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Reebok 14K Blocker

At Reebok, they don't believe that a blocker is just a blocker. It is a key piece of equipment for maximum coverage and better stick handling. The 14K blocker is built with these key elements in mind.The blocker board is one of the thicker boards on the market. It is made of an 1mm poly, a 1 PE foam, that creates a lightweight, solid blocking and coverage surface. The board position is centered over the goalie's backhand giving it a nice, balanced feel. The nose of the board is beveled for paddle down play.The side hand protection is substantial. It features a large, HD foam inside thumb and wrist blocking surface, with a softer air pillow between the palm thumb and the side hand board. In addition, a smaller HD foam forefinger protector sits beneath the main side shield to help protect against pucks that ride up the paddle towards the palm. Goalies who turn their hands outward while in the buttefly position will enjoy the substantial amount of protection and coverage afforded by these shields.The palm is made of durable gray nash, mesh finger gussets for ventilation, and a grip material on the palm for easy stick control. The fingers are wrapped on the back and the sides by HD foam shilds, and they also feature thinner foam padding on the back of the finger stalls for added protection. A single wrist strap provides a custom fit, and a detatched cuff allows for great wrist mobility. * 6th-hole coverage with the large inside thumb and wrist blocking surface * 7-piece wrap around finger protection that molds to the paddle of the stick * Durable synthetic leather palm with grip for easier stick handling * Pre-curved shape to prevent puck skip over * Blocker Board Sizes: SR: 15 x 8, JR: 13 x 6.75
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Questions & Answers for Reebok 14K Blocker

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What are the differences between the 14K blocker and the 18K blocker
Skill Level: Advanced
Gender: Male
Age: Over 40
Frequency: 2-5 times per week
asked 1 year, 2 months ago
by
Anonymous
 - Maryland
on 14K Blocker
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answer 1
The biggest differences are in the materials used. The 18k will use thicker plastics, foams, and leathers. The graphic is stitched on with the 18k and silk screened on the 14k. If you're playing 3-5 times a week I would recommend the 18k, if you're just playing 1-2 times a week the 14K will likely be enough.
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answered 1 year, 2 months ago
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JMartin
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14k?
So I am getting the 18k catcher, and I'm looking to save money on the blocker. Would the 14k be enough for A hockey and subbing for an AA team? (ice hockey) Or should I still get the 18k blocker too?
Skill Level: Advanced
Gender: Male
Age: 13-18
Frequency: 2-5 times per week
asked 1 year, 1 month ago
by
Anonymous
 - Eastern Coast
on 14K Blocker
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answer 1
Yes, I think the 14k would be fine for the level and frequency you play.
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answered 1 year, 1 month ago
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JMartin
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What is difference between reg and full Right for goalie blockers
Skill Level: Beginner
Gender: Male
Age: 13-18
Frequency: 2-5 times per week
asked 5 months ago
by
Heipfam
 - USA
on 14K Blocker
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answer 1
Regular goes on your right hand. Full Right would go on your left.
Skill Level: Advanced
Gender: Male
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