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03-23-2012, 05:12 PM
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r3cc0s
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Originally Posted by hockeymass View Post
They were really, really good. Well made, comfortable, good protection.

Most of the pros use Reebok protective stuff (especially the shins, Reebok claims 99% of all NHLers use their shins) since that's pretty much the descendant of Jofa.
except really, I don't understand why anyone who isn't playing contact at a high level in Minor/Jr or isn't a pro would rock pro level gear

if there isn't hitting, there isn't a need for Jofa 7,8,9,11k, TotalOne, X:60, S19/EQ50 protective gear (well I could see the totaONE's pants... as they're fricken light, but ****, they're like $200)

in fact, i've seen more people hurt from "newb's" monster pads hitting people in the face while they chicken wing while trying to loose a puck near their feet on the boards with their 10foot long sticks

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