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9200 Vision Chest and Arm

The Vaughn Vision 9200 Goalie Chest and Arm Protector was designed to for the Junior net minder. Design cues emphasize full protection and mobility while working with the natural movements of the body. The 9200 is an ideal entry-to-mid-level pad that performs as well as many higher level models. * Designed to work with natural body movements to optimize flexibility while providing superior protection * Large shoulder floaters and Sternum chest plate create more blocking surface and greater net coverage * Improved arm design adds more protection and increases arm/pad stability by staying in proper position during use * Lower flex panels on front chest pad allow for a deep crouched position and aid in flexibility * Moisture resistant internal liner prevents water build-up and weight gain * Large shoulder caps and cap extensions add width for improved net coverage * Tapered fore arm designed to add stability and taper into the glove and blocker for overlapping protection * Adjustable wrist, arm straps, and back padding for a tailored fit * Four point adjustable elbow * Side chest pad extensions improve protection
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sizing a junior
If my sons height fits in a large, but his arm span is in a medium, which do I go with?
asked 2 years, 1 month ago
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Go with the arm span measurement as the chest pads will be relatively the same size.
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