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CCM Extreme Flex 500 Goalie Catch Glove

2013 | 12755-41
[Senior]
500 Catch Glove is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 2.
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HIGHLIGHTS

FAST CLOSURE: Optimal finger positioning provides comfortable hand positioning to improve performance.

NET COVERAGE: Radiused thumb provides a wider opening and larger catching surface area to maximize net coverage.

PROTECTION: Additional foam on the finger tip area increases protection on the back of the hand.

REBOUND CONTROL: Low-density soft foam at the center of the T-pocket reduces rebounds to provide increased control.

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FEATURES

Weight:2.26 PoundsWeight of the product measured in pounds.
Number of Adjustable Straps:Wrist (1), Backhand (1), Fingers (1)Number and Location of Straps used for adjusting the overall fit.
Pocket Type:Single T, Nylon LacingDesign and shape of the pocket.
Break Angle:60 DegreesThe angle at which the catching glove closes. When holding your bare hand in a catching position, 45-50 degree break angles close directly between your forefinger and thumb, while a 90 degree break closes very near your thumb.
Cuff Design:One-Piece CuffTraditional Cuff has a seam between the padded cuff and the thumb area/catching surface, whereas a Solid Cuff has no break - the thumb area and the cuff are one large, continuous pad.
External Material:1.35mm Microfiber, 400D NylonType of external material.
Made In:ChinaCountry of origin.
Warranty:90 DaysPeriod of time the product is covered under a manufacturer's warranty.

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

All new for 2013 is the CCM Extreme Flex 500 Catch Glove. The E-Flex is more of a catching glove than previous Lefebvre designed gloves. The pocket size has been increased from the Reebok Premier 4 580 and 590 model catchers. The cuff box size has been reduced to provide maximum catching surface. The break angle on the new 600 falls between that of the Reebok 580 (90 degree break) and 590 (75 degree break) making for the optimal catching style glove.

An HD foam finger rail has been added to the backside of the catcher for added protection along the backside of the fingers. The back cuff is free floating from the catcher allowing the goalie to protrude the glove out and forward. This allows the goalie to really square the glove up to the shooter. The stock one piece cuff design offers a solid rigid surface that will not bend when hit with a puck. Inside the glove there are three tightening straps; backside of the finger, backside of the hand, and the wrist lock. This gives the goalie the option to wear the glove as tight or as loose as they would like for a true custom fit.

The 500 series is a great glove for goalies who don't need Pro level protection and differs from the Pro model in that it uses a microfiber material on the outside of the catcher and does not use injected molded foam. The Nylon found on the Pro model is a 420D and the 500 series uses a 400D.  Both 500 senior and intermediate models are available in the one piece cuff construction. The 500 series can not be personally customized but is offered in our own unique custom colors!


FAST CLOSURE:
Optimal finger positioning provides comfortable hand positioning to improve performance.

NET COVERAGE: Radiused thumb provides a wider opening and larger catching surface area to maximize net coverage.

PROTECTION: Additional foam on the finger tip area increases protection on the back of the hand.

REBOUND CONTROL: Low-density soft foam at the center of the T-pocket reduces rebounds to provide increased control.

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SIZE CHART

Measure your hand from the heel of the palm to the tip of the middle finger, then consult the chart below to find the size that will work for you.

 
Catch Glove Sizing Chart
YOUTH JUNIOR INTERMEDIATE SENIOR
4 3/4 - 5 5/8 in. 5 5/8 - 6 1/4 in. 6 1/4 - 7 in. 7 - 8 3/8 in.
119 - 143 cm 144 - 160 cm 161 - 178 cm 179 - 213 cm

Keys to a Proper Fit:

  • The goalie's fingers should extend out to the end of the finger stalls of the inside palm to ensure a proper fit. However, any more than 1/2" from the tip of the goaltender's finger to the end of the finger stall and the goaltender will not have the leverage needed to properly close and control the glove.
     
