CCM Extreme Flex Shield Pro Chest Protector

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The CCM Extreme Flex Shield Pro Chest Protector is a pro level chest protector. Recommended 5 to 7 uses per week.

CCM Extreme Flex Shield Pro Chest Protector

New for 2016 is the CCM Extreme Flex Shield Pro Chest Protector. The Extreme Flex Shield is part of the CCM E-Flex II series which is built for the hybrid style goalie who values flexibility and movement in a chest protector. The Extreme Flex Shield is different from the CCM Premier chest protector which has a much bigger and wider fit. With new rule changes possibly coming in the 2016/17, the Extreme Flex Shield may be the more common chest protector in the future. This chest protector was built with two schools of thought in mind – flexibility and rebound control. Two new materials are being used in this unit – ADIPRENE® which is in the chest area and ADIPRENE+® which is used in the shoulder floaters. CCM has set out to design a chest protector that does a better job controlling rebounds with these materials. The ADIPRENE® & ADIPRENE+® are built to absorb shock and keep rebounds on or around the goalies body. The torso is the largest solid mass on a goalie and therefore getting a rebound to stay on or around this area has a huge benefit. No one thinks about rebound control but they should, benefits of controlling rebounds on the torso and arms will have huge benefits for a goalie.

Chest Protector Style – Athletic Hybrid Style

CCM Extreme Flex Shield Pro Chest Protector Features

  • Shoulder Wings: Segmented, molded high density Adiprene+ foam helps to kick the rebounds away
  • Sternum: 3D molded high density foam helps to increase overall protection
  • Chest: Adiprene and EPP foam blocks help to offer greater rebound control without adding weight
  • Bicep/Forearm: Compression molded high density EPP foam offers great protection without adding weight
  • Elbow: Independent adjustable elbow protector for a customized fit
  • Shoulder Cap: Compression molded high density foam helps to maximize protection

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

There are two basic designs in the goalie market in regards 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 are 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 goalies 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 goalies 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.

Warranty Information

The consumer’s proof of purchase must accompany all claims. CCM reserves the right to repair or replace, at our option, any product determined to be defective. CCM will warrant products that have been repaired, provided the repairs were performed at its factory or at an authorized repair depot. If, in CCM’s determination, product failure is due to accident, abuse, negligence or abnormal use, the product will not be covered by this or any other warranty. This warranty is expressly declared to be given in lieu of all other warranties expressed or implied on CCM’s part. No person is authorized to give an additional warranty in connection with the sale of CCM products. Professional, NHL, CHL, ECHL, USHL, AHL and university or college team sales are excluded from this warranty.

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