed for that... what if someone gets off a shea weber evil twin shot? do goalies wear 2 cups? sorry if this an off base, goofy post any help would be great... thanks
  7. Hello everyone. I was recently asked to play goalie for a novice league (since I can't skate out). I have been looking up some used gear online, and found what I think is a pretty good deal. He is asking $400 for everything. He said the helmet was used once and he paid $400, the skates fit a 9.5 shoe, and he "thinks" the pads are 33". Due to the lack of detail I have asked for more pictures other than what he has provided. Overall, what do you guys think of this deal? Obviously it is hard to tell without seeing it in person, which I am going to do this weekend. What should I typically be looking for when it comes to used goalie gear? I appreciate your help in advance.
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