Manufacturer: Vaughn
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Senior SLR Pro Carbon Pad

VAUGHN Senior SLR Pro Carbon Hockey Goalie Pad

FEATURES

  • Full foam core internal structure
  • Extreme light weight
  • Flat front firm blocking surface
  • Rotation control inner leg strap
  • Calf strap with magnetic buckle closure
  • Adjustable angle skate strap
  • Single break outside roll
  • Pro core internal with full length carbon fiber reinforcement
  • Extra carbon fiber layer above knee for added pad stiffness
  • Flat inner edge with higher density foam
  • HD foam internal core front panel for superior performance
  • Vertical oriented graphic has split front face and sewn in graphic stripes
  • Visually taller graphic appearance
  • Wide knee cradle with angled adjustable strap
  • Wide leg cradle design speeds pad rotation
  • Deeper inner knee side panel for added balance and coverage
  • Tapered outer edge on knee cradle for added pad rotation
  • Offset tie on toe assembly
  • New calf and leg strapping system
  • Preshaped pad structure for precision fit
  • Higher boot angle
  • Optional dual break outside roll
  • Available in size: 34+1″
Senior Hockey Goalie Pad
Item No: 30059746
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$1,999.99
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VAUGHN Senior SLR Pro Carbon Hockey Goalie Pad

FEATURES

  • Full foam core internal structure
  • Extreme light weight
  • Flat front firm blocking surface
  • Rotation control inner leg strap
  • Calf strap with magnetic buckle closure
  • Adjustable angle skate strap
  • Single break outside roll
  • Pro core internal with full length carbon fiber reinforcement
  • Extra carbon fiber layer above knee for added pad stiffness
  • Flat inner edge with higher density foam
  • HD foam internal core front panel for superior performance
  • Vertical oriented graphic has split front face and sewn in graphic stripes
  • Visually taller graphic appearance
  • Wide knee cradle with angled adjustable strap
  • Wide leg cradle design speeds pad rotation
  • Deeper inner knee side panel for added balance and coverage
  • Tapered outer edge on knee cradle for added pad rotation
  • Offset tie on toe assembly
  • New calf and leg strapping system
  • Preshaped pad structure for precision fit
  • Higher boot angle
  • Optional dual break outside roll
  • Available in size: 34+1″

General Tips

  • Always air dry equipment in a well ventilated area after use. Air circulation enhances the speed at which equipment dries and also minimizes the smell!
  • Spray or deodorize products with sports disinfectant and not household sprays such as Febreze. Household products will actually break down equipment because they use different chemicals, which are harmful to the performance of goal equipment.
  • If you are washing your equipment, do not use Tide as the abrasives in the detergent can cause the foam to breakdown prematurely. 
  • Keep all you gear away from direct heat as this could cause damage if the equipment gets too hot.
  • Don’t leave your equipment in your car or in your bag. The gear must breath when it is not being used so the protection does not break down and bacteria does not grow. 
  • We do offer Fresh Gear Cleaning System in our Sports Repair department and you can bring in your bag and we will deodorize it for you.  By using Fresh Gear on your equipment you are eliminating odor-causing bacteria, reducing the risk of infection and prolonging the life of your goal equipment. 
  • Do not believe everything you hear on the internet! Have questions? Ask us.

Pad Tips

  • Do not bench (meaning compressing your pads) your goal pads. This may shrink your goal pads and break the internal foam/plastics.
  • Let your pads air dry by placing them upside down against a wall.
  • Do not use any leather softeners or conditioners because goal pads are synthetic leather. 
  • Magic Erasers use harmful chemicals to goal pads. To stop puck marks from appearing, wipe pads with towel after use or use goal specific products. We sell a product called Pad Aid which works like a Magic Eraser but has no chemicals. 
  • Do not use your leg straps to pull the top of the pad down. This will torque the top of each pad and open up the five hole area. 
  • Carry your pads by the bottom skate straps and do not pull the straps if you are caught on a door or another object, it will put extra pressure that may cause the straps to pull out.
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