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Vaughn Custom Sports 8800 Certified Cat Eye Mask

* Design constructed with a carbon fiber and fiberglass woven glass shell for reduced weight and superior strength * High pressure is pressure molded and heat set to provide complete uniformity to the shell thickness, which controls glass saturation giving consistent strength and weight * Contoured design reduces flat spots to dissipate impacts and provides maximum protection and allow additional adjustment to the internal chin cup * Chin and jaw line offer a low profile design with a flared bottom edge to allow the unit to tuck into the chest area tighter for added protection and allow additional adjustment to the internal chin cup * Mask shape is designed to provide optimum fit to give increased visibility with a wider field of view * Air holes and face opening are design to provide maximum visibility while in the crouched position and constructed of stainless steel for added durability and the low luster finish provides optimal visibility and reduces glare from lights * Internal padding of vinyl nitrile foams allow for a light, comfortable, and protective mask * Comes with two thicknesses of jaw pads for a custom fit * Features a Certified Cat Eye cage
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How does this compare to the 7700?
Currently own/use the Vaughn 7500 and after 11 months of use, the mask exterior paint is chipping away from puck impacts and the chin cup and exterior straps are all freying to the point of replacement.

How does the 8800 durability compare to the 7700?

The mask will be used in an adult league twice a week.
Skill Level: Intermediate
Frequency: 1 time per week
asked 2 years, 5 months ago
by
ikolbyi
on 8800 Certified Cat Eye Mask
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answer 1
On top of what was previously stated, the paint is protected by multiple coats of higher grade impact resistant clear-coat. Its a stronger version then what you would use on cars. The paint should hold up better and last longer then your current helmet. But keep in mind, given the position, a helmet is going to take a lot of abuse.
As far as the chin cup strap, that does seem a little unusual for that to be happening in the short amout of time. You should have no issues with either of the models your looking at. If there is an issue, Vaughn stand behind their products.
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answered 2 years, 5 months ago
by
Vio34
answer 2
We haven't seen any durability issues with either mask so I think that both should last you a long time. The 7700 is an injection molded fiberglass mask, and the 8800 is made of kevlar/carbon fiber making it a bit stronger.
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answered 2 years, 5 months ago
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