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03-21-2009, 05:52 PM
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Goalie Equipment-Pads,Blocker, skates, C/P,

OK I have been buying goalie equipment for a few weeks now (looking for it for about a year) and I was just wondering if I have done alright so far!

List and price:

Flite Goalie leg pads and Itech X-factor Blocker / Catcher (used) $80.00 CAD


Bauer Reactor 3 C/P no rips just needed a good cleaning / de-funking $20.00 CAD

Easton Pro stock Goalie pants (NEW) $130.00 CAD

Eagle Goalie Jock (New) $50.00 CAD

Bauer Vapor XIX skates (used) $120.00 CAD

That is all I have found so far in prices I was willing to spend just to try playing net.

So with everything listed, have I done alright? All equipment is in good to excellent usable condition.
Granted I'm not going to look pretty nothing really matches "colors" but I will be protected well (I believe)


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do you have a stick and helmet? also are those goalie skates?

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The three things you don't want to skimp on are the mask, C/A, and the pads. A good budget option for a mask are those old cooper helmets like Osgood wears, they are all over Ebay. I'd be pretty dubious about the 20 dollar C/A and 80 dollar pads...but all you'll get there are bruises and welts to tell you they are too cheap, if you get a cheap mask you can get a concussion.

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I'm getting a pro stock mask. I have to give my head as much protection as I can for good reason.

The C/P is a good one in good shape I got it from a friend who also manages ASHL leauges for a 4 pad facility. I spend to bloody much money there for him to let me get hurt over 20.00 bucks.

The Leg pads I have had a goalie equipment guy look at and we are making a few mods like new knee boards, and stacks. but all in all the pads, straps and buckles are in great shape. I got the pads so cheep because the kid went from ball hockey to C level league in less than 6 months and needed the 11 in pads and he bought RBK 6K. flite is good stuff they don't even have a low end pad as far as I know.

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do you have a stick and helmet? also are those goalie skates?
Still looking for a mask, sticks are easy. yep them are goalie skates with cowlings and all


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