  • The heel of your hand should line up with the heel and cuff of the catcher. If not, the proper balance between the cuff and catching portion of the glove may be disturbed, making the glove too cumbersome while sacrificing protection. 

 

RATINGS & REVIEWS

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best glove I ever bought before i was using a vaughn 7460 and i always had trouble keeping the puck in the glove idk if it was me or the glove but the first time I got to use this glove on the ice the puck would funnel right in and stay in my glove, overall i would say if you are having trouble keeping the puck in your glove i would suggest buying this glove
Date published: 2015-02-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Solid Glove, Good Catcher As a lead-in, I attended the Total Goalie Demo in Pittsburgh and tried every brand/model of glove I could before settling on the CCM, buying this and the accompanying blocker. Comfort: Very comfortable. Tight enough that it feels secure on your hand, but loose enough to allow freedom of movement. Design: The thumb-to-forefinger closure is a big seller for me. It feels more comfortable when you close it and it's much easier to pick up puck, flat, off the ice than most other gloves. Only other gloves I tried that closed as comfortably were the high-end Vaughns. Durability: I've only used this a few months, so it's tough to say. No problems, so far. It broke in fairly quickly, but that's also playing up to four times a week. Features: Lots of internal straps to adjust the fit. Performance: I love how this thing catches. I must have tried 15 gloves at the demo and the only one that compared to the CCMs was the (pro model) Brian's G-Netik. This thing, like the Brian's, wants to gobble up pucks, and seems to snap shut almost of its own accord when a puck hits it in a catchable spot. Protection: Bottom line, this is a price-point product, not a pro one, so you may get a few minor stingers if you are facing high-quality shooters and get tagged in the wrong spot. You're not going to get injured, though. Value: So long as you're not facing pro shooters, in which case you should get the pro model, you're going to be very happy with this glove.
Date published: 2013-08-06
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PRODUCT Q & A

How do you break in a new glove?

Asked by: Anonymous
what i do is keep on opening and closing it as much as you can like when i'm watching tv also you can preheat your convection oven to about 170-180 nothing above that and put the glove on a cookie sheet and put the glove in for about 5-10 mins keep a close eye on it you don't want to burn the thing and after thats done take it out and put it on and open and close it but make sure its not hot, what this does it softens the leather inside of the glove so it breaks in the glove better
Answered by: Zchow
Date published: 2015-02-15

CCM 500 or Brains G-netik 5.0?

I am a goalie who likes to catch and was wonder which glove to do you think would be better? I like big and deep pockets (not sure which one is deeper and wider) and I love the single cuffs
Asked by: Anonymous
Those are two great catchers. The GNETiKs pocket will be a bit deeper/wider and the palm will have more protection but will take alittle longer to break in. Just because of the pocket size, I would recommend the 5.0.
Answered by: JMartin
Date published: 2014-03-15

can i oven fit it

Asked by: Anonymous
Yes - you can "bake" this glove in a convection or skate over, 180 degrees max for 8-10 minutes. That should help to soften it up and break it in.
Answered by: MBruins
Date published: 2014-02-12

Which is better - the CCM Extreme Flex 500 glove or the Bauer Reactor 4000 glove? Or what are the biggest differences?

Asked by: Anonymous
Both gloves are built well, so quality and protection will be about the same. The 500 has a one piece cuff with a taller/slightly wider pocket, and it also places your hand and wrist in a slightly cocked forward position. The 4000 is a two piece cuff, it has a "index finger to thumb" closure, and less of a cocked forward hand position.
Answered by: MBruins
Date published: 2014-12-24

What size should I get?

From the heel of the palm to the tip of the middle finger it measures 7 " exactly. Should I go with the senior or the intermediate glove?
Asked by: sodapop
I would recommend the senior catcher.
Answered by: JMartin
Date published: 2015-08-08

Does this glove close thumb to fore-finger?

Asked by: Anonymous
Yes, this would be considered a finger tip to finger tip closure. Many compare it to a Vaughn closure.
Answered by: JMartin
Date published: 2014-05-13
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