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06-11-2011, 07:17 PM
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Goalie Sizing Charts

What are the sizes for goalie pads and stuff

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different makers use different sizing.

RBK chest armor for me is Large, but in John Brown I wear a X-Large. Leg pads are the same and based on preference / what kind of goalie you are. some leg pads you may wear a 33" pad and others you will want a 35" then there is a + factor you may want a 33" +2".

If you are just starting and have your eyes on some cheep pads and your not going to stand in front of high power shooters you may or may not be okay in the pads. if you are actually wanting to learn to play net then you would be better off going to a LHS and getting sized even if you don't buy from them.

Good luck. Goalies are Rat-poop nuts.

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