Quarters: Anatomically formedLiner: Brushed nylonTongue: White felt + lacebite insertOutsole: Injected outsoleChassis: HI-LOWheel: NEW HI-LO HL3 82ABearing: HI-LO ABEC 5 608Width: E
Mechanically attached EPP linerExtremely Lightweight HelmetTRON VentsPlastic ear coversProtective gel pads for comfort & protectionCE Approved (Europe approved)
Shaft - Multi-ply Baltic Birch shaft87 Flex60 inches in heightBlade - Natural ABS core double reinforced fiberglass construction for toughness - 6 ounce fiberglass blade wrap for toughnessMade in Canada...
Sakic curve - 85 flex3K carbon blade increases stiffness and accuracy50% Composite construction 50% FiberglassTapered shaft design590 grams
Shaft - Multi-ply Baltic Birch shaft54 inches in heightBlade - Natural ABS core double reinforced fiberglass construction for toughness - 6 ounce fiberglass blade wrap for toughnessMade in Canada
Ankle support delivers performance pro players demand Pro comfort plus foams immediately form to the ankles eliminating break-in Anatomical Foam-felt tongue features lightweight high-density molded foam with a lace-bite guard...
Jersey Tron has a giant selection of discount hockey jerseys, customized replica NHL and practice hockey jerseys, hockey socks, composite and wood hockey sticks, hockey gloves, hockey pants, hockey helmets, hockey visors and various accessories for your hockey gear at the best prices. We have a warehouse full of hockey equipment! Pro Stock, equipment exclusives, combos, stick shaft & blade packs and ice and roller hockey starter kits. Be sure to visit our warehouse hockey store in Norwalk California. Don’t forget to check our hockey clearance section for deals that will save you up to 80% on select hockey equipment.
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