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H Series Leg Pad

The Brian's H-Series leg pad is the Sr. Pro version of the popular Zero G series leg pad, and it has been a top seller for Total Hockey since their release in 2011. The H-Series pad has nearly all of the features as the Zero G, but it has a mid-level price point. If you're a young, growing goalie playing at any level, or an adult goalie playing mid to high level hockey 1-2 times per week, you'll love the H-Series.One of the attributes that make the H-Series pad unique is the proprietary E-foam that is used in construction. This foam is not only incredibly light weight, but it is pre-molded into a dynamic S shape that, by itself (with little or no pad flex) will close the five hole on both narrow and wide butterflies. This E-Foam is rigid enough to hold the pad in this S shape and keep this shape throughout the life of the pad. Should you like even more pad flex, the H-Series comes with breaks both above and below the knee, as well as nylon thigh rise straps (which are also adjustable to different termination points on the thigh or knee). The boot of the H-Series is tapered, the shallow boot channel is offset towards the inside of the boot, and the toe tie features both a regular and offset tie option. Goalies who play using a wider stance will love this set-up, as it keeps the inside boot of the pad from interfering when the legs are flared out in a standing position. Both the leg channel and the knee cradle are flat and wide, allowing for easy pad rotation. The wide knee cradle also works well for those who wear internal knee pads, as they can easily wrap the knee lock strap around this bulkier protection.Like the Zero G, the H-Series is somewhat stiff out of the box, especially at the boot. The pad plays somewhat hard, meaning that rebounds will shoot away from it upon impact. Finally, you'll be hard pressed to find a lighter pad on the market today. According to our digital scale, a 33+1 pad weighs only 5.14lbs! Staff goalies who have tried the pad felt quicker when going into a butterfly, and we think that everyone will notice the difference after a long practice or a hard game. Additional Features Include: * Multi-density internal face for lightweight protection and energy absorption * Thinned out upper profile * Internal flex breaks at knee, thigh and ankle * Extended outer shin cradle * Pro laced thigh guard standard * Completely flat medial edge to help seal pad to the ice and avoid under / over rotation * Double leather calf straps * Removable calf pillow * Replaceable plastic knee and thigh buckles * Squared thigh with multi-layered high density foams
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Questions & Answers for Brians H Series Leg Pad

