Vaughn 1100 Velocity 6 Goalie Leg Pads - Senior

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Vaughn 1100 Velocity 6 Goalie Leg Pads - Senior

2014 | 15172-41
1100 Velocity 6 Leg Pad is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 2.
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New for 2014, the 1100 Velocity 6 Leg Pad replaces the 7490 Velocity 5 model from 2012.  Though the 1100 shares some design characteristics with the 1000, several internal foam and exterior construction characteristics make this a much different pad.

The biggest enhancement for 2014 is the new internal "Pro Core" design, which consists of a full length and width ultra high density foam core sheet that helps the pad maintain its shape over time and also extends to the edges of pad to create a more firm perimeter blocking surface.  The thigh rise design has also been "over squared" for 2014 to insure that it fills the upper section of the pad to that 11" max width and also reduces the five-hole openings when in the butterfly position. 

On the inside edge, the pad seams have been modified so that no binding is exposed, and the majority of the HD foam edge is completely flat to make sliding very easy.  The landing gear at the knee and the knee risers are combined into one solid block and incorporated to the inside edge for better pad response and a more ergonomic knee position in the butterfly.

The knee cradle and leg channel have a wider design for both comfort and quicker pad rotation.  The knee lock is wide in the 1100, and the integrated knee/thigh protector has been moved higher up the thigh rise to provide better knee protection and more room in the knee area.  The outside knee cradle pad features a hinged design and a lowered, dual elastic strap position that runs under the bend in your knee rather than directly behind it.  For 2014, the calf-wraps have been extended somewhat to provide better wrap around protection to the leg.

The straps are all made of leather, and the knee area features an elongated adjustable buckle tab that allows the goalie to fine tune the strapping setup based on his/her individual style of play.  The boot channel has a shallow depth to it, and the pad comes stock with a sliding toe bridge.

Finally, new graphics have been introduced to make them more consistent with the graphics in the other lines.  This way, goalies can now mix and match their favorite pieces of Vaughn gear and still maintain a consistent look. 

  • Large impact reducing padding on inner knee landing area
  • Pro Core sheet foam construction
  • New thigh guard with full knee cap
  • Adjustable strapping system
  • Angled knee cradle strapping
  • Extremely light weight with full pro features
  • Pre-shaped for superior fit and performance
  • Full top and bottom wear trim
  • Oversquared inner thigh for greater five hole coverage
  • Precision balanced for superior feel and quicker movements
  • This pad is customizable through Vaughn's "Custom 7-Series" Program.  Click the link HERE to learn more.


Pad Style:AnyThe 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:1Breaks 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:Microfiber, NylonType of external material.
# of Straps:5Number of leg attachment straps.
Strap Type:Leather & Buckle (5)Type of attachment strap.
Adjustable Straps:YesDoes the leg pad have straps that can be easily moved or replaced
Thigh Protection:Attached Thigh GuardType of upper leg protection.
Toe Attachment Type:Sliding Toe BridgeType 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.

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.

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Buy First new pads in years. Glad I picked these up. Good fit right out of the box. The style allows me to butterfly, which my old pads really did not. So while there is some getting used to them and that style of play, I was happy enough with my fourth use of them to write something here. Great for closing the five hole. Great for closing holes when half-butterfly against the post. Great rebound control - No more random rebounds into the slot. I was able to effectively direct most rebounds to the sides or into the corners. So while still adjusting to these pads and style of play, I am happy with the results. Especially for the price.
Date published: 2015-12-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great set of legs for the price! I purchased a set of these a few months ago. So far I have good impressions of this setup. I almost went with the 2200 leg pads but these were so similar in construction that it was literally hard to distinguish between the pro spec and these. I also tried the Brians Gnetik/Sub Zero series, as well as the CCMs. I found these to be the best mix of a hybrid/flexible style pad while being stiff enough for max coverage and rebound control. They are holding up very well to all levels of shots. They are very stiff out of the box, not like a Ventus/RBK but more like a CCM retro flex. Flat faced pads that allow rebound redirection much easier to achieve when shots come around the knee roll area. Thighboards can (and should be in my opinion) be removed for knee/thigh guards or the V4 7600 style thighboards. Considering you can customize these a little bit, the cost savings is well worth it! If your not playing in the pros, getting these over the 2200's is a very worthy purchase.
Date published: 2014-10-27
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I have always used Vaughn and am a huge fan. But I play a heavy duty hybrid, blocking is totally out of the question. Are these good for me. I used to have 2 breaks and knee rolls but am looking for a taller,stiffer pad. Will one break help with this? tha

Asked by: Stickysuper
Please reach out our customer service team via chat for help in finding a pad that works best for you.
Answered by: JeffC
Date published: 2017-01-16

whats the weight of the v1100 pads, and how do they compare to the 2200

Asked by: paster
The weight of the 1100 leg pad is 5.54 lbs. The 2200 is a pro level pad while the 1100 is a senior level. The foams and external materials will be more durable and pro quality in the 2200.
Answered by: JeffC
Date published: 2016-04-13


I am 5' 4" and I was wondering sizing wise what would be the best fit. I am currently in Bauer 32' + 1" and I have outgrown those
Asked by: Laxboy70
I find it strange that you outgrew 32 + 1 pads and you're only 5' 4". I am 5' 10" and my 33 + 1 pads are BARELY on the small side but they perform perfectly. I would take Jeff's advice and watch the video.
Answered by: DavidA
Date published: 2017-01-11

Skill level

What skill level would these be recommended for? I play Bantam AAA, would these be durable enough to be on the ice 4 or 5 times a week
Asked by: Laxboy70
The 1100 would be a good level pad for Bantam level hockey, but moving up to Midget AAA, you will need to probably move up to a pro level pad.
Answered by: JeffC
Date published: 2016-04-21

size recommendation for 1100 pads

I cannot get to your shop to try these on. Please help recommend a size. I have an ATK of 16 and currently in a Reebok 33+1. Thank you.
Asked by: mgoalie35
Reebok and CCM tend to fit a bit larger than Vaughn. You may want to stay in a 331+1. For a better sizing guide, please watch our leg pad fitting video.
Answered by: JeffC
Date published: 2016-04-13

How do Reebok sizes (for example, I wear a 33"+1) transfer to Vaughn sizes?

Asked by: mgoalie53
Reebok/CCM will be about a size larger than Vaughn, especially in the thigh rise.
Answered by: JeffC
Date published: 2016-04-13

I am currently using bauer rx8 35+1 leg pads. I am looking between the vaughn 1000 and 1100 pads, any recommendations?

Asked by: GoalieBob
The Vaughn 1000's will feel a lot more like your RX8's in terms of pad flex (both are soft). The 1100 is a bit more stiff above the knee.
Answered by: MBruins
Date published: 2016-04-13

Do these include the carbon sheet throughout the pad?

Asked by: Heipfam
No these are mainly constructed of HD foams similar to the RBK or CCM's. They are stiff but not as stiff as the 2200's.
Answered by: deamonpainter33
Date published: 2016-04-13
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