CCM Extreme Flex E6.5 Junior Chest & Arm Protector


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CCM Extreme Flex E6.5 Junior Chest & Arm Protector

New for 2023 is the CCM Extreme Flex 6.5 junior goalie chest and arm protector. Made to make a goalie parents life easier, the arms, shoulder floaters, collar area can all be adjusted for a customized for every goalie. Made for max flex and fit, this is a nice protective unit for a young goalie without sacrificing mobility.

We would like to note that the CCM Eflex 6.5 Junior Chest & Arm Protector runs on the small side.  The chest circumference of the S/M is 15 inches with a wrist-to-wrist measurement (arms spread straight out to the side) is also 15 inches.  The L/XL is a 16-inch chest circumference and the wrist to wrist also 16 inches.

Chest Protector Style – Athletic Hybrid Style

CCM Extreme Flex E6.5 Junior Chest Protector Features:

    • Model Year: 2023
    • Max Flex Fit: Built for ultimate mobility.
    • Back & Spine: Comfort & Coverage – Moves with the body for great fit and feel.
    • Sternum & Clavicle: PE Foam – Great impact protection.
    • Shoulder Wings: Quick Release Velcro Adjustment with Flex Motion Design – Customized fit that moves with you.
    • Elbow Protection: Independently Adjustable Elbow Protection with Comfort Fit Cap – Personized fit for mobility.
    • Rib Protection:  Extended impact protection & coverage with added breathability.
    • Chest Protection: Multi Segmented PE Foam – Protection that keeps you mobile.
    • Bicep/Forearm Protection: PE Foam – Protection and mobility.
    • Shoulder Cap: Compression-Molded PE Foam – Optimized protection

Athletic Style (Hybrid) Vs. Blocking Style (Coverage) Chest Protectors

There are two basic designs in the goalie market in regard to chest protectors. These are based on the two types of styles that goalies play – hybrid and coverage. The hybrid goalie needs a more athletic style chest protector that allows him/her to move freely and maximize their agility. These units contour around the body with little to no gaps. The shoulder floaters are also smaller and form around the goalie in a more natural manner. Arms and elbow guards move freely and do not bind up, allowing for maximum mobility. The big upside to having an athletic style chest protector is the movement and freedom these provide. The downside to the athletic style chest is a decrease in size and materials. Now we are not saying they are not protective because most chest protectors are built to a very high standard and have great protection qualities. However, to make something move better you have to take something away and by doing this there will obviously be less material. We can say honestly that athletic chest protectors are extremely protective and the added materials in the blocking style are more about taking up space then adding protection.

The blocking style chest protectors are built for the coverage goalies that like to play big and take up as much space in the net as possible. The shoulder floaters are much wider and usually have multiple layers. The arm and elbow guards are also flared wider to take up as much space as possible. The blocking style chest protector tends to have more gaps and extra space on the goalie’s body because of the extra size. The upside to the blocking style chest protectors is the extra space it takes up. These chest protectors can easily make the shoulder width of a goalie four to six inches wider compared to an athletic style chest protector. Also, since the arms and elbow are bigger, there are less gaps for the puck to squeeze between the goalie’s body and arms. The downside to these blocking style units is the lack of movement. Because of the extra bulk, movement can be compromised. You can’t have the best of both worlds, if you make it bigger it will take away mobility.