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9200 Vision Leg Pad

Designed for the Junior butterfly goaltender that prefers a more ridged knee and thigh rise, the Vision 9400 Goalie Pad is all new for 2011 and features some key changes designed to complement the butterfly style of play. * The 9200 Vision is the Junior version of the Senior 9400 Goal Pad * More ridged knee and thigh rise provides the needed tools for the butterfly style * Firmer flat front blocking surface with a single horizontal flex seam at the ankle area * Flex-lam interior padding system consists of several layers of varying foam densities that are hand lasted together for a consistent shape, feel, and excellent durability * Beveled outside roll designed to reduce weight, control rebounds and contribute to the solid feel from the ankle break to the top of the thigh rise * Larger thigh rise area with square corners maximizes blocking surface and seals up the five hole * More solid internal construction contributes to the feel and helps prevent pucks from slipping through * Narrow outside panels with a pre-curved shape to allow for the natural bend at the knee and ankle areas of the leg * Pre-curved shape places the goalie in a more ergonomic correct position for more power and speed * Tapered leg cradle shape gets progressively tighter from top to bottom for much improved comfort and control * Tapered cradle contributes to a quicker rotation speed to help you square up faster when moving to the ice * Adjustable knee cradle and thigh guards with molded inserts for a custom fit and improved protection * Adjustable knee lifter to match your body type and style * Plus 1 sizing * 9 3/4 inches wide
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Questions & Answers for Vaughn Custom Sports 9200 Vision Leg Pad

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How much to they weigh?
asked 3 years, 7 months ago
by
Anonymous
on 9200 Vision Leg Pad
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answer 1
The Vaughn 9200 Vision junior leg pads weigh 4.4 lbs. The set of pads weighed were a 29+1 leg pad. So if its a different length than that you may want to factor in a few ounces + or -
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answered 3 years, 7 months ago
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Jlynch
Question
straps
review and product description both say that the straps are not adjustable. What does that mean ? One size fits all ?? Is there a photo of the straps/back of pads that I can view ?
Skill Level: Advanced
Gender: Male
Age: 6-12
Frequency: 2-5 times per week
asked 1 year, 2 months ago
by
Anonymous
 - Michigan USA
on 9200 Vision Leg Pad
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answer 1
The straps can still be tighten like normal. Non-adjustable straps means that the straps are sewn in place, you can not move them up or down.
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answered 1 year, 2 months ago
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JMartin
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