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M Series Leg Pad

The Brian's M-Series leg pad is the Sr. Pro version of the popular Zero G series leg pad with a flat-faced front and the new Sub Zero graphic. The M-Series pad has nearly all of the features as the Zero G, but it has a mid-level price point. If you're a young, growing goalie playing at any level, or an adult goalie playing mid to high level hockey 1-2 times per week, you'll love the M-Series.One of the attributes that make the M-Series pad unique is the proprietary E-foam that is used in construction. This foam is not only incredibly light weight, but it is pre-molded into a dynamic S shape that, by itself (with little or no pad flex) will close the five hole on both narrow and wide butterflies. This E-Foam is rigid enough to hold the pad in this S shape and keep this shape throughout the life of the pad. Should you like even more pad flex, the H-Series comes with breaks both above and below the knee, as well as nylon thigh rise straps (which are also adjustable to different termination points on the thigh or knee).The boot of the M-Series is tapered, the shallow boot channel is offset towards the inside of the boot, and the toe tie features both a regular and offset tie option. Goalies who play using a wider stance will love this set-up, as it keeps the inside boot of the pad from interfering when the legs are flared out in a standing position. Both the leg channel and the knee cradle are flat and wide, allowing for easy pad rotation. The wide knee cradle also works well for those who wear internal knee pads, as they can easily wrap the knee lock strap around this bulkier protection.Like the Zero G, the M-Series is somewhat stiff out of the box, especially at the boot. The pad plays somewhat hard, meaning that rebounds will shoot away from it upon impact. * Flat-faced design * Sub Zero graphics * Pro spec construction * Lightweight design * Double knee break * Tapered toe * Thinned out upper profile * Removable calf pillow * Leather calf strapping * Replaceable straps/plastic buckles
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What is the difference between the Brian H Series and the Brian M Series?
Skill Level: Intermediate
Gender: Male
Age: 6-12
Frequency: 2-5 times per week
asked 1 year, 10 months ago
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 - Chicago
on M Series Leg Pad
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The H Series pads have flat knee rolls, and the M-Series pads are completely flat faced - no knee rolls. Besides the graphics, that's the only difference.
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