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Reebok 18K 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 18K 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 .8mm poly, a 1 PE foam, and a 1/4 HD 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, as well as mesh finger gussets for ventilation. 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 large inside thumb and wrist blocking surface * 7-piece wraparound finger protection that molds to the paddle of the stick * Durable sythetic leather palm with grip for easier stick handling * Pre-curved shape to prevent puck skip over
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Questions & Answers for Reebok 18K Blocker

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What does the white/red/royal look like
wat colors in wat place
Skill Level: Intermediate
Gender: Male
Age: 6-12
Frequency: More than 5 times per week
asked 1 year, 5 months ago
by
Anonymous
on 18K Blocker
1 answer
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answer 1
On the white/red/royal option, the line graphic closest to the word "Reebok" is royal, the two center line graphics are white, and the inside line graphic closest to the inside edge of the blocer is red.
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answered 1 year, 5 months ago
by
MBruins
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What is the difference between the "blue" and "royal"
What is the differance between the white/white/blue version and the white/white royal version of the Reebok 18K Intermediate glove/blocker. Is the "blue" a darker blue/navy?
Frequency: 2-5 times per week
asked 11 months ago
by
Anonymous
on 18K Blocker
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answer 1
The "blue" and "royal" are the same item. They are both "royal" blue.
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answered 11 months ago
by
JMartin
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Size?
What is the dimensions of the 18k int. blocker? How much of a size difference from the sr. 14k blocker? And would this be ideal for a player who needs the protection of Sr. but the size of intermediate?
Skill Level: Advanced
Gender: Male
Age: 13-18
Frequency: 2-5 times per week
asked 8 months ago
by
Anonymous
 - Ohio
on 18K Blocker
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answer 1
All Reebok P4 line INT blocker boards measure 14"L x 7"W, and the SR boards measure 15"L x 8"W.

Yes - if you need the protection of a SR but the size of an INT glove, then I'd go with the 18K for sure. The 14K line is designed for a beginner to INT level goalie. At your advanced level you'd be better off with an 18K.
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