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Goalie Pants

Product Ratings
by Player Votes
 #1  Warrior Buzzkill Leg Pads
 #2  Warrior Lockdown Leg Pads
 #3  STX Goalie Pant
 #4  STX Youth Goalie Pants
 #5  STX Deluxe Goalie Pants
 #6  STX Breaker Goalie Pants
Player Favorites
by Player Votes
 #1  Warrior Buzzkill Leg Pads
 #2  STX Breaker Goalie Pants
 #3  STX Youth Goalie Pants
 #4  Warrior Lockdown Leg Pads
Popularity Ratings
Determined by Hits
 #1  Warrior Lockdown Leg Pads
 #2  Warrior Buzzkill Leg Pads
 #3  STX Deluxe Goalie Pants


Warrior MPG Goalie Pants

Warrior MPG Goalie Pants Description: Anatomic Mobility design offers superior range of motion and comfort
Internal thermoplastic shields provide excellent protection for groin and thighs
Dual Density foam provides protection with minimum weight
Reinforced elastic waist band

Sizes: Extra Small, Small, Medium, Large, Extra Large


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MPG Goalie Pants Player Reviews

Value 3
 Masphesto (1 Reviews) 01/11/06
"STX is better"
The fit of these pants is kind of weird right off the bat. Just trying them on I could tell that the hard shell on the pads was a bad idea in terms of mobility. If you want a mobile pair of goalie pants that offers good protection, go with STX (or the other warrior pants but I haven't tried those yet). p.s. If you're scared of a shot to the thighs, relax. you toughen up and right away it doesn't hurt anymore.
Value 1
 Billy Bob Billy (1 Reviews) 06/05/05
"Not Very Good"
I've only had them for one season and they're already falling apart. The crotch pad makes you look foolish and the pads keep falling out which is so annoying. They do provide some protection but not enough for the money. I'll probably get the Player's Club pants instead, or I'll get the STX brand of pants.
Value 5
 allaroundlaxplayer (13 Reviews) 02/24/05
"it's good"
Not the best, but for the price I paid I wasnt expecting it to be. The croch pad doesn't bend when you get in to stance, but insted it points out so it makes you look kind of weird (if you know what I mean). Just take out that pad and wear a cup and you'll be fine. But all together it's a good goalie pant.
Value 4
 Cap'n fuzzy (1 Reviews) 10/25/03
"pretty good not great"
These pants are a pretty good value for the cost. The spandex is a bit weak but the pads are good. the one problem I have with them is the middle leg pad goes in with the opening on the bottom and and falls out during light play.
Value 4
 eastcoastoc (2 Reviews) 10/25/03
"One of the best!"
These pants are great, they give good protection and provide great movement, they don't slow you down at all. The only criticism I have is that the pieces of plastic and foam that make up the padding sometimes shifts around and gets caught underneath each other but it is easy to fix, Also they are kind of pricey (goes from $35 at a medium to $60 at a large?!? There isn't that much more material!) I gave the durability a 3 because I just got them and they haven't really been tested too much yet, plus the shifting pads might wear through the material but i'm not too sure.
Value 3
 zehornyirishman (1 Reviews) 04/11/04
"didnt like it"
At first it's pretty good, but before you know it you're losin pads right and left, they just fall out. You also have to hall ass just to move in these... personally I recomend wearing no thigh pads, and if your going to, do it the cheap way... tape some football thigh pads on and they work better
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Warrior Warrior Lacrosse
Warren, Michigan
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