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Coming off the extraordinary success of the Extreme Flex Pro line (ExFlex), CCM introduces the new Extreme Flex Pro II line of gear with its new material technology to make a great glove even better.
Beginning with the same ‘600’ break angle that made the ExFlex so popular, the Extreme Flex II 760 utilizes this same break while adding a game ready construction for easy break in. The molded PE and PE foam cuff of the glove has been reinforced with a new injected resin for better protection and durability than ever before.
On the blackhand of the glove, the internal mesh glove has been redesigned for a more comfortable and snug fit, while still providing exceptional adjustability. Like the ExFlex I, The Extreme Flex II 760 features a Nash palm liner for superior grip of the glove over long periods of play, even when wet. Additionally, for increased protection in tight situations, the backhand utilizes a raised finger bar for help in deflecting stray pucks and sticks.
For the entry level looking for a glove with exceptional coverage and closure, look no further than the Extreme Flex II 760.
|Player Profile||Designed to allow for natural hand movement, comfort and feel plus technology that provides superior protection with game ready fit.|
|Front Face (Material)||1.3 mm PU (Polyurethane) synthetic leather|
|Graphics||Silk Screen with stitching|
|Palm Protection||Youth Pro Palm|
|Catch Angle (Per Manufacturer)||600|
|Break Style||Middle to Thumb|
|Thumb/Cuff Design||Two Piece|
|Internal Palm (Material)||Grey Microfiber|
|Thumb Construction||Injection Molded with PE (Polyethylene) foam|
|Internal Strapping||Single Velcro across back of hand|
|Pocket Lacing||Nylon cord|
|Weight in grams (YT)||624|
|Weight in ounces (YT)||22.01|
My son (7) started goaltending last year and has been moved up to a Mite Major. He started with the Bauer Prodigy, but this is no comparison to that. CCM runs a little bigger than the Prodigy line but is leagues better quality, comfort, and protection. If you child is going to want to step up there game from "just trying goaltending" this is the way to go.Review by NFR5124 (Posted on 8/7/2015)