Accessories
Question:276
Answer:320
Accessories
Question:14
Answer:14
Apparel
Question:52
Answer:55
Arm Protection
Question:4
Answer:4
Bags
Question:67
Answer:76
Bags
Question:2
Answer:2
Box Lacrosse
Question:1
Answer:1
Field Equipment
Question:11
Answer:11
Footwear
Question:5
Answer:5
Games & Novelty
Question:41
Answer:47
Gloves
Question:32
Answer:36
Gloves
Question:5
Answer:5
Goalie
Question:916
Answer:991
Blockers
Question:32
Answer:38
Catch Gloves
Question:134
Answer:144
Chest & Arm
Question:61
Answer:63
Custom Blockers
Question:3
Answer:3
Custom Catch Gloves
Question:3
Answer:3
Custom Leg Pads
Question:1
Answer:1
Goal Pants
Question:6
Answer:8
Goalie Accessories
Question:74
Answer:80
Goalie Ice Skates
Question:49
Answer:53
Goalie Inline Skates
Question:3
Answer:3
Goalie Jocks
Question:9
Answer:9
Goalie Knee Thigh Guards
Question:11
Answer:12
Leg Pads
Question:457
Answer:487
Masks
Question:70
Answer:83
Neck & Throat Protectors
Question:2
Answer:3
Street Goalie
Question:1
Answer:1
Goalie
Question:7
Answer:8
Goalie Bags
Question:14
Answer:14
Goalie Sticks
Question:110
Answer:120
GoalsNetsTargets
Question:52
Answer:71
Helmet Accessories
Question:11
Answer:11
Helmets
Question:411
Answer:473
Helmets
Question:6
Answer:7
Hockey Socks
Question:36
Answer:46
Jerseys
Question:21
Answer:21
Mens Apparel
Question:1
Answer:1
Mens Lacrosse Heads
Question:20
Answer:21
Mens Lacrosse Shafts
Question:11
Answer:12
Mini Hockey
Question:95
Answer:107
NeckWrist Guards
Question:7
Answer:7
Outerwear
Question:1
Answer:1
PantsGirdles
Question:244
Answer:261
Protective
Question:77
Answer:92
Protective Accessories
Question:1
Answer:1
PucksBalls
Question:33
Answer:55
Referee & Coach
Question:24
Answer:25
Shafts & Blades
Question:34
Answer:39
Shoulder Pads
Question:4
Answer:4
Skate Accessories
Question:300
Answer:334
Skates
Question:384
Answer:475
Sled Hockey
Question:4
Answer:4
Sticks
Question:497
Answer:586
Stringing Supplies
Question:11
Answer:11
Training
Question:2
Answer:2
Womens Apparel
Question:1
Answer:1
Womens Lacrosse
Question:5
Answer:5
Most Recent Questions
Recent Question:
Breaking in catch gloves; what is the best method?
Recent Question:
Practice Palm included?
Recent Question:
White/Black Matte/Red Matte?
Questions with Most Recent Answers
Question:
Breaking in catch gloves; what is the best method?
Question:
Practice Palm included?
Question:
White/Black Matte/Red Matte?
Question:
What's the weight of Int-size?
Question:
What does this glove weigh?
View all questions > Goalie Q & A > Catch Gloves Q & A

Customer Questions & Answers for
9400 Vision Catch Glove

Design. Control. Balance. Three words. Three reasons the Vaughn 9400 Vision Catch Glove out performs its price point and is ideal for entry-to-mid-level play. * Anatomical design to give superior control and balance * Full Neoprene internal hand material with full adjustment strap to provide custom fit and superior glove control * Improved thumb tunnel design secures the thumb and transfers more power for quicker more controlled closing * T-Web pocket with skate lace lacing to reduce puck spin and provide better puck retention and control * Select materials allow the glove to be heat molded to the hand * Internal finger stalls constructed of vented mesh materials for comfort and fast drying * Exterior back hand padding can be fully opened to access internal hand adjustments and also provides improved drying * Notched lower thumb area improves stick control and allow quicker transitions * Two-piece external hand protection with finger tip guard * Molded front deflecting cuff * Skate lacing in pocket for a softer feel when catching the puck
Customer Questions & Answers:
1 Question
 | 
1 Answer
Product Details

Questions & Answers for Vaughn Custom Sports 9400 Vision Catch Glove

Question
Which glove is better for high school hockey: Vaughn Vision 9400 or the Reebok 14K glove?
Skill Level: Intermediate
Gender: Male
Age: 13-18
Frequency: 2-5 times per week
asked 2 years, 1 month ago
by
Anonymous
 - Vancouver, Canda
on 9400 Vision Catch Glove
1 answer
Answers
answer 1
Of the two choices, the Vaughn 9400 would probably give you a bit more protection. However, neither glove was designed for the level or the frequency of play that you'll be subjecting it to. If you can afford it, then I would recommend that you think about the Vaughn 7460 or the Reebok 18K. Both of those options are built better, and have more protection, and they will last longer than the 9400 or the 14k. If you can spend a little more now, then you won't have to buy new gloves again in a year or two.
Staff Answer
Expert Answer
answered 2 years, 1 month ago
by
MBruins
1 of 1