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Ritual Youth Leg Pad

The Ritual Youth leg pad was created with protection and ease of use in mind. The pad is lightweight and flexible enough to work with new goaltenders, yet protective enough with higher level features to make it appealing to more advanced young goaltenders as well.The pad has a flat faced front with a single knee break for predictable rebound control. The inside edge of the pad is flat with senior style knee and calf landing areas for a stable stance while down the butterfly.The back of the pad features one leather boot strap for durability, and 3 nylon webbing attachment straps to help secure the pad quickly and easily to the goalie's leg. The toe features an Ez Toe Tie System that makes it simple to attach the to of the pad to the goalie's skate. The knee lock is height adjustable to accomodate growth. * New youth-specific sizing and construction * Ez Toe Tie System provides a quick and easy way to attach the pad to the goalie's skate * Height-adjustable knee provides a growing goalie the capability to fit safely in the pad for a longer period of time. * Available in sizes 20, 22 and 24
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