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Bauer Supreme TotalOne Goalie Leg Pads
  • Black/Red/White (Bauer Supreme TotalOne Goalie Leg Pads)
  • Pro Butterfly Style And Construction (Bauer Supreme TotalOne Goalie Leg Pads)
  • Triangular Outer Roll (Bauer Supreme TotalOne Goalie Leg Pads)
  • The Leg Channel Is Wide And Has A Medium Depth (Bauer Supreme TotalOne Goalie Leg Pads)
  • EVA Comfort Foam Adjustable Knee Lock (Bauer Supreme TotalOne Goalie Leg Pads)
  • Boot Strap Can Be Placed In Two Locations (Bauer Supreme TotalOne Goalie Leg Pads)
  • Metal Quick Release Thigh And Knee Buckles (Bauer Supreme TotalOne Goalie Leg Pads)
  • Goalie Can Personalize The Stiffness with MyFlex (Bauer Supreme TotalOne Goalie Leg Pads)
  • MyFlex Technology (Bauer Supreme TotalOne Goalie Leg Pads)
  • Branding Detail (Bauer Supreme TotalOne Goalie Leg Pads)
  • White (Bauer Supreme TotalOne Goalie Leg Pads)
  • Outer Edge Provides Stability (Bauer Supreme TotalOne Goalie Leg Pads)
  • Protective And Comfortable Inside Edge Of Pad (Bauer Supreme TotalOne Goalie Leg Pads)
  • Ideal Leg Channel (Bauer Supreme TotalOne Goalie Leg Pads)
  • Front Design And Graphics (Bauer Supreme TotalOne Goalie Leg Pads)
  • Total One Detail Work (Bauer Supreme TotalOne Goalie Leg Pads)
  • Adjustsable My Flex Zone (Bauer Supreme TotalOne Goalie Leg Pads)
  • My Flex Zone Change Ports (Bauer Supreme TotalOne Goalie Leg Pads)
  • 9 Different Flex Profiles For A Personalized Fit (Bauer Supreme TotalOne Goalie Leg Pads)
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  • Wear It Like A Badge Of Honor (Bauer Supreme TotalOne Goalie Leg Pads)
  • White/Silver/Black (Bauer Supreme TotalOne Goalie Leg Pads)
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Bauer Supreme TotalOne Goalie Leg Pads

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HIGHLIGHTS

  • Made in Canada
  • MyFlex technology
  • EVA comfort foam Adjustable Knee Lock (AKL)

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FEATURES

Weight:6.56 lbs (35 +1)Weight of a single leg pad measured in pounds (Sr 34" Int 30" Jr 28" Yth 23").
Pad Style:Blocking/ButterflyThe style of play ("Reaction/ Hybrid" or "Blocking/Butterly") that the pad was designed for. "Reaction/Hybrid" pads tend to be more flexible and have more breaks - great for those with a narrow butterfly. "Blocking/Butterfly" pads tend to have fewer breaks and are more rigid - better for goalies with a wider butterfly.
Knee Breaks:MyFLEX Custom Knee Flex DesignBreaks in the foam & material of the outer roll. Pads with zero (O) knee breaks tend to be more rigid and have less flex, while pads with one (1) or two (2) knee breaks are "softer" and have more flex built into them.
Width:11 InchesWidth of a single pad measured in inches.
External Material:JenproType of external material.
# of Straps:6Number of leg attachment straps.
Strap Type:Leather & Buckle (4), Nylon & Clip (2)Type of attachment strap.
Adjustable Straps:YesDoes the leg pad have straps that can be easily moved or replaced
Thigh Protection:Atttached Thigh WrapType of upper leg protection.
Toe Attachment Type:Toe TieType of piece that attaches the pad to the toe of the skate.
Made In:CanadaCountry of origin.
Warranty:90 DaysPeriod of time the product is covered under a manufacturer's warranty.

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

The Bauer Supreme TotalONE leg pad gives the goalie the ability the "personally" adjust the custom flex of the goal pad to adapt to any style of play.  The leg pads utilitze a unique "MyFLEX" system - molded flex inserts that fit into pre-formed channels inside the foam body of the pads.  The flex inserts come in two different stiffnesses - medium (yellow) and hard (black).  By inserting the desired flex insert into the channels both above and below the knee (or by not inserting the flex inserts at all), the goalie can achieve up to 9 different flex configurations for a personalized fit.

Also new to the Supreme TotalONE pad is the re-designed knee lock, which is based off of the popular Adjustable Knee Lock (AKL) design of the popular Supreme One100 Leg pad.  Like the One100 knee lock, the knee lock on the TotalONE can be moved approximately one (1) inch in any given direction for a customized fit.  A new molded EVA Comfort Knee - a larger, sqaured off gel-like pad designed for a soft feel and maximum impact resistance - has been added to the inside of the knee, adjacent to the knee riser.  The knee lock is wider than the previous One100 model to accomodate goalies who wear knee protection underneath their pants.

