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Pro Stock Arch Glove 2012

The 2012 Pro Stock Halak Arch Catch Glove features the same upgrades and specs that NHL Goalie Jaroslav Halak made to his original, customized Zero G Catch Glove and includes the new Arch graphic that he wears during home games. The Pro Stock Catch Glove is an upgraded version of the popular Zero G Catch Glove, and at 2.10 lbs it is one of the lightest trappers on the market.Upgrades on the Pro Stock Catch Glove a Pro Beef internal palm pad, a Thief Double T web, and an additional outer strap that goes over the fingers. The pocket is wide, and the Double T web expands upon impact to stop puck rotation, helping to eliminate pop-outs. The goalies here found that the wide palm and the beefier pocket made the glove harder to close for smaller hands, but once broken in the glove closes well and is very protective. The four-piece strapping system on the backhand helps customize the goalie's fit in the glove from the wrist to the fingers.Brian's is a true custom equipment company, and the Pro Stock glove 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 Graphic * Thief Double-T web - UPGRADED from Zero G Catch Glove * Solid one-piece cuff - UPGRADED from Zero G Catch Glove * Pro beef internal padding - UPGRADED from Zero G Catch Glove * Three point inner hand and wrist adjustment with addtional outer finger strap - UPGRADED from Zero G Catch Glove * Maximum perimeter, cuff and T-depth allowed * Internal Gel-Tek palm eliminates stingers * Four piece backhand construction aids break in * Velcro closure allows glove to open fully for easy drying * High density foam finger pad * Wide cuff opening for better arm and body interaction * Flared cuff prevents skip over * Air-knit internal finger gussets
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Is this glove gameready broke in?
Skill Level: Advanced
Gender: Male
Age: 13-18
Frequency: 2-5 times per week
asked 3 years ago
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Anonymous
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answer 1
The Pro Stock is somewhat broken in out of the box, but I wouldn't say that it is "gameready". The pro beef padding on the palm makes it a bit more stiff out of the box than a traditional Sub Zero, so it will require a bit of work (heat molding, etc) to break in.
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answered 3 years ago
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MBruins
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I want the glove that is white/silver/black but the option is white/silver/gold. Is there a problem with the color choice?
asked 1 year, 5 months ago
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answer 1
The White/Silver/Black option has sold out and is no longer available. At this time White/Black/Gold and White/Navy/Yellow Gold are the options available for purchase.
Skill Level: Intermediate
Gender: Male
Age: 19-29
Frequency: 1 time per week
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