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cportland1 01-11-2012 06:42 PM

Best Butterfly style goalie pads??
 
I am a goalie for a travel team as well as my high school team and i play a very butterfly based game. I currently have Vaughns which are very good but are getting old. Ive been looking for pads and don't want to spend a great deal of money. Any suggestions on a butterfly style pad that is not too expensive yet durable?

Thepandamancan 01-11-2012 09:26 PM

The Vaughn Vision 9400 pads are very good...I believe the whole set can be had for around 7-800 dollars (US).

I use the Bauer One80 set and I love it, but they're a bit more expensive and probably not built as well as the Vaughns.

Outside of finding something old, like a Reebok P3 on clearance...those should do you well.

pelts35.com 01-12-2012 08:50 AM

What's your definition of "don't want to spend a great deal of money"?

Ryno 01-14-2012 01:56 AM

Pads are very subjective, but definitely take a look at some clearance Brian's Focus pads.

Canadian made, tons of customization options, very stiff but incredibly light. Durability is second to none, IMO.

I picked up a new set this year for $850 CDN. Brian's has discontinued this line of pads and replaced them with the new Subzero line, so many places are looking to clear them out.

adaminnj 01-18-2012 04:47 PM

TPS R8 pads are amazing pads I have 2 sets I paid 200 bucks each for brand spanking new! They are pro level pads but they are 4 years old. so lots of places are blowing out the R8s.

here is a link to a pad poll which includes the TPS R8, Vaughn V3, and TPS summit.

http://www.goaliestore.com/board/equ...ponse-pro.html

markisonfire 01-18-2012 05:51 PM

Definite +1 for the Vaughn 9400 Leg Pads. I would also check out the Reebok 7000 Leg Pads. A buddy of mine plays for a D3 school and swears by them, especially for the price. He's a butterfly goalie to a fault.

Xvash2 01-18-2012 07:03 PM

100 different goalies will tell you 100 different things. Personally though I use Reeboks because I feel their edges are a bit more square and that helps to stop your pad from rolling on you. Unfortunately pads can at times really be you get what you pay for.

Royal Canuck 01-18-2012 09:49 PM

Vaughn V3's/V4's or Brian's Focus.

OrangeZebra 01-22-2012 05:32 PM

If you have a wide butterfly, get a pad that is stiff and has no breaks, if you have a thin butterfly, get a soft pad with 1/2 breaks

ex:
Lundqvist (stiff)

Quick (soft)


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