|CCM 100 Series Street Goalie Leg Pads Sr||
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The CCM 100 Series Street Goalie Leg Pads are a great choice for the recreational roller or ball hockey goalie, offering solid protection and a lightweight design to maximize mobility.
The 100 Series leg pads are constructed with an ultra lightweight design, utilizing foams of different density to provide great protection while also being light enough to move around with ease. The leg pads have an NHL pro graphic, making these as stylish as they are functional.
The pads have some appealing features, including a thigh protector and deep leg channel. The adjustable fast-lock nylon buckle straps make it easy to quickly strap the pads on and play.
- Model Number: GP100
- Heritage: New
- Level of Player: (Senior)
- Roller: Recreational
- Ice: Non-certified for ice hockey
- Not to be used for ice hockey
- Playing Style: Standup
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- Reinforced nylon fabric cover
- Good for durability
- NHL Pro Graphic
- Lightweight design and construction
- Thigh Protector
- Low and medium density foams
- Durable Flat front design
- Good for controlling rebounds and increasing longevity
- Outer Roll:
- Rounded outer roll design
- Two breaks in outer roll
- Break below the knee as well as at the boot for flex
- Inner Roll:
- One-piece flat inside edge
- Calf Wrap:
- 2 Medium density foam flaps
- Leg Channel:
- Deep leg channel
- Keeps the pad in place
- Soft padding
- Adjustable fast-lock nylon buckle straps
- 1.8lbs (Based on Senior 33" Leg Pad)
Comments: As with most street pads, these aren't very durable out of the box, but they're light and most of the design is better than other options. The price is better, too. The leg channels aren't too deep like other street pads, and there's a long, better placed pad for a knee landing if you are going to butterfly. The knee protection isn't nearly enough, but it's a start. In the first two games (street, so with sneakers) I've been able to get them to rotate pretty well, though if you want to butterfly with these and have them last longer, I would suggest you make a few modifications.
If you're using shoes, a rise in the arch of the sole helps with the bottom strap, though the velcro does not hold well so I would suggest tying it. The toe ties work, but you'll need to have a shoe with a place far in the front of the shoe to tie them. I would also suggest attaching a plastic cover of some kind to the inside toes as they otherwise will begin to wear down on day 1. Personally I used parts of milk jugs and cord. The next crucial mod (if you plan to drop to a butterfly) would be to either wear knee pads that can take the impact on their own, or to add a stack or block, which besides protecting your knees will give a more stable platform to have your knees land on and reduce stress on the hips. I used some blocks with grommets and attached them with laces, and also wear my ice knee pads (PAWS).
In summary, all street pads (except overpriced mediocre ones) are cheap and cheaply made, but with a better price and better basic design, I'm happy to have picked these up.
From: Rob, Brooklyn, NY