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9400 Vision Blocker

Design. Control. Balance. Three words. Three reasons the Vaughn 9400 Vision Goalie Blocker out performs its price point and is ideal for entry-to-mid-level play. * Features many of the design elements of the 9500 blocker but with a binding around the blocker board * New design incorporates unique construction with the side shield becoming integral to the front blocking surface * Side shield integration gives increased rigidity and stiffens the perimeter edge for superior blocking * Design of the side shield also provides much improved side hand protection * High density foam board provides light weight protection and is reinforced with a polyethylene overlay for added durability * Pro design finger protectors cover the index finger when extended over the paddle of the stick for increased coverage * Side shield with a narrower slot for the paddle closes the gap to prevent pucks from sliding up the paddle and impacting the hand * Wide cuff opening allows for maximum wrist movements for high level of play * Ergonomically designed palm with mesh gusset construction * Tapered board end for less ice interference
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My wrist is 7 inches should I buy a senior or intenmediate blocker
Skill Level: Intermediate
Gender: Male
Age: 6-12
Frequency: 2-5 times per week
asked 3 years, 2 months ago
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on 9400 Vision Blocker
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Do you mean to say that the measurement from the tip of your middle finger to your wrist is 7"? If so, given your age I would say that an intermediate blocker would work best, as the palm on the Senior blocker would probably be too large.
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