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Vaughn Custom Sports 7800 Chest & Arm

New for 2012, the Vaughn VP 7800 Velocity 5 Chest and Arm protector features several upgrades over the older 7600 model, while still retaining the same great protection and mobility features that goalies have come to love for years. For starters, the shoulder floaters have been widened at the top outside shoulder location for added protection. The old aerospacer material on the floaters has been replaced by nylon to give a more solid blocking surface (so the material won't stretch upon impact), and also decrease the grabbing of the material against the jersey. Additional, removeable pillows under shoulder floaters for custom fit. Separate, secondary HD foam protection sits beneath the main floaters and over the shoulder joint, and an additional, widened HD foam rib cage wing helps keep pucks from slipping under the arms.The chest pad design features three (3) independent layers for extreme flexibility and protection with multiple load paths to decrease impacts. The lower chest pad belly flap allows the unit to flex when crouching so the unit stays positioned even in a deep crouch. New side chest pad extensions extend over the upper rib cage to both increase protection and cover the side attachment buckle.Arm floaters are anatomically positioned to stay in place while moving, and wide bicep molded caps add to protection and net coverage. Multiple adjustment points for arm width and elbow cap position insure a custom fit. * Multi-sectioned chest protector with flex low panel at belly * Tapered forearm padding for improved fit with gloves * Four-point adjustable elbow pads with molded end caps * Military spec hardware for strength * Wide spec shoulder floaters increase protection and body coverage * Side chest pad extensions in upper rib cage with velcro adjustment
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Vaughn epic 8800
How come you guys at Total Goalie don't carry the Vaughn Epic 8800 chest protector? I'm only curious because I can name a handful of Nhlers using them.
Skill Level: Advanced
Gender: Male
Age: 13-18
Frequency: 2-5 times per week
asked 1 year, 8 months ago
by
Anonymous
on 7800 Chest & Arm
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The Vaughn 8800 was replaced by the new and improved Vaughn Ventus LT90.
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answered 1 year, 8 months ago
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JMartin
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How is the 7800 compared to the Lt90
Skill Level: Advanced
Gender: Male
Age: 13-18
Frequency: More than 5 times per week
asked 1 year, 1 month ago
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Anonymous
 - Plymouth, MN
on 7800 Chest & Arm
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Both are great Pro level units. The LT90 has a shorter belly and arms than the 7800. For instance, if you fit into a large LT90 you will likely fit into a medium 7800. I also find the shorter belly on the LT90 makes it easier to tuck inside my pants. I would recommend stopping into one of your local Minnesota Total Hockey stores and trying both unit on. If they don't have the correct size in that specific store ask to have one sent in so you can try them side by side. I would also recommend bringing along your pants to make sure they work well with either chest guard.
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answered 1 year, 1 month ago
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JMartin
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Sizing
I am 6 ft tall but my arm span is a bit long, 73 to 74 inches. Would I fit in a XL?
Skill Level: Advanced
Gender: Male
Age: Over 40
Frequency: 2-5 times per week
asked 1 month, 3 weeks ago
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flchuck
 - Florida
on 7800 Chest & Arm
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I would probably recommend an XL. With our breakaway membership program, you do get free return shipping and 10% off your order so that you can return the chest/arm if it doesn't fit properly.
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answered 1 month, 3 weeks ago
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JeffC
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