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Brians M Series Blocker

The Brian's M-Series blocker is the Sr. Pro version of the popular Zero G Pro Stock blocker, but we think you'll be hard pressed to notice the differences. Brian's has refined their overseas production facilities to the point where their Sr. Pro offering is nearly at the level of it's Pro Stock models. Adult goalies on a budget, or younger, growing goalies who replace their gloves often will appreciate this level of quality.Like the Zero G, the M-Series blocker features a beveled blocking board on all four sides. By tapering the board, Brian's has both reduced it's overall weight and has centered the weight of the board over the back of the hand. This keeps the glove very well balanced, and it keeps your hand well protected as the thickest part of the board is over your hand. New for 2012, the graphic package on the M-Series blocker feature the popular Sub Zero design.The fingers feature HD foam wrap around protection that guard the fingers whether they are gripping the stick or not. The HD foam side deflector board provides excellent protection, and because it's as wide as the blocker board, it also provides an additional blocking surface when the hand is turned towards the side. The palm of the glove features traditional cream Nash fingers with mesh finger gussets, and the palm has an additional Clarino reinforcement to protect against premature wear. The cuff of the blocker is extremely flexible and is cut in deeply to allow for great wrist mobility.One note about the palm of the glove - the fingers are somewhat longer than in other gloves you'll find. Goalies with larger hands will love this feature, and goalies with medium sized hands will want to try to the glove on to make sure that it works with their style.Additional features include: * Flared top reduces skip over * Binding - less face for maximum coverage * Adjustable Velcro wrist strap * Sub Zero graphics * Blocker Board dimension (inches): Senior (8 x 15), INT (7.5 x 14), JR (7.25 x 13.25), Youth (6.5 x 12.5)
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