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Reebok 2K Chest & Arm

Get the most out of your game without sacrificing protection or mobility with the Reebok 2K Chest & Arms. Ideal for entry-level players of ice or inline and also street, the 2K provides 360 protection. The body of the 2K is constructed with PU coated nylon for durability. The shoulders have large square profiles with contoured shoulder floaters that are designed to take majority of the impact so you dont have to. The chest is equipped with 15mm foam chest blocks for great protection. The arms have wrap around construction with plastic reinforced elbow protection. Lastly, the back of the 2K is a one-piece back construction that provided improved fit, mobility, and protection.
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Location: Florida
Skill Level: Intermediate
Frequency: 1 time per week
Gender: male
Interest: Ice Hockey
Best Description: Goalie
2K C/A
Pros: Easy to use, lightweight
Cons: hot, doesn't feel too safe for ice, not very breathable
Listed as "good for entry level ice," and I wouldn't give it that much. To play with this on the ice I don't think would be a great idea. For street/ball hockey It could be alright, but for roller with a puck, or ice, not so much.
It's not very breathable, so it's quite hot. I'm sure if you layered it with a padded undershirt, and got some of those sleeve pads (the same style volleyball players wear on their knees) It could be useable.
Reccomend punching a small hole in the liner for the elbows, as the material holds air, and if you cinch down the elbow pads' straps, they kind of inflate making it hard for them to seat on your elbow. Maybe a small wrap of tape around it would help.
Decent for the money I suppose. I'm going to try some small modifications, and see where it goes.
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