the size of the leg pads
Caged goalie mask, heavy goalie pads (shoulder and chest), large leg pads, a goalie blocker and glove, (buy according to right/left handiness) and a large goalie stick (also according to right/left handiness) also a protective cup, neck guard, and elbow pads. knee pads (like roller blade pads) and goalie skates
stand on them
use bubble rap for leg pads
brian or vaughn
the highest I've ever seen are the reebok revoke pro zone goalie pads...they are 1,900 bucks
you need Helmet,Stick, Chest protector, Catcher, Blocker, goalie Girdle, leg Pads, and skates
One can find street hockey goalie pads in a website called GoalieMonkey. This website provides a large selection of goalie equipment for men, women or the youth.
Antti Nieni's goalie pads are TPS.
The best pads are by vaughn, reebok,tps,and bauer. Just to list a few
11 inches is pro spec size but that's only the width I don't know the length
typically about 50 pounds.
walmart or zellers
The HSBC Arena in Buffalo has goalie sculptures on the building. of note, the pads are on the wrong leg.
The stripes go on the outside of your legs
I think you can order them from bauer or goaliemonkey.com
A lacrosse goalie wears a chest protector not normal shoulder pads however, a chest protector typically has pads for your shoulders. Some people choose to get a chest protector with removable shoulder pads so you could take them off but I wouldn't take them off. Trust me on the not taking it off part it's coming from a goalie, it kills getting hit in the shoulder.
Mandatory equipment include a helmet, arm pads, shoulder pads, gloves, lacrosse stick (obviously), and a cup (highly recommended). One optional piece of equipment is a rib guard. Goalies need special equipment such as goalie stick, goalie chest pad, throat guard, and padded goalie pants.
Well they need a variety of equipment. First they need goalie skates and goalie pants. Also they need special type of pads to cover their legs, called goalie leg pads. A few other things are a goaltender chest protector, goaltender catch glove, blocker, goalie helmet, a goalie stick, and usually a cup.
IN 2003-5 Fleury wore KOHO pads from 05-10 he's been a reebok goalie
well it's the same thing if the puck was in a goalie's glove and his glove went over the line. It's a goal.
Go here and it will explain it http://www.torontohockeyrepair.com/charts.htm