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* Lightest, state-of-the-art materials * E-Foam technology providing the lightest pad possible with a softer feel and more flex than ever before * Internal knee rolls cater to the knee giving flex while keeping a lightweight non-shrinking core * New innovative knee wrap system provides a comfortable, streamlined feel with thigh guard system * Custom strapping system allows goalie to use either Smart Strap or Conventional Strapping * Innovative Full-Flex Knee System - pad flexes from the inside-out providing the torque and natural feel a hybrid goalie desires * Full-Flex knee replicates the immediate hinge style movement like the anatomy of the knee * Double Knee Break * 80 Degree standard toe taper * Squared outer vertical roll * Max-sized knee cradle and stack * Thinned, squared thigh provides for perfect seal * Stock 3-3-3 flex (softest flex) * Extended calf wing for better stability in butterfly * Unparalleled Canadian hand-built craftsmanship
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