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Vaughn Ventus LT80 Goalie Leg Pads
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Vaughn Ventus LT80 Goalie Leg Pads

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HIGHLIGHTS

  • Extreme light weight with superior pad and balance
  • Tall +2" sizing standard
  • Off-set toe tie with lace adjustment position
  • New Ventus graphic gives a taller, longer appearance

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FEATURES

Weight:5.12 Pounds (32")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:0Breaks 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:Syntetic LeatherType of external material.
# of Straps:5Number of leg attachment straps.
Strap Type:Nylon & Clip (2), Leather & Buckle (3)Type of attachment strap.
Adjustable Straps:NoDoes the leg pad have straps that can be easily moved or replaced
Thigh Protection:Attached Thigh GuardType of upper leg protection.
Toe Attachment Type:Offset Toe TiesType of piece that attaches the pad to the toe of the skate.
Made In:ChinaCountry of origin.
Warranty:90 DaysPeriod of time the product is covered under a manufacturer's warranty.

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

The Vaughn Ventus LT80 leg pad features a full flat front surface with a solid outer roll to give the pad a firm shape. The pre-shaped boot scoop and side profile keeps the pad in a taller posture to increase net coverage and reduce drag on the ice. The internal edge of the pad is designed with a wider landing area at the knee, which creates a wider surface for increased balance and control. The inner shin five hole structure gives a flatter surface area for better stability and sliding performance.

The internal knee cradle has an angled strap system that positions the straps below the bend in the knee for added comfort and less friction during pad rotation. Adjustable knee straps allow for precise adjustment to support the knee in the body of the pad to help elevante it from the ice surface. This allows the goaltender to get a wider butterfly spread and it reduces stress on the knees and hips.

The leg cradle features a wide inside landing pad that is shaped to encapsulate the leg and cushion the body weight while going down on the ice surface. The outer leg cradle pad is sculpted to cover the calf and extend coverage into the side profile of the pad to cover gaps when up tight against the post. Both the knee and the leg cradle are designed to create a pivoting hinge so the pad will quickly rotate around the leg to effectively square up the pad to the most effective blocking position.

  • One piece outside roll structure
  • Inner core for precise pad shape
  • Extreme light weight with superior pad and balance
  • Tall +2" sizing standard
  • Laced in adjustable thigh guard
  • Off-set toe tie with lace adjustment position
  • Pre-shaped firm design and construction
  • New Ventus graphic gives a taller, longer appearance
  • Curved upper side profile helps close five hole when in butterfly

 

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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

Sizing question

My 15 yr old son just outgrew his 34+1 Vaughn Vision 9400 pads. His knee is right at the top of the knee cradle. I'm reading that the Ventus sits up higher and fits like a larger pad. A 35+1 Bauer fits him perfectly. He is 5'10" tall. What size would you suggest in the Ventus?
Asked by: jtb526
The Ventus do seem to run a bit bigger. You may want to try a 34+1 in that line.
Answered by: JeffC
Date published: 2015-05-11

Difference between LT80 and LT90

Hi guys, Could you please explain the difference between the LT80 and LT90 leg pads ? Is it in terms of construction, quality/durability, flexibility, customization ? Thanks
Asked by: AlexWalletitch
The LT90 will be the pro level pad that is customizable and the LT80 is the senior version that is not customizable. The LT90 will be constructed with better HD Foams and JenPro leather and the LT90 will feature a Synthetic Leather. The LT90 has adjustable straps (leather & buckle) and the LT80 does not have adjustable straps (nylon and clip, leather and Buckle).
Answered by: JeffC
Date published: 2015-02-06

Sizing

Hi guys, I have an Floor-to-knee of around 19.88 inches. What would be the right size for the LT80 leg pads ? Thanks !
Asked by: AlexWalletitch
The best equation to calculate an approximate leg pad size is to take your skate size + ankle to knee + knee to mid thigh = approximate leg pad size. http://goalie.totalhockey.com/support/How_to_fit_goalie_leg_pads/pg_id/146
Answered by: JeffC
Date published: 2015-02-05

Sizing again....

I'm a 33+1 in Reebok 18ks. What would I be in the LT80's? thanks in advance.
Asked by: Jpatt
Sizing will be similar in the Ventus as a Reebok, although Reebok is about a size larger. Please review our sizing video. http://goalie.totalhockey.com/support/How_to_fit_goalie_leg_pads/pg_id/146
Answered by: JeffC
Date published: 2015-01-09

Sizing

I wear bauer 33 +1 that fit pretty well so I was wondering what size LT80s I should get?
Asked by: Anonymous
You'll want to go with the 32+2. The boot on the LT80 is taller and has a steeper angle to it, which makes that pad sit up about 1" taller than most other pads on the market.
Answered by: MBruins
Date published: 2014-11-10

I now wear CCM Ext Flx 400 34+2, and my five hole doesn't close, even with the double break. I'm 5'11, with an ATK 17.5. What size should i go with?

Asked by: Heipfam
To get an approximate leg pad, please take your skate size + ankle to knee + knee to desired thigh rise = approximate leg pad size.
Answered by: JeffC
Date published: 2014-09-30

Sizing

First excuse my english. I'm wearing brians s-series 33"+1" and i am 5'9" tall. The tight rise of the brians is a Bit to small. What will be the right size to choose for the vaughn ventus LT80? 33"+2" or 34"+ 2"?
Asked by: Anonymous
The Ventus typically sits 1" taller than most other pads, so if you're currently in a 33+1 Brians, a 33+2 Ventus will sit about 2" taller overall, and 1" taller on your knee.
Answered by: MBruins
Date published: 2014-05-23

Sizing

Good day! I apologize in advance for my English. I am currently wearing a 36+1 in Vaughn Velocity V5 7460, they are too small and don’t cover five-hole area well. What size would you suggest for Vaughn Ventus LT 80 model? Cause according to the reviews the Ventus size larger than most pads of Vaughn. Thank you.
Asked by: Anonymous
Unfortunately, it's very hard to answer this question without knowing more about your leg size. However, I will say that a 36+1 7460 will fit like a 35+1 LT80 / LT90 leg pad when new. If you still have more questions, feel free to contact our customer service line and someone can give you more detailed information.
Answered by: MBruins
Date published: 2014-04-23
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