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The Reebok Premier 4K Goalie Blocker is designed for younger goaltenders that are playing at the recreational level. The Reebok 4K blocker is constructed from lightweight materials and foams that are designed to protect the goalies stick hand while making a save.

Durable synthetic materials are used on the face and side hand protection giving the goalie blocker added durability in the high wear areas. Nylon fabric is used on the remaining portions of the blocker because of the moisture wicking and lightweight properties. The palm is constructed with a Nash leather and vented mesh gussets that provide added breathability. A padded adjustable wrist strap helps lock the hockey blocker in place and limits twisting on shot impact.

The lightweight design helps younger goalkeepers when performing quick movements and helps keep them in the proper position.

  • Model Number: GB4K
  • Heritage: Reebok Revoke 3000
  • Level of Play: (Junior)
    • Roller: Up to Intermediate
    • Ice: Up to Recreational
  • Sizing Guidelines:
    • Junior: 5 5/8" - 6 1/4"
    • Measured from heel of palm to tip of middle finger
  • Hand Selection:
    • Regular = Blocker used on the right hand
    • Full Right = Blocker used on the left hand
  • Exterior:
    • Synthetic leather
    • Screen printed Reebok Premier design
  • Interior:
    • Loose cuff to enhance mobility
  • Finger Guards:
    • Split finger protection guards
      • Plastic inserts
    • Molded poly and foam reinforced thumb
  • Blocker Board:
    • Lightweight construction
    • Angled board to increase wrist mobility and ease of puck deflection
    • Tapered at the bottom to allow blocker to lay flush on the rink in the paddle down position
  • Palm:
    • Nash leather palm
    • Mesh material on the sides of the fingers
      • Improves airflow
  • Fit:
    • Padded adjustable wrist strap
  • Weight:
    • 1.1lbs
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