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Im coming from a bauer one90 34+1 goalie pads and looking into moving into these ccm 500's. would i be a size 33+1 or 34+1?i heard ccm's run big.
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Zero G Leg Pad TH SPEC 2012

* Full Pro Spec construction * Utilizes revolutionary closed cell Briotek construction to produce the lightest weight pro level pad * Pre-curved contoured shape with game ready motion based design (MBD) * Multi-density internal face for lightweight protection and energy absorption * Extended outer calf protection * Completely flat medial edge to help seal pad to the ice and avoid under/over rotation * Segmented outer roll increases pad flexibility * Full synthetic leather boot with offset toe string option * Squared thigh with multi-layered high density foams * Plus 1 sizing adds one inch to the thigh riser * Made in Canada (Senior model) * Medium Flex Option at Boot Break - Total Hockey Spec * Pro Stock, 1.5 Toe Taper for a wider stance and less pad interference when pushing laterally - Total Hockey Spec * Total Hockey Spec colors with colored side gusset CLICK HERE FOR A CUSTOMIZER * 1st Color = Primary Color * 2nd Color = Dominant Design Color * 3rd Color = Internal Design Color
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