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7000 Leg Pad

* Double knee roll break for improved flexibility in the thigh rise * Reinforced leg cradle and leg wraps help keep the pad comfortable and properly positioned * Additional wing wrap calf protection for additional protection & support * Deep boot channel provides a closer fit to your body * Square top inside roll protects the five-hole * Adjustable thigh board with legal knee protector * NHL legal 11 width (SR) ; 10 (JR); 9 (YTH)
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The "description" says 11" wide. The "features" say they are 9" wide. Which is correct?
asked 4 years, 6 months ago
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Anonymous
on 7000 Leg Pad
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The 11.0" refers to the senior model. The youth model is 9.0" wide.
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