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On the H series Brians pads and the pro stock Brians halak whats the difference? Just weight or better made?
Skill Level: Advanced
Gender: Male
Age: 13-18
Frequency: 2-5 times per week
asked 2 years, 11 months ago
by
Anonymous
on H Series Leg Pad
4 answers
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answer 1
Aside from differences in some of the materials used, and a few small added features, the pro pads are made in Canada. The "H" series is made in the philippines.
Skill Level: Advanced
Gender: Male
Age: Over 40
Frequency: 2-5 times per week
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Top 100 Contributor
answered 2 years, 3 months ago
by
Kookamungaphobia
answer 2
Very similiar, however you get an extra knee break with the H series. One things of note: the H series white is more of a cream due to the synthetic leather and the Pro Stock is a bright white since its natural leather.
Skill Level: Advanced
Gender: Male
Age: 30-39
Frequency: 1 time per week
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Top 50 Contributor
answered 2 years, 8 months ago
by
Hawkeyegoalie
 - Cedar Rapids, IA
answer 3
The pads have different materials inside the leg channel, there is more stitching added to the Halak. The H Series seems a bit stiffer than the halak. There are not a bunch of noticeable differences though.
Skill Level: Intermediate
Gender: Male
Age: 30-39
Frequency: 2-5 times per week
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Top 500 Contributor
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
by
Goal
 - United States
answer 4
Both leg pad models are pro stock construction. The Zero G is Brian's newest top of the line pad with the same graphics Halak has on his pads.
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answered 2 years, 11 months ago
by
Jlynch
Question
about how much do the pads weigh?
asked 2 years, 10 months ago
by
Anonymous
on H Series Leg Pad
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answer 1
According to Total Hockey a 33+1 weighs 5.14 lbs. They are indeed very light.
Skill Level: Advanced
Gender: Male
Age: Over 40
Frequency: 2-5 times per week
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Top 100 Contributor
answered 2 years, 3 months ago
by
Kookamungaphobia
answer 2
According to our scale, one senior H-series leg pad weighs 5.14 pounds.
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answered 2 years, 10 months ago
by
Jlynch
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Are these pads Wide leg channel?
asked 2 years, 8 months ago
by
Anonymous
on H Series Leg Pad
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answer 1
They arent super wide, but they are simillar to other Pro level brands. If you are looking to play with additional knee protection, you can remove a knee channel pad for extra room. I do not wear extra knee protection and the knee channel protection combined with the upper knee guard has kept me secure.
Skill Level: Advanced
Gender: Male
Age: 30-39
Frequency: 1 time per week
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Top 50 Contributor
answered 2 years, 8 months ago
by
Hawkeyegoalie
 - Cedar Rapids, IA
answer 2
Yes - these pads do have a wide leg channel as compared to other pads.
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answered 2 years, 8 months ago
by
MBruins
Question
Where are these pads made?
asked 2 years, 6 months ago
by
Anonymous
on H Series Leg Pad
2 answers
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answer 1
The pads are made in the Philippines.
Skill Level: Advanced
Gender: Male
Age: Over 40
Frequency: 2-5 times per week
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Top 100 Contributor
answered 2 years, 3 months ago
by
Kookamungaphobia
answer 2
The Brian's H series line is made in the Phillipines.
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answered 2 years, 6 months ago
by
MBruins
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Is it possible to insert a wider knee landing gear that the one it comes with? Something along the lines of the Focus pad which is much wider.
Skill Level: Advanced
Gender: Male
Age: 30-39
Frequency: 2-5 times per week
asked 2 years, 6 months ago
by
Anonymous
on H Series Leg Pad
2 answers
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answer 1
I read on a forum board that Brian's had installed their higher end landing gear in these pads to keep one customer happy...not sure if they make a habit of it when requested or not.
Skill Level: Intermediate
Gender: Male
Age: Over 40
Frequency: 2-5 times per week
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Top 100 Contributor
answered 2 years, 5 months ago
by
bulldogfallon
 - Florida
answer 2
I believe it is possible to purchase a separate focus knee riser from Brian's that you can insert into the H-Series pad, but you cannot custom order an H-Series pad with a Focus knee block in it. The current knee risers in the H-Series pad total 2.25inches wide, where the Focus knee riser block is 1.5 inches wide. You can remove the thinner knee block on the H-Series and insert the Focus block in there but that would be a really wide set up that my put a lot of strain on your knees and hips.
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answered 2 years, 6 months ago
by
MBruins
Question
I'm about 5'8" and like my pads kind of big, would the 33+1 or 34+1 be better?
Skill Level: Advanced
Gender: Male
Age: 19-29
Frequency: 2-5 times per week
asked 2 years, 1 month ago
by
hockeydude16
 - st.louis
on H Series Leg Pad
1 answer
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answer 1
It all depends if your knee fits in the knee cradle, but at 5'8 your best bet might be 33+1 or if you want more height 33+2.
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Top 10 Contributor
answered 2 years ago
by
Nathan
Question
Does the sizing run big or small for these pads?
I am a 34 + 1 in the bauer rx 4 pads...would i be a 34 + 1 in these as well? Also whats the difference between these and the M-series? And would you pick the h series/m series over the vaughn 7460 pads?
Skill Level: Advanced
Gender: Male
Age: 19-29
Frequency: 2-5 times per week
asked 2 years ago
by
Anonymous
on H Series Leg Pad
1 answer
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answer 1
Our apologies - the sizing chart was missing from this item and it has since been added. Please consult the "Sizing" tab on the H-Series leg pad page to find the size that would work for you.

The M Series is an H-Series pad with no knee rolls and the Sub Zero graphic. Otherwise, it is the same pad.
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answered 2 years ago
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MBruins
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When is the next shipment of white/black/red pads coming in?
asked 1 year, 11 months ago
by
Anonymous
on H Series Leg Pad
1 answer
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answer 1
We're still waiting to hear from Brian's regarding the next shipment. We hope to have more H-Series gear in stock by the end of May to mid-June. I should have more info by early next week. Feel free to contact me then and I'll give you a more concrete date - mbruins@totalhockey.com
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answered 1 year, 11 months ago
by
MBruins
Question
Size and description?
I currently wear a 34+1 rx6 goalie pad. What size would that be on here still a 34+1? Also is this pad similar to the rx series of Bauer goal pads?
Skill Level: Advanced
Gender: Male
Age: 13-18
Frequency: 2-5 times per week
asked 1 year, 10 months ago
by
Anonymous
 - Chicago
on H Series Leg Pad
1 answer
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answer 1
Consult the sizing chart on the H-Series product page when sizing your pads - we've found it to be very accurate.

The H Series pad is much harder than the RX8 or RX6 - both in flex, and the way that rebounds come off of the pads. The H Series is also nearly 1/2 lb lighter than the RX series as you'll see if you use the comparison tool.
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answered 1 year, 10 months ago
by
MBruins
Question
Does the H/M series use same one piece internal foams as the pros?
Skill Level: Advanced
Gender: Male
Age: 30-39
Frequency: 2-5 times per week
asked 1 year, 10 months ago
by
Anonymous
 - Canada
on H Series Leg Pad
1 answer
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answer 1
The H/M Series both contain engineered foam shells like the pro pads, but the materials used are different.
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answered 1 year, 10 months ago
by
MBruins
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