Indoor setup thread

Discussion in 'Other Gear Questions & Reviews' started by BlindGoalie613, Jan 20, 2018.

  1. BlindGoalie613

    BlindGoalie613 FHF All Time Great

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    Righto folks, been a while since we've had a setup thread (also chasing feedback on what shoes people wear)
    Stick: Beikou Indoor 10 (my 25 has been "borrowed", but I quite like the obscene flex in the 10)
    Glove: TK T2 (Possibly buying a Millenium Pro if I can find one super cheap)
    Shoes: Puma Evoknit (Hate em, hence the thread)
    Corner mask: Obo Faceoff Steel (Best mask on the market IMO)

    Anyway, give me ideas and inspiration.
     
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    I actually wear my Kanadia TR8s both outdoors and indoors, as do a few others I know.
     
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    Really? Would have thought that the grip would have felt weird on boards
     
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    Yeah, it's actually not like that at all, plus they've got the bonus that I can wear them for both indoor and outdoor so they're properly broken in, they're very comfy and aren't cumbersome, would recommend (if you don't mind the lack of protection outdoor).
     
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    That's sadly the problem haha. I like the protection for outdoor :(
     
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    Stick: Y1 i1 Wood
    Glove: Y1 Shell mk2 (left) and ritual vapor (right)
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    Corner mask: none

    anyone know where is best and/or cheapest to get indoor shoes? want to get some Adidas court stabils
     
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    You wear a shell glove indoor?? Jeez, you're brave!
     
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    haha, yeah, i don't like the big gloves, i've tried them and just hate playing in them
     
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    I dunno, I don't like them, and don't wear a glove at all outdoor but I know people who've broken their hands with big gloves on and I would just rather my chance of an injury as low as possible!
     
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    I’d try the adidas UK site for starters. Then if no luck maybe start trying Dutch or Belgian hockey shops.
     
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    Agree completely. Doesn't fog up, does have decent peripheral vision, and sits far more comfortably than the plastic options.

    As for me:
    shoes: The mighty Dunlop Volley
    The rest: my normal goalie gear. If I am let loose on the field, it'd be no glove, no mask, somebody's borrowed indoor stick/my own outdoor stick.
     
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    Anecdotal but important: it fits over my glasses super comfortably and comes off easily. Very good product IMO.
    ANYWAY
    Upgraded/sidegraded glove: Espada Armadura - I took a nasty ball on my wrist from a current indoor national squad member and as such decided to try the wrist padded glove
    Shoes: Nike Hypervenom Phade II - Found these cheap in a lovely fluro colourway that matches the rest of my indoor setup, plus I've been roped into playing futsal again.
     
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    sanabas FHF All Time Great

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    I took my helmet to the optometrist last time, to make sure that the frames I got did fit comfortably underneath. Since the pair before that didn't.
     
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    I love my Inov8 F-lite 235s. They're great shoes for indoor.
     

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