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7250 Velocity 4 Leg Pad

The 7250 Velocity 4 Leg Pad is a high end Junior pad that uses superior materials in construction than pads that are typically found at this level. The design is identical fo the 7450 Senior Leg Pad but features a reduced size and only two (2) calf straps instead of the three straps found on the adult model. The pad even features adjustable knee lifters that are thinner than the ones found on the adult model so that the younger goalie can get the same features that the adult goalies get. The 7250 has a 10 inch width and it is slightly narrower and thinner than the 7360 Velocity 4 Intermediate Leg Pad. Younger goalies, or smaller Intermediate goalies playing at an Intermediate level will love the 7250's. * Full knee and leg cradle provide excellent pad control * New pro style thigh guard for increased performance * Inner edge balance stabilizer * High density outside roll for firmer pad edge * Wide leg channel for quick pad rotation * All stitched graphics * Durable Clarino micro fiber exterior * Flex-Pac internal stuffing allows for less rebounds and quick break-in * 10 inch width
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Questions & Answers for Vaughn Custom Sports 7250 Velocity 4 Leg Pad

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How much do they weigh?
asked 4 years, 10 months ago
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A pair of Vaughn 7250 leg pads, size 28.0" weights approximately 11.11 pounds.
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answered 4 years, 10 months ago
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Are these pads a good choice for a 13 year old goalie?
Skill Level: Intermediate
Gender: Male
Age: 13-18
Frequency: More than 5 times per week
asked 4 years, 8 months ago
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 - MN
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The Vaughn 7250 leg pad is a great choice for a 13 year old goalie. This pad offers great protection, comfort and durability at a affordable price.
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