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7600 Chest & Arm

* Reduced weight speeds upper body movements and improves the overall fit * Larger shoulder floaters constructed with increased rigidity for greater blocking surface and protection * Constructed in three layers to allow complete flexibility while staying completely protective * Lower chest pad belly flaps allow the unit to stay positioned while in a deep crouched position * Shoulder and back pad adjustment system allow the unit to be more balanced with even weight distribution over the shoulders * Large shoulder caps with lower extensions fill in gaps around the arm pit area * Adjustable side chest pad wings give to the upper side-rib cage * Anatomically designed arms prevent unit from slipping out of position during play * High density reinforced main arm floater provides a firm blocking surface and aid in puck deflection
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Questions & Answers for Vaughn Custom Sports 7600 Chest & Arm

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How does the L and XL sizes compare for the V4 7600 chest and how does this unit compare to the 8800?
I currently own a large epic 8800 and it seems that its starting to get small. I'm 6'-1" and about 160lbs.
Skill Level: Advanced
Gender: Male
Age: 19-29
Frequency: 2-5 times per week
asked 2 years, 2 months ago
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Anonymous
on 7600 Chest & Arm
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answer 1
The 7600 Size Lg. fits an arm span of 70-72 inches and height of 5'10" - 6", and the Size XL fits an arm span of 73-77" and a height of 6'1" - 6'5". At your size, you might fit better in an XL.

The 7600 and the 8800 fit the same, and the sizing charts for each are the same as well. The differences will be in the size of the shoulder floaters, the design of the arm floaters and belly pad, and a few other differences.
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answered 2 years, 2 months ago
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What is the major differences between the v4 and the epic 8800?
I currently wear a large epic 8800, I'm 6'1" and am about 160lbs and this unit is beginning to get small. How much larger in the extremities are the XL compared to the L.
Skill Level: Advanced
Gender: Male
Age: 19-29
Frequency: 2-5 times per week
asked 2 years, 2 months ago
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on 7600 Chest & Arm
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Major differences between the two include:

- Shoulder Floaters: 8800 are a bit wider and there are two additional foam pads underneath. 7600 floaters are a bit more narrow and tapered towards the belly but they have an addtional, removable foam pad underneath for extra protection.

- Upper Rib Flap - the 7600's have an additional rib flap attached to the side of the chest pad near the arm pad area.

-Belly - same foam used in both, but the 7600 has a semicircular hinge design at the belly to help keep the padding in place when bending at the waist. The 8800 has a different design for this pad, but it does the same thing.

- Arm floaters - 8800 arm floater is angled on the bicep area, and the 7600 arm floater is cut straight across. The angled cut offers a bit more protection towards the bicep area, towards the outside of your arm.

- Material - arm material in 7600 is nylon, 8800 is "aerospacer mesh" for added mobility.

Regarding your Sizin question, the arms and the belly padding on the XL will be about 2" longer than on the size Lg.

I just checked inventory, and it looks like we only have an 8800 in a size Small as of this message (1/31/12). The 9500 is nearly identical to the 8800, however, so that is an option.
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answered 2 years, 2 months ago
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Chest protectors?
I currently use the 7600 chest protector and am looking for an upgrade. I want to stick with vaughn due to the great mobility i have with my 7600. Someone told me that the 7600 is more of a blocking style chest protector and the vision is a hybrid style is this true?
Skill Level: Advanced
Gender: Male
Age: 13-18
Frequency: 2-5 times per week
asked 1 year, 1 month ago
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 - Chicago
on 7600 Chest & Arm
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It would actually be the opposite. The velocity line, just like in their leg pads, are the hybrid line. The Vision, or new for 2013 Ventus, lines are the "blocking" style of pad and chest guard. We are just now getting in our Vaughn LT90 chest guards and should be on the site next week. I personally use the Ventus LT90 and Vision 9500 before that, and I love that style of chest. You really can't go wrong with either of the Vaughn chest guards.
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