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CCM Pro Referee Pant with Girdle

CCM Pro Referee Pant with Girdle

2012 | 8962-41
[Senior]
Pro Referee Pant with Girdle is rated 1.0 out of 5 by 1.
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HIGHLIGHTS

  • Ripstop Nylon to prevent tearing
  • Sewn in girdle
  • All one piece

FEATURES

Material:NylonType of fabric which the product is made or composed
Warranty:90 DaysPeriod of time the product is covered under a manufacturer's warranty

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Picking on you ref's can be fun, but in all seriousness if you get in our way you're going to get hit, as players we are focused on getting through anyone to get to that puck. With that being said...protect your butt with the Pro Referee Pants with Girdle by CCM. Constructed with ripstop nylon these pants will last longer than you think. Also with a sewn in girdle you'll have 360 protection. Try to stay out of the way because we're not gunning for you but you just may get in the way and then you're fair game!

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SIZE CHART

Senior
Size Small Medium Large X - Large XX - Large
Height (in) 5'4" - 5'7" 5'7" - 5'10" 5'10" - 6'2" 6'0" + 6'2" +
Waist (in) 28" - 32" 32" - 36" 34" - 38" 38" - 42" 42" +

 

RATINGS & REVIEWS

Rated 1 out of 5 by from CCM Knows Better! I have been officiating for over 20 years at all levels and have tried almost all of the ref gear made. If it seems these CCM built-in pants get terrible reviews, there's a number of reasons. I owned them for a while and thought they had great potential for built-ins, but they had some flaws that simply cannot be overlooked. The most obvious flaw is the CCM logo on the front of the pants just below the knee! This is a completely inappropriate location for a logo for any self-respecting ice hockey official that values a professional appearance. They look like roller blade or BMX pants with this logo placement. What's shocking is that CCM is the gold standard for traditional appearance referee uniforms and invented the clean professional look for referees. Why stray from that on its version of the built-in pants? The other major flaw are front pockets that are way too tight. You cannot take your whistle in and out of the front pocket as you normally would during a game for altercations, etc. They are sewn tight and shallow, unlike traditional CCM referee pants and other built-ins. The final and less serious flaw is the old fashioned snap waist closure which offers no flexibility like Stevens and Combat pants when reaching down to retrieve the puck. The padding on these pants is mediocre. No kidney/back protection and no slash guards on the back of the calf like Stevens/Combat. I will say, they have really good tailbone protection with the hard plastic insert. But that's about its only positive feature. CCM knows better than this and should step-up its game on the built-on market. And, keep the logos where they belong!
Date published: 2014-10-28
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PRODUCT Q & A

do the referee pants with wewn in girdle have a place for cup, or wear with shorts and separate cup?

Asked by: Anonymous
These do not have a "cup holder".
Answered by: Heipfam
Date published: 2014-07-22

DO THESE PANTS HAVE SHIN PROTECTION?

ARE THESE MADE TO WEAR YOUR OWN SHIN GUARDS WITH OR DO THEY HAVE BUILT IN SHIN PROTECTION? THANKS!
Asked by: Anonymous
No, these pants do not have shin protection built in them. You can wear your own shins but be sure to get a pant size that will allow your shins to fit underneath.
Answered by: MikeM
Date published: 2015-11-29
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