InGoal Unveils Chris Mason’s New Brian’s G-NETik Predators Gear
As InGoal Magazine puts Brian’s innovative new G-NETik line through its first on-ice test sessions outside the professional ranks for a full review in our September issue we are pleased to bring you a sneak peak at the set of Nashville’s Chris Mason today. Among the many features of the G-NETik line is the ability to customize the pad to fit your game, whether it’s switching between traditional leather straps or the smart strap system introduced in the SubZero line worn by Mason in Winnipeg last season,or customizing breaks.Mason’s new G-NETik pads shown above feature a 3-3-3 break pattern, meaning the softest options available, with both internal and external breaks at the boot, below the knee and above the knee. This soft flex will be the stock option on the new G-NETik pad and is a pattern that Brian’s recommends for the typical hybrid goaltender in search of a soft, form-fitting feel.
This flexible feel extends to the knee rolls seen on the face of Mason’s pads, a traditional look that Brian’s has updated with a technological twist they plan to unveil this week on the Brian’s G-NETik page.
G-NETik gear is coming this fall, with the first full review and an exciting contest already set to be unveiled in the pages of InGoal Magazine early next week. But you can see more pictures of Mason’s gear, including a new glove that Canucks goalie Eddie Lack raved about (so did the first two InGoal testers to try it), by scrolling down the page.
Could the logo on the side of Mason’s pads below be a sign of things to come for the front?