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04-28-2010, 01:26 PM
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Originally Posted by Jarick View Post
The best bang for the buck in hockey gear is a step down from the top end. It's diminishing marginal returns. The One75's are pretty dang close to the One95's, a little different liner and a different type of inserts, while the One55's have no inserts, a much cheaper palm, different liner, a lot less thumb protection, etc.
Fair enough, but I'd still consider them mid-range. I mean, simply because it seems silly to do things like say: Top of the line, mid-top, mid-range, low-mid, bottom of the line. He also still included a glove that was essentially equal to the One55, and two that were only a step up so I'll still say "similar". To be fair, I wore the XXX for a loooong time and switched to XXXX about two years ago, so I only know the other gloves from wearing a buddies gloves when I didn't have a pair handy (for pickup or roller hockey in the summer) or fooling with them in a pro-shop.

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