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7250 Velocity 4 Catch Glove

The T 7250 Velocity 4 Catch Glove is a smaller version of the 7450 Catch Glove with a reduced size to fit the Junior/Intermediate goaltender. Users will find that this glove is slightly larger than most Junior gloves, however, making it ideal for young goalies looking for a Junior glove with a bit more catching surface. * Unique thumb tunnel for added glove control * Large catching surface with greater volume * Full access opening back hand padding for protection that can be opened for easy drying * Dual back hand control straps * Heat moldable for custom fit * Full flex seams in palm and internal padding for quick precise break-in * No binding cuff design for added blocking area * Flared molded front cuff for added puck deflecting and added wrist mobility * Double T web pocket reduces puck spin and helps eliminate pop-outs
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Questions & Answers for Vaughn Custom Sports 7250 Velocity 4 Catch Glove

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is the jr Vaughn velocity 7250 V4 a game ready glove?
Skill Level: Intermediate
Gender: Male
Age: 6-12
asked 2 years, 1 month ago
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Anonymous
on 7250 Velocity 4 Catch Glove
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answer 1
The 7250 will require a little bit of break in before you use it, just like all gloves will. However, it's not so stiff that you'll have to spend a ton of time baking it, flexing it, etc before it's ready to use.

If you want advice on how to break in your catch glove, please visit our goalie gloves shopping guide found here:
http://goalie.totalhockey.com/support.aspx?pg_id=144
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