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Premier 4 Chest & Arm

* New chest design sits higher on the body with VELCRO (front to back adjustment) * Large shoulder wings for increased net coverage * Vertical chest blocks create a tight arm-to-chest seal * JDP Elbow cap with comfort foam, #1 Elbow protection in the NHL
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What is the difference between he P4 chest and the P4 pro chest units?
asked 2 years, 8 months ago
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Anonymous
on Premier 4 Chest & Arm
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answer 1
The main differences are in the materials used. Reebok uses slightly thinner foams in the chest, arm hinge and shoulder floaters, the nylon over the entire unit is slightly thinner in the P4, and the shoulder floater covering on the P4 is a slightly thinner microfiber compared to a thicker Jenpro on the P4 Pro.

So, if you're playing a higher leve of hockey and facing harder shots, then I would recommend going with the Pro unit. If you're playing mid-level beer league hockey, or mid level youth hockey, then the P4 will be a great choice.
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