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Bauer Reactor 9000 Goalie Chest & Arms [Senior]
2015 | 17712-41
Bauer Reactor 9000 Chest Protector
The Bauer Reactor 9000 Chest Protector is an elite-level chest protector that is stacked with top-end performance and comfort technologies from Bauer. Like last years model, the Reactor 9000 features the same adjustable belly pads that make the fit so customizable. The segmented shoulder floaters and compression molded foam sternum plate provide you with pro-level impact protection that can be used at any level. Bauer has designed the shoulder and chest padding to overlap, eliminating gaps in padding, and keeping you protected from all angles. Finally, Bauer has added their revolutionary 37.5 moisture-wicking liner. This liner will use your body heat during action to evaporate sweat and move it away from your body, keeping you dry and comfortable all game long!
|Weight:||6.98 Pounds||Weight of the product measured in pounds (Sr Med, Jr Med).|
|Padding:||HD Foams, Compression Molded Foams, Plastic||Type of padding throughout the product.|
|Shoulder Protection:||HD Foam||Type of shoulder padding.|
|Kidney Wrap:||LD Foam, 37.5 Fabric||Type of kidney protection.|
|Breast Plate:||Compression Molded Foam||Type of breast protection.|
|Adjustable Arms:||No||Adjustable arm protection.|
|Pant Tie Down:||Yes||Keeps product in better position during play.|
|Made In:||Thailand||Country of origin.|
|Warranty:||90 Days||Period of time the product is covered under a manufacturer's warranty.|
||X - Large
||5'3" - 5'5"
||5'6" - 5'9"
||5'10" - 6'0"
||6'1" - 6'5"
||160 - 165cm
||167 - 176cm
||178 - 183cm
||185 - 196cm
PRODUCT Q & A
The shoulder floaters on my reactor restrict me to look behind and to the sides of my head. Is there anything I can do to fix i?
I'm 5'9" have a Bauer reactor 900 medium chest protector. I skate daily. I've had 7 ice sheets with the chest protector on
You may have to do some custom adjusting of the unit to get it exactly how you want it. You can try to tie them down more in the back and that might help.
Date published: 2015-05-26