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Warrior Ritual Custom Pro Leg Pad

The 2012 Ritual Custom Pro leg pad is a pad built to suit any style. Blocking style goalies will enjoy the flat face, the HD foam construction that help shoot rebounds away from the net, a squared off design for full coverage, and a wider leg channel and knee lock that allow the pad to rotate with ease. Hybrid style goalies will enjoy the softer feeling leg channel, the table top boot and thin thigh rise that allow for easy movements around the net, and customizable knee lock and leg channel that will allow the pad to fit as tight or as loose as you would like. And EVERYONE will enjoy the light weight, the bindingless design, the innovative post wedge, and the seemingly endless number of color and construction options that this pad has. The Ritual Custom Pro leg pads are quite simply one of the most innovative and functional leg pads to come to market in a long time. This should come as no suprise, as new pad designer for Warrior - Pete Smith - is the brainchild behind numerous pad innovations over the last 26 years, including the foam core box pad, closed toe, knee lifts, the hinged knee, angled top straps, inner panels that allow butterfly slides, and much more. By hiring Smith, Warrior has gained instant credibility in the goalie category.The Ritual leg pads for 2012 have nothing in common with any of it's predecessors in the Warrior line. The current pads are based off of a highly successful model that Smith developed a few years ago, which have been refined to produce a truly game changing piece of equipment. The Warrior Custom PRO leg pads feature many customizable options, many of which can be seen below. Custom colors are also available. CLICK HERE FOR A CUSTOMIZER. * Pro level sizing and construction in a lightweight package * Exclusive bindingless construction allows for a lightweight pad while increasing durability by taking away the typical wear points on the pads * Rounded boot eliminates friction with the ice * New Knee Leveler stabilizes the knee landing area providing a continuous landing surface * Adjustable strap position offers a greater degree of strap placement customization * Internal hinge design allows for flexibility through the knee and ankle while providing a sturdy structure to prevent pad shrinkage and settling * Exclusive post wedge panel provides increased protection to the outer calf while helping to seal the pad to the post when standing up with knees bent * Exclusive hinged knee design allows the outer portion of the knee cradle to twist when going into a butterfly, allowing for a smooth rotation with minimal stress on your straps * Sliding toe bridge allows the pad to be worn snug at the toe, creating a more responsive feel while allowing the full range of movement for the skate to drop to the ice during a butterfly, thus reducing stress on the goalie's ankle, knee and hip * Squared up design creates a complete seal across the ice when in the butterfly * Thin thigh profile allows the tops of the pads to overlap each other when in your stance and moving on your feet, thus increasing mobility * Exclusive tabletop boot construction allows the boot to sit and move on top of your skate, increasing mobility and coverage * Available in sizes 32-38, including custom sizes
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what is the major difference between the ritual senior pro pad and the ritual senior pad? size 34+1.5
Skill Level: Advanced
Gender: Male
Age: Over 40
Frequency: 2-5 times per week
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The construction and the options available on both pads will be almost the same. The differences will be in the materials used. The Ritual Pro will be built using 95% of the same materials that you will find in the Ritual Custom Pro pad, whereas the Ritual SR pad will use less expensive synthetic leathers, foams, etc. If you're an advanced goalie playing 2-5 times per week, you'll want to go with the Pro model as it will hold up better for you.
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Will the ritual gear be offered in Junior sizes?
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Yes, the Ritual line will be offered in junior sizes in the Spring of 2012, sometime in mid April.
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When are those coming out for int.
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We should get our shipment of the INT gear sometime in late April - mid May, 2012.
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How much are they going to be in INT.
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Ritual Intermediate Leg Pad will be $399.99.
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What size for the The Custom Pros corresponds to a 34+1 in Brians?
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Depending on the model, 33+1 would be closest.
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