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Canadiens’ Carey Price Unveils New CCM Goalie Gear on Twitter

Canadiens’ Carey Price Unveils New CCM Goalie Gear on Twitter
Carey Price New CCM Reebok Gear

Carey Price unveiled his highly anticipated new CCM-branded pads on his Twitter account (@CP0031) on Monday.

Carey Price finally put a name to the face of his new line of goaltending equipment when he unveiled a photo of his CCM-branded pads and gloves for the upcoming season on Twitter.

“New gear for this season!,” was all Price wrote on his @CP0031 account, but the exclamation mark said a lot.

Price was first spotted wearing all-white, unbranded pads at skates in Kelowna earlier this summer, with the lone identifying mark on the side: a “Made in Canada by Lefevre” badge typically found only on Reebok products.

That led to no shortage of speculation about the pads, which featured knee rolls, and Price finally ended a lot of it Monday with photos of both the leg pads and gloves, which included a binding-less blocker and a new-look trapper some are already calling the 600 series.

In addition to CCM, which is owned by Reebok, Price’s new gear was branded with “EXtreme Flex Pro,” another indication the new line of equipment will be targeted towards goaltenders wanting a softer, more flexible pad.

Just as we did with the first in-depth reviews of last year’s P4 line, including some one-on-one insights from Price himself, InGoal is meeting with Price and Reebok in the near future for a special sneak peak at the new CCM line, so stay tuned.

In the meantime, enjoy Price’s pictures:

Carey Price New CCM Reebok Gear

Carey Price New CCM Reebok Gear

 

Carey Price new CCM Reebok Gloves Gear

Carey Price new CCM Reebok Gloves Gear

 

 

 

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David Hutchison

David is one of the founders of InGoal Magazine which he began in 2009. Of course he finds time for some goaltending of his own as well, and despite his age, clings desperately to the idea that some NHL team will call him to play for them - though in his mid-forties (OK, late 40s) it'll likely be for a practice when everyone else on their depth chart has the flu and the shooter tutor has gone in for repairs.

15 Comments

  1. big z

    wow i like them. i hope ccm starts making more equipment.

    Reply
  2. Quov

    Wow. Grandson would love these.

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    • Paul Ipolito

      Christmas is coming!

      Reply
  3. Gregan

    They lost me at EXTREME.

    Reply
  4. Ogre39666

    I expect we’ll be seeing Miller (officially) in these soon.

    Reply
  5. Dan

    Be nice to see a set of these with more color to see the full graphic

    Reply
  6. Alex

    Love the all white!! More puck marks the better!!! Sexy time. Very nice

    Reply
  7. Walle

    Hopefully there is a contest for the extreme flex.

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  8. Aaron Atkins

    the pre-order line is 8 pages, but thats just what i here from the boys at the rink

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  9. steve

    Look real nice as a tender I would love to see them up close and personal so I can get better look @ them. As for Carey not real suprised as he seems to tinker with his stuff like I do. So hopefully we will get him and them in action this season

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  10. Clint

    Just saw this up close and personal at the Canadian hockey show. Glove and blocker are pretty similar to the p4. One piece cuff with the exception to a slightly different break. The senior line model, the extreme flex400 pad features buckles and not traditional leather straps. Other than that, the 500 series and pro line look very well made and quite similar to the larceny pad. You also get the choice of single and double break as well.

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  11. John Manousos

    They look like his Vaughn V4/V5.P4s are too ridgid and give off too much of a rebound,Vaughns are softer and hold rebounds close to you allowing you to puck easier.Maybe CCMs are a soft as well. Im sure if it wasnt for sponsorship dollars Carey Price would be in Vaughns still.

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  12. sylvain

    Good thing he`s coming back to a softer pad, he did not look as sharp with the P4.

    Reply
  13. Mjs

    They kinda look like a re-worked version of the Koho 588s. Sweet though. Might try to grab the gloves whenever they come out.

    Reply
  14. Smitty

    Nice pads can’t wait till they come out

    Reply

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