The leg channel is wide and has a medium depth to it.  The inside calf padding features a 1" thick low density foam pillow, which can be removed if desired.  The boot strap can be placed in two different locations on the inner boot scoop, and the calf straps are easily replaceable as well.  The thigh straps and buckles are made of nylon webbing, and these can be moved to different strap locations both at and above the knee.

  • Made In Canada
  • Pro butterfly style and construction
  • MYFLEX technology
  • EVA comfort foam Adjustable Knee Lock (AKL)
  • Adjustable thigh, knee and boot straps
  • Pro style metal quick release thigh and knee buckles
  • Triangular outer roll
  • Integrated under-pant pro thigh protector
  • Comes with Two (2) "Hard" and Two (2) "Medium" flex inserts

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SIZE CHART

The Key factor is the overall length. The length can be divided into three sections:

A.The boot

B.Instep to knee

C.Knee to top or thigh rise

The proper length of the goal pad boot is determined by the goalie's skate size. The next key area is the instep to knee that determines the shin length. Finally, the knee to top or thigh rise is a personal measurement depending on how much pant and pad overlap the goaltender prefers. A general rule is 7" to 8".

A.Skates size: provide the skate size for proper boot fit.

B.Instep to knee: measure from instep to the front center of kneecap while leg is in slightly bent position.

C. Thigh rise: measure from front center of kneecap up the thigh to desire height.

A + B + C = Estimated size of pad

If fitted properly, the goalie's knee should rest directly behind the center knee roll with the pad securely attached to the goal skate and properly strapped on the goaltender's leg. Generally, this will ensure that the pad breaks (bends) at the knee/shin and ankle as designed for optimal performance.

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PRODUCT Q & A

+1 vs +2

Besides the obvious inch difference, what would be the noticeable difference going from +1 to +2 on these pads? Thanks
Asked by: WillfromCanada
The extra inch added to the thigh rise is the only difference between the two sizes.
Answered by: MBruins
Date published: 2015-01-16

Right sizing leg pads

Dear totalhockey-team, I'm currently playing TPS Response R6 Leg Pads in 34+2 and the knee fits very well. Only the single break doesn't support my small butterfly-style perfectly. So now I'am interested in the Bauer Supreme TotalONE Goalie Leg Pads and there's only 34+1 and 35+1 left in my favourited color (black/red/white). I'm 19 and about 5 feet 10 inches tall and my ATK is about 17,8 inches high. Maybe you can give me a little hint for my decision. Thanks! Greets Alex.
Asked by: Anonymous
Your leg would probably fit best in the 34+1 leg pad given your ATK, though the thigh rise might not be tall enough to cover your five hole in the butterfly? The pad does have the adjustable knee lock though - so perhaps you could adjust that to get it to work.
Answered by: MBruins
Date published: 2014-04-23

wich one is better for me, one 90 or total one?

i train alot and i need good pads for me. i don't grow anymore. and is it possible to order to finland?
Asked by: Heipfam
If you train a lot and you won't be growing anymore, then you'll find that the TotalOne's will hold up better you over time. The One90's weren't built to be used more than 5x per week over a long period of time.
Answered by: MBruins
Date published: 2013-12-06

differences in sizes

If I wear 34+1 Reebok P4 leg pads what size Bauer Supreme Totalone would I need to order ?
Asked by: Anthony33
If you are still growing, I would recommend the 35+1. The knee lock on the TotalOne pad is adjustable, so if your knee does sit a bit low at first you can move the cradle down for the perfect fit.
Answered by: JMartin
Date published: 2013-07-10

Sizing

Is there any difference in sizing compared to Reebok P4 ?? If yes what would size 34+1 be like in this case...
Asked by: Anonymous
The Supreme line from Bauer does size similar to the Reebok Premier 4.
Answered by: JMartin
Date published: 2013-07-02

What size?

If my ATK is about 17.5" what possible pad sizes is there? Including the sizes by adjusting the AKL? could I fit e.g 36+ 2 and turn it into 35+3 or 34+4?
Asked by: Anonymous
The AKL system does allow for a full 2 size adjustment, but I would say you could make a 36+2 into a 35+3 by lowering the AKL craddle to the bottom.
Answered by: JMartin
Date published: 2013-05-13

The difference between TotalOne and One100

What are the main differences between the total one and one100 pads? Except the price.
Asked by: Anonymous
The TotalOne pads have the new MyFlex system. I would recommend watching the video on the product page, it shows the differences in detail.
Answered by: JMartin
Date published: 2013-05-13

One100s vs TotalOne

Besides the MyFlex and the different Knee cradle in the TotalOne is their a difference between the two? Just wondering is it worth spending the extra $600 on the TotalOnes or go with the One100s for less money
Asked by: Anonymous
In a nutshell, you're getting better materials on the TotalOne than you'll be getting with the One90's. If you're playing more than 2x per week at an advanced level, and if you plan on continuing to play this much over the next few years, you'll probably want to spend the extra money on the TotalOne's.
Answered by: MBruins
Date published: 2013-04-03
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