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Brians Pro Stock Halak Leg Pad 2012

The 2012 Pro Stock leg pad features many of the modifications and specs that can be found in NHL Goalie Jaroslav Halak's setup. Also, this set features Halak's updated Arch graphic that he uses during home games in 2011-12.Based on the popular Zero G line, the Pro Stock has many updates that improve the pad's rigidity, durability, and playability. For starters, the pad features a single knee break below the knee to keep the pad more rigid through the top of the pad. Built using Brian's rigid, proprietary Briotek foam, the pad is molded into it's dynamic S shape at construction meaning that it will not lose it's shape or compress greatly over time. The nylon straps that runs behind the knee lock in the Zero G have been replaced by two leather straps, and there are three leather straps running over the shin/calf area. An extended inner and outer shin cradle pad completely encircle the calf area providing additional protection. The boot area of the Pro Stock is tapered, and the toe tie features an offset tie option. This is helpful for goalies who take a wider stance, and it also allows the goalie to get his/her skate blade on the ice more quickly when recovering from the butterfly position.Overall, the Pro Stock is a stiff pad from the boot to the thigh, meaning that it won't compress or lose it's shape over time. It is designed for goalies with a wider butterfly, but it's dynamic S shape may be pronounced enough to allow goalies with narrower butterflies to effectively close the five hole. Brian's is a true custom equipment company, and the Pro Stock Leg Pad can be customized to a virtually unlimited list of specs and colors. To get your custom order started, contact a Total Hockey representative today. * Halak Arch Graphics * Tapered inside toe - Halak Spec * Single knee break - Halak Spec * Triple shin and double leather knee straps - Halak Spec * Extended inner and outer shin cradle - Halak Spec * Features revolutionary closed cell Briotek construction, producing the lightest weight pro level pad * Features pre-curved contoured shape with game ready motion based design MBD * Multi-density internal face for lightweight protection and energy absorption * Internal flex breaks at knee, ankle and thigh * Pro laced thigh guard standard * Completely flat medial edge to help seal pad to the ice and avoid under/over rotation * Full synthetic leather boot with offset toe string option * Squared thigh with multi-layered high density foams
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few questions...
i am a +2 on my pads. can i get a ls 2 with these??? and i have a 9 goalie skate. is that ok with the toe because it looks sort of small to me....
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Gender: Male
Age: 13-18
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We can custom order the pads with a +2 thigh, but it would be the regular $1499.99 pricing. The boot length will be fine with a 9 skate. Please give customer service a call to custom order.
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is the pad in the video above a plus 1 or a plus 2. if it is a plus one, does it fit like a reebok plus 2?
Skill Level: Advanced
Gender: Male
Age: 13-18
Frequency: 2-5 times per week
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The pad in the video is a +1. The Reeboks tend to fit a tad bigger than the Pro Stocks, so you'll get a slightly taller pad in a Reebok +1.
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