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Vaughn Custom Sports 7190 Velocity 5 Leg Pad

The 7190 Velocity 5 Leg Pad is a new model for 2012, and it is styled after the 7990 Pro model leg pad to be optimized in shape and design to provide superior performance for the Junior sized goaltender. The 7190 is packed with features typically found only on Intermediate and Senior level pads, making it ideal for the more experienced Junior goaltender.For starters, the 7190 features a full leg cradle to enhance pad control, as well as a full knee cradle with an angled adjustment strap to speed pad rotation and provide precise control and placement. The wide inside pad edge, coupled with large knee and calf balance stabilizers, provide a solid seal to the ice and a stable platform when going into, and moving around the crease in a butterfly position. Molded thigh guards provide protection to the knee and thigh area, and help fill in the five hole. Three leather straps and one nylon webbing strap (at the thigh rise) secure the pad to the goaltender's leg.The pad face features a single break below the knee with solid one piece construction from the knee area to the top of the thigh rise - ideal for goalies with wider butterflies. The face of the pad is flat, and Vaughn has included their traditional Flex Pac construction for a soft feel and greater rebound control. The 7190 also features the new 7990 graphic design so that the kids can have the same look that the pro's have. * Knee cradle for pad control * Inner edge balance stabilizer * Molded knee/thigh guard * Solid top outside roll * Full inner leg protection * Easy break-in design and construction * Flex-pack internal foam for rebound control * Lightweight for quick movement
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Questions & Answers for Vaughn Custom Sports 7190 Velocity 5 Leg Pad

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How much do the size 26 pads weigh?
Skill Level: Intermediate
Gender: Male
Age: 6-12
Frequency: More than 5 times per week
asked 2 years, 1 month ago
by
Anonymous
 - Maryland
on 7190 Velocity 5 Leg Pad
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answer 1
I just measured a pad and it came out to exactly 4 lbs.
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answered 2 years, 1 month ago
by
MBruins
Question
can you help me select a size?
My son is 7. First time goalie. He weighs 56 lbs, is 50 inches tall. the length from top of foot to knee is 11 inches. I tried the half his height rule and ordered a 26 + 1. It was entirely too big. Knee didn't even come close to the knee pad. Any help you can give would be greatly appreciated. Also, should I go with the junior (7190) or go down to youth (7110)?

Thanks,
wendy
Skill Level: Beginner
Gender: Male
Age: 6-12
Frequency: 2-5 times per week
asked 11 months ago
by
louiewendell
 - nashville
on 7190 Velocity 5 Leg Pad
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answer 1
I would recommend a youth pad instead of a junior pad. Something in the 24+1 youth size should work nicely. I would recommend the 7110, CCM 400, Brians S series (a bit stiffer), or the Bauer Prodigy.
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answered 11 months ago
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JMartin
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