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Customer Questions & Answers for
9500 Vision Pro Leg Pad

All new for 2011 the 9500 Vision goal pad is designed for the goaltender that prefers a pad with a more ridged knee and thigh rise and typically uses a butterfly style. The 9500 pad features a solid, firmer flat front blocking surface with a single horizontal flex seam at the ankle area. The interior is constructed with a Flex-lam padding system with layers of varying foam densities that are hand lasted together to give the pad consistent shape and feel with excellent durability. No conventional stuffing is used in the 9500. The outside roll features a beveled profile for light weight and puck deflection and solid construction from the bottom ankle break to the top of the thigh rise. Large thigh rise areas feature a square shape that functions to seal the five hole area. Solid internal construction prevents pucks from slipping through the five hole. Narrow outside panel has a pre-curved design to shape the pad to the natural bend at the knee and ankle areas of the leg, this places the goaltender in a more ergonomically correct position for more power and speed. The leg cradle features a tapered shape that gets progressively wider from the ankle to the top of the pad to provide the goaltender with control and comfort. This also gives the pad quick rotation speed when moving to the ice so the pad squares up and seals to the ice. Wide knee cradle has Velcro and lace adjustment that allows the knee cradle to be moved vertically and horizontally for a perfect custom fit. * Large thigh rise with square top corners to maximize blocking surface * Pre curved shape allows for easy break-in * Solid flat face construction * Adjustable knee cradle * Adjustable thigh guard with molded insert for protection * Solid outside roll with wedged profile shape * Adjustable knee lifter * Flex-lam construction for light weight * Leg channel at ankle is .5 wider than a Velocity leg channel and gets wider from the boot to the knee * CLICK HERE FOR A CUSTOMIZER
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Questions & Answers for Vaughn Custom Sports 9500 Vision Pro Leg Pad

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Custom made
Hi, can these be ordered in custom colors?
Skill Level: Advanced
Gender: Male
Age: 13-18
Frequency: More than 5 times per week
asked 3 years, 11 months ago
by
Anonymous
 - Sweden
on 9500 Vision Pro Leg Pad
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answer 1
Yes, as long as Vaughn keeps the pad in production Total Hockey can place custom orders. Price may be higher than price of stock pad listed on site.
Skill Level: Intermediate
Gender: Male
Age: 19-29
Frequency: 1 time per week
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Top 10 Contributor
answered 2 years, 3 months ago
by
Mstein
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Whats the difference between the 9400s and the 9500?
Skill Level: Advanced
Gender: Male
Age: 13-18
Frequency: 2-5 times per week
asked 2 months, 3 weeks ago
by
Anonymous
on 9500 Vision Pro Leg Pad
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answer 1
The 9500 is a pro level pad, so the foams, synthetic leathers, etc will all be of a higher grade. The 9400 is a SR level pad, so the foams, synthetic leathers, etc will be slightly thinner. Other than that, the pads are built the same.
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answered 2 months, 3 weeks ago
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MBruins
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