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Zero G Pro Stock Leg Pad 2012

* Halak Graphics * Full pro spec construction * Single knee break * Features revolutionary closed cell Briotek construction, producing the lightest weight pro level pad * Features pre-curved contoured shape with game ready motion based design MBD * Multi-density internal face for lightweight protection and energy absorption * Internal flex breaks at knee, ankle and thigh * Extended inner and outer shin cradle * Pro laced thigh guard standard * Completely flat medial edge to help seal pad to the ice and avoid under/over rotation * Triple shin and double leather knee straps * Full synthetic leather boot with offset toe string option * Squared thigh with multi-layered high density foams * Tapered inside toe * CLICK HERE FOR A CUSTOMIZER
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Questions & Answers for Brians Zero G Pro Stock Leg Pad 2012

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what material is the inside of the pad made of?
asked 3 years, 10 months ago
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Anonymous
on Zero G Pro Stock Leg Pad 2012
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answer 1
The Zero G pads have multi-layered high density foams that are used inside.
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answered 3 years, 9 months ago
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Jlynch
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If i have a narrow butterfly, should i get these pads or would i be better suited to get the zero g pad that has two breaks?
asked 2 years, 10 months ago
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Anonymous
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Both pads have the same dynamic "S" shape built into them, though the Zero G will be more flexible at the thigh rise. If the S shape isn't already enough to close your five hole then the Zero G would be your best bet.
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answered 2 years, 10 months ago
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MBruins
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what is the difference between the focus, zero g and the pro stock?
Skill Level: Advanced
Gender: Male
Age: Over 40
Frequency: 2-5 times per week
asked 2 years, 8 months ago
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Anonymous
on Zero G Pro Stock Leg Pad 2012
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In a nutshell:

- The Focus is a much straighter pad, is has a one piece knee block, a flat faced front with a single break below the knee, all leather straps (some are adjustable) and a wider leg channel. Very stiff pad, built for a goalie with a wide butterfly.

- The Zero G has a very pronounced S shape to it, a multi pad knee stack, flat knee rolls on the face with a double pad break, leather calf and boot straps with nylon webbing knee and thigh straps, and an elastic strap that wraps around your calf. The Zero G has good flex at the knee breaks, but the boot break is stiff. Goalies with wide or narrow butterflies will have success with this pad.

- The Pro Stock is essentially a Zero G with a bigger toe taper and an offset boot channel, a single break below the knee, all leather straps, and the calf wrap has been extended to fully wrap around the calf. It's a stiff pad from boot to thigh. The pad was built more for goalies with a wider butterfly, but because it has a nice S shape to it, goalies with somewhat narrow butterflies should still be able to close the five hole with it.
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answered 2 years, 8 months ago
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MBruins
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Sizing info
hey i am coming from bauer one 60 pads size 36+1 and was looking at getting a pair of brians zero g pads in size 35 +1 because i heard brians were a little bigger is that the right size?
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Gender: Male
Age: 13-18
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asked 1 year, 11 months ago
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I would recommend the 35+1 or 36+1 depending on your style of play and if you are still growing.
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answered 1 year, 11 months ago
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