Brian's OPTiK 9.0 Senior Goalie Leg Pads

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The Brian's Optik 9.0 goal pads are a performance level pad from Brian’s that brings many of the advantages of the Optik Pro to a much lower price point, making Brian’s quality more available to the masses.

External Material
The Optik 9.0 leg pad uses very traditional Brian’s synthetic leather for the outside of the pad. Anyone who has touched a Brian’s pad before knows this is a good thing. The inside sliding edge also has a weave surface to increase sliding speed and limit friction, similarly to the Primo found on Brian’s pro offerings

Internal Construction
The internal construction of the Optik 9.0 hockey pad is much better than the price point leads on. The pad is has solid HD internals similar to the Optik pro. The solid core has some flex too it so it is softer than most pads that offer similar construction. The outer roll of the pad is also streamlined to increase weight savings as well as offer a bit softer of a pad flex.

Pad Break
The Optik 9.0 senior goalie pads don’t offer any pad breaks, however the pad is not as stiff as “no break” would make it seem. The internal flex and streamlined outer roll means that the pad has good flex despite having no external pad breaks.

Boot Angle & Toe Taper
The boot of the Optik 9.0 goalie pad is slightly above 90* and is similar in stiffness to the front facing of the pad. This angle with help with the direction of pucks to the corners, and make sure the pad doesn’t settle as much as an extremely soft boot would.

Knee Cradle
The knee cradle is a full nylon design to help with pad rotation. The large landing surface ensures that goalies will not slip off during play and the strap behind the knee allows goalies to have a tighter pad feel overall, or drop down to the calf to allow for a more open feeling.

Knee & Thigh Protection
The Optik 9.0 senior goalie pads do not offer any included thigh and knee protection, but do come equipped with a tab to install G-NETik 2 knee pads with a velcro attachment if you are looking for a pad attached knee protector.

The strapping on the Optik 9.0 is very similar to its older siblings the G-netik 8.0 and the Subzero 7.0. This is the traditional Smartstrap “Y” system that has been around modern Brian’s pads since velcro has been a viable option on goalie pads. This allows for extreme adjustability as well as extremely fast dressing and undressing. The system is tried and tested and has become on of the most recognizable in the industry.

Sizes & Colors
Brian’s Optik 9.0 will be available in a variety of sizes in senior. 33”+1” , 34”+1”, 35”+1” and 36”+1”. White, White/Black, White/Red, White/Blue and White/Black/Red will be the colourways that are available for the pad.

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Boot Angle80 Degree
External MaterialJenpro and Weave Jenpro
Heel & Toe AttachmentSmartstrap Toe & Heel
Internal ConstructionHD Foam Construction
Knee & Calf StrappingOriginal Smartstrap
Knee CradleNylon
Knee & Thigh ProtectionAttachment for G-NETik 2 knee pad (not included)
Made InPhilippines
Pad BreakNo Break Flex Core
Toe Taper80 Degree
Warranty1 Year
Brian's Leg Pad Sizing Chart
Leg Pad Size
Ankle-To-Knee Measurement
Thigh Rise
21" 12" 6.5"
23" 13.5" 7"
25" 14.5" 7.5"
27+1" 15.5" 9"
29+1" 16" 10"
30+1" 16" 10.5"
31+1" 16.5" 10.5"
32+1" 17" 11"
33+1" 17.5" 11"
34+1" 18" 11"
35+1" 18" 12"
36+1" 19" 12"
37+1" 19" 13"
38+1" 20" 13"

Goalie Leg Pads Sizing

Deciding your Goalie Pads size is crucial for having total control while moving in the crease. Sizing your pads properly is the difference between getting that perfect seal on your butterfly, and feeling clunky or unprotected in the net. Below we have compiled some information to better assist you in deciding which size is right for you.

Ankle-To-Knee Measurement
Your Ankle-To-Knee measurement will give you a good indication as to what "Pad Size" you will need. This measurement can be matched up with the provided sizing chart above.

How to Measure your Ankle-To-Knee

    1. In your bare feet, place the soft measuring tape at the inside of the inside of your ankle.
    2. Slightly bend your knee.
    3. Run the soft measuring tape up your shin, to the middle of your knee.
    4. Match your Ankle-To-Knee measurement with the provided sizing chart

What to look for when trying on your new pads.
Once you have your new leg pads, you’ll need to make sure they fit you properly. To do so, you’ll need to put the pads on with your skates. There a couple things to do to check size, once you have the pads on:
1. Stand straight and bring your feet together. This will show you the overall height of the pad, while on. Your pads should not be taller than your hips. Ideally you want the top of your pad at the half-way point of your thighs. A pad fitted for a young growing goaltender can be a little taller, so a little above the half-way point is normal.
2. Next you want to get in your stance, keep your hands in a ready position, and drop to your butterfly. Without moving your legs to correct your butterfly, bring your heels together. This is where you assess your knee position. For a proper fit, you want the middle of your knee to sit directly on the center of the knee stack. If you’re looking for growing room, you want the middle of your knee to land roughly 1.5” below the center of the knee stack (1” for JR).

Not getting a complete seal while in your butterfly?
If you're having trouble getting a full seal in your new pads, it may be the way you’re strapping them up. Make sure your boot strap and top straps (above knee) are loosened up a bit. The reason you want these straps loose is because they have a direct effect on the rotation of the pad. Having a loose boot strap makes it easy for your foot and ankle to rotate as the pad moves. Same goes for the top straps, as you don't want them pulling down too hard on the thigh rise.

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