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  • 1. the hockey goalie the fashion robot : h.Ar.d._ core Lab. ArCA III a.a. 2k10-2k11
  • 2. ice-hockey rules according to IIHF rule book 2010-2014
      •  ice rink
    56 – 61 mt 26 – 30 mt
  • 3.
      •  goal
      •  players
      • each team shall not have more than six players on the ice at any time while play is in progress.
      •  puck
      • a) The “Puck” shall be made of vulcanized rubber or other material approved by the IIHF and be primarily black in colour.
      • b) The dimensions of a puck shall not exceed:
      • 􀁘 Diameter - 7.62 cm
      • 􀁘 Thickness - 2.54 cm
      • 􀁘 Weight -156 to 170 gms
  • 4.
      • goalkeeper’s requirements
      •  protection
      •  fluidity in movements
      •  maximum view
      •  to block the puck
    With the exception of skates and stick, all the equipment worn by the goalkeeper shall be constructed solely for the purpose of protecting the head and the body and shall not include any garment or addition which would give the goalkeeper undue assistance in keeping goal. (from IIHF rule book)
  • 5.
      • goalkeeper’s equipment
    mask catcher glove blocker glove stik leg pads chest protectors skates pants
  • 6.
      • the STICK
      •  dimensions:
      • materials: Sticks shall be made of wood or other material approved by the IIHF.
      •  customize possibility: Adhesive non-fluorescent tape of any colour may be wrapped around the stick at any place.
      • technologies:
    Patented ergonomic paddle geometry and the INNEGRA fiber (POLYPROPYLENE) wrap let the stick seal closer to the body to cover holes and reduce vibration . The concave design also helps control rebounds and reduces weight . Reinforced aerospace foam core design provides increased durability while reducing weight , improving balance and providing maximum vibration control .
  • 7.
      • the MASK
      •  dimensions:
      • materials:
      •  customize possibility:
    All goalkeepers shall wear a hockey helmet with a facemask. The goalkeepers facemask shall be constructed insuch a way that a puck shall not get through it .
    • SHELL
    • Hand-laid composite carbon/aramid (KEVLAR)
    • LEXAN EXL : polycarbonate resin
    • Carbon fiber and fiberglass
    • INTERNAL PADDING
    • - Vinyl foams
  • 8.
      • the CATCHING GLOVE
      •  dimensions:
      •  technologies:
    TERMAL GEL-TECH FORM The glove had an accurately controlled convection oven at a temperature range of 63° to 71 °C for 8 to 10 minutes. This allow the glove to fit to your desired shape.
      • Maximize comfort and control
    4 back hand adjustment straps
  • 9.
      • the BLOCKING GLOVE
      •  dimensions:
    The maximum outside dimensions of the protective padding attached to the back, forming part of a blocking glove, shall not exceed: 􀁘 38.1 cm in length 􀁘 20.32 cm in width
      •  technologies:
      • Maximize safety and handling
    Removable, articulating index finger and maximum side cuff keep you protected and pucks out of the net. Lightweight pro construction featuring a unique Upplift System designed to keep the blocker square to the shooter.
  • 10.
      • the LEG PADS
      •  dimensions:
      •  technologies:
    • The goalkeeper's leg guards shall not exceed 28 cm wide when on the leg of the goalkeeper.
    • - A piece of any material covering the space between the ice and the bottom of the leg guards in front of the skates is not permitted.
      •  customize possibility:
  • 11.
      • the SKATES
      •  technologies:
    28% Increased angle from standard goal cowling Removable runner Maximum comfort by extra padding in the footbed, a longer and thicker tongue and flexible ankle collar 
  • 12.
      • BODY ARMOR
      •  arms & chest:
      •  pants: