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H Series Catch Glove

If there's one thing that Brian's has always made well, it's a catch glove. The H-Series Sr. Pro Catch Glove is based off of the popular Zero G and Zero G Pro Stock catch gloves, but it comes with a mid-level price tag. Though Brian's classifies this glove as a Sr. Pro, the palm in it is anything but. Though it is not as beefy as the Zero G or Zero G Pro Stock gloves, the palm of the H-Series is substantial enough to minimize stingers, but flexible enough to allow an average sized hand to close and break in the glove easily. The pocket is a deep, wide single-T design that easily traps and keeps pucks inside. The H-Series features one wrist strap and two hand straps (one over the fingers, one over the back of the hand) to lock the glove in place. The cuff is cut in more deeply toward the hand to allow the goalie to get maximum wrist mobility and minimal interference with the chest and arm pad. Goalies who love to play the puck will enjoy this feature, as well as the wide heel opening at the bottom of the palm that allows the goalie to easily grasp and grip the stick.Additional features include: * Double hand and wrist adjustment (SR, INT, and JR) ; Hand and wrist adjustment (YTH) * Flared cuff reduces skip over * Glove opens fully for drying * High density foam finger pad * Halak graphics * 45 Perimeter (SR), 41 Perimeter (INT), 39 Perimeter (JR), 37 Perimeter (YTH) * Cuff Dimensions (inches): Senior (8 x 4), INT (7 x 3.75), JR (6.5 x 3.5), Youth (6.5 x 3)
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Trying to find the correct glove.
I have been trying to break in a new glove. Vaughn 7070 V2. And it's just too big, even though it's an intermediate. I can't get my hand in far enough to close it comfortably, and it feels like it slips off with my C/A.
I use an old Vaughn T5550 and I love it. It's perfect. But more and more players are coming into the league that are better shots, and harder shots. I have been getting many stingers.
I wonder if this Brian's glove would be better.
My heal to finger tip is 6 1/2 inches.
It's difficult to find gear that fits for smaller women, who play in higher level leagues.
Thoughts?
Skill Level: Intermediate
Gender: Female
Age: 30-39
Frequency: 2-5 times per week
asked 1 year, 6 months ago
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Anonymous
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on H Series Catch Glove
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Yes, the Brian's glove would be a good option. This catcher has a bit thicker palm than the Vaughn 5550, so protection should be better. With the extra protection you will have to spend a bit more time breaking in the glove. The Vaughn 7070 is of old size, so it sizes more like todays senior size gloves.
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answered 1 year, 6 months ago
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