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Reebok 18K Leg Pads

The new Reebok 18K leg pads close faster, offer more coverage, and provide the solid seal needed to win. The 18K features many new and innovative upgrades over the previous model, as well as a softer flex that will appeal to both blocking and hybrid style goaltenders.The 18K is a flat faced pad with a solid outer knee roll, and the stock version comes with a nice, pre-formed S shape. Internally, the pad features foam breaks both above and below the knee, which help give the pad more flex than you would anticipate in a pad with a solid outer roll. Additionally, the internal pad foam mold has a softer FLEXCORE boot break built in, which is great for goalies who want more flex in the ankle.The knee lock has been modified in the 18K to include Reebok's new MAXCOVERAGE design. On the inside of the knee, this design features a wider, thicker knee raiser which provides a more stable landing platform while going into the butterfly, as well as an additional blocking surface when going into your knees together/ankles together Giggy-fly when blocking five hole shots. On the outside of the knee, the outermost knee cradle flap has been significantly shortened, and a new, additional knee lock strap postion at the top of the outside calf flap can create an extremely wide, extremely loose fitting knee setup. By opening up the knee, the pad is allowed to slide towards the inside of the goalies leg, which presents a smaller five hole to the shooter. Goalies who like a traditional set up can also attach the knee lock strap to the outer knee lock flap, which holds the knee more tightly to the pad.On the inside edge of the pad, the calf position has been moved forward and includes a 1/2 HD foam SOLIDSEAL pad to provide a more stable butterfly platform, as well as an additional blocking surface on the ice. At the knee, the traditional straps that run outside and over the top of the knee raisers have now been run through channels in the knee raiser itself. By moving the strap position, the straps are kept from pulling the thigh rise up off of the ice when going into the butterfly. Combined with the SOLIDSEAL calf wrap, both of these features give the pad a complete seal to the ice in the butterfly. * Quick Release: open knee cradle allows the pad to drop to the inside of your leg to close the 5-hole for more coverage * MAXCOVERAGE: A knee raised inside knee raiser with straps running through the injection molded foam for maximum 5-hole coverage and stability * SOLIDSEAL: Forward position calf wrap keeps the inside edge flat and flush to the ice giving a solid seal in the butterfly position * FLEXCORE: A new softer boot flex option for goalies wanting more flex at the ankle.
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Questions & Answers for Reebok 18K Leg Pads

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What is the differance between the P 4 Pro leg pads and the P4 18k intermediate leg pads?
Skill Level: Advanced
Gender: Male
Age: 6-12
Frequency: 2-5 times per week
asked 2 years, 7 months ago
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Anonymous
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Assuming that you're asking about the differences in both sets of intermediate pads, the differences are as follows:

Face of Pad: Jenpro (P4), Microfiber (18K)

Nylon in leg channel: 420D Heavy duty (P4), 400 (regular) (18K)

Leg Channel Foams: higher density in P4 than in 18K

Also, you can customize the P4's, whereas you can only choose from 3 stock colors in the 18K's.

In a nutshell, the materials that the P4 are made from are of a little better quality than those in the 18K. However, at your age, even if you're playing at an advanced level, the 18K's will be more than durable enough for use 2-5 times a week and they'll last you until you grow out of them.
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Are the decals on the 18k's sewn on?
could you answer this question plus post a picture of the white/black/red ones?
Skill Level: Advanced
Frequency: 2-5 times per week
asked 2 years, 6 months ago
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Anonymous
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Yes - the graphic is sewn on the 18K leg pad. Pictures of the available colors will be posted as soon as the inventory arrives (in a few weeks).
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what do the colors white black red look like on the pads?
Skill Level: Intermediate
Gender: Male
Age: 6-12
Frequency: 2-5 times per week
asked 2 years, 6 months ago
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Anonymous
 - Pittsburgh
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All white pads, 2 red outer stripes, 2 black inner stripes.
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How big of a difference is the size going from a jr to int blocker and glove?
I have a pair of jr one60 blocker & glove and i want to know how much of a change would it be to get some 18k's?
Skill Level: Advanced
Age: 6-12
asked 2 years, 6 months ago
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Anonymous
on 18K Leg Pads
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Go to the 18K blocker or catch glove page, and click on the "Sizing" tab. There, you will find a hand size chart that should tell you if you should be in a Junior or Intermediate glove. These measurements relate to how your hand will fit in the palms of the gloves, so you'll have an idea of how big the INT palm is compared to the JR palm.

As far as sizes go, here are the physical size differences between the Junior and Sr. catch gloves and blockers:

18K Int. Blocker Board: 14 x 7 inches
18K Int. Catch Glove: 44 inch perimeter

14K JR Blocker Board: 13 x 6.5 inches
14K JR Catch Glove: 43 inch perimeter
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Is it? (See additional Details)
I am just growing into a intermediate glove and my hand is 6 and 3/10 in. Will the 18k be easy to open and close at the start? if not, how long will it take to break it in?
Skill Level: Advanced
Gender: Male
Age: 6-12
Frequency: 2-5 times per week
asked 2 years, 6 months ago
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We've only received a few of these gloves in inventory so far, but they have all been fairly broken in right out of the box. I don't think it will take much time to break them in at all.
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whats the difference between jenpro and microfiber?
i saw the other question about the p4 pro and the 18ks, but i wanted to know what the advantage of jenpro is and if it really makes a difference.
Skill Level: Intermediate
Gender: Male
Age: 13-18
Frequency: 1 time per week
asked 2 years, 6 months ago
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Anonymous
 - Pittsburgh
on 18K Leg Pads
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Both pads are made of microfiber. Jenpro is just a microfiber with a brand name. Reebok doesn't want to release the name of the micorfiber that they use in the 18K to protect their R&D dept. So, the materials are essentially the same but the difference is in the thickness (P4 = 1.4mm thick, 18K = 1.35mm thick). The thicker Jenpro will help on the wear areas without making the pad any heavier.

The bigger difference in these pads is in the foam construction. The P4 uses an injection molded boot foam, which creates a one piece, rigid boot structure that will keep the pad from breaking down over time. The 18K uses laminated sheets of foam which tend to settle a bit more. However, at your age, skill level, and frequency of play, you will probably have the pads for only two years (due to growth) and won't notice much settling or protection issues at all.
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I don't see 32''
Are the 18k pads available in 32 inch intermediate size?
asked 2 years, 6 months ago
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DerekM
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Unfortunately, the 18K pads don't come in a 32+1 size. Pad sizes for this line are as follows:

SR: 33+1, 34+1, 35+2
INT: 29+1, 30+1, 31+1

To get a 32+1 in an INT size, you would need to get a Premier 4 leg pad.
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What does the white/white/black version of the pad look like?
Thinking about getting it
Skill Level: Advanced
Gender: Male
Age: 13-18
Frequency: 2-5 times per week
asked 2 years, 6 months ago
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Anonymous
on 18K Leg Pads
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The blue striping that you see in the picture is black.
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when does it come back in stock
asked 2 years, 6 months ago
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The 18K line will be in stock around May 15, 2012.
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Is there a weight difference between the 18K and the P4 Int pads?
Skill Level: Advanced
Gender: Male
Age: 13-18
Frequency: More than 5 times per week
asked 2 years, 5 months ago
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Anonymous
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yes - but the difference is very slight. The 18K will weight approximately 0.10 lbs more than the P4.
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