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11-10-2010, 09:34 AM
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Does anyone know where i may find preferably Buins colors Cooper-all's (Padding and breezers)? I have been looking online and i guess i have not found a place yet. I 6'6 on skates and weigh about 230lbs so an XL should fit me fine. Also will rec adult leagues allow you to wear even Roller Hockey Breezers and pads if i can't find ice ones?

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I looked for Cooper-alls for an extended period of time b/c I wanted them for pond hockey in the winter and i did not have any luck. They are a tough find.

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Does anyone know where i may find preferably Buins colors Cooper-all's (Padding and breezers)? I have been looking online and i guess i have not found a place yet. I 6'6 on skates and weigh about 230lbs so an XL should fit me fine. Also will rec adult leagues allow you to wear even Roller Hockey Breezers and pads if i can't find ice ones?
Most will and if you want bruins colors best option is to make you own.

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Most will and if you want bruins colors best option is to make you own.
I found these but they are roller:
http://www.bluecowhockey.co.uk/p284/...duct_info.html

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I saw some on ebay a year or two ago.

But if you do find copperalls you have to get one of the jerseys from this thread

http://hfboards.com/showthread.php?t=576040

to wear with them.

have you ever used copperalls?

I saw a guy getting ready for a mens league game putting them on and he said that he likes them as long as he doesn't fall. He said that if you fall at speed you will go skipping across the ice like a stone being skipped across a pond.

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I saw some on ebay a year or two ago.

But if you do find copperalls you have to get one of the jerseys from this thread

http://hfboards.com/showthread.php?t=576040

to wear with them.

have you ever used copperalls?

I saw a guy getting ready for a mens league game putting them on and he said that he likes them as long as he doesn't fall. He said that if you fall at speed you will go skipping across the ice like a stone being skipped across a pond.
I have worn them in the past. My team is the Bruins and we already wear:

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I saw some on ebay a year or two ago.

But if you do find copperalls you have to get one of the jerseys from this thread

http://hfboards.com/showthread.php?t=576040

to wear with them.

have you ever used copperalls?

I saw a guy getting ready for a mens league game putting them on and he said that he likes them as long as he doesn't fall. He said that if you fall at speed you will go skipping across the ice like a stone being skipped across a pond.
I remember hearing that the sliding at high speeds was the main reason they were banned from the NHL.

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I have worn them in the past. My team is the Bruins and we already wear:
okay well I just remembered that I have seen a pair of black cooperall pants at a thrift shop a while back. I'll see if they still have them and what size they are. if I find them, I'll pick them up for you and send them to you no charge.

Good luck in your quest.

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