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The Reebok Goalie Mask Bag ensures one of the imports pieces of goalie equipment stays safe while in storage. The padded mask bag is constructed from heavy duty nylon and features large vented screen windows on the front and bottom for quick drying.
Reebok and NHL logos have been embroidered giving the helmet bag a professional look. Two zippers at the base makes packing super simple and with the nylon handle you can grab your mask and go. The goalie mask bag also comes with a convenient pocket for storing small items.
- Model Number: EBMASK
- Measurement: 14" L x 10" H x 11" W
- Reebok Sizing Guidelines:
- One size fits all
- Durable nylon
- Embroidered NHL™ / Reebok logos
- Professional look
- Main Compartment:
- One size fits all
- Aeration zones - Mesh panels on the front and bottom
- Promote air flow for quick drying
- Back pocket for small accessories
- Handles and Straps:
- 1/2" Nylon carrying strap
Comments: PROS: Best helmet bag out there. I've had the Vaughn & a few others. The materials used on all of them
are pretty similar. But the double venting system in the Rbk is the best for fastest drying.
Fitment is great for ALL STYLE HELMETS/MASKS. I wear a customized Combo made by a mask maker. Because of their shape, they
don't really fit in most helmet bags short of a custom one. But even w/a Dangler, it fits VERY WELL in the Rbk bag.
Bag also has large back pocket for sweatbands, tools & extra hardware.
CONS: This is a thing w/ALL RBK HOCKEY PRODUCTS, not just this particular product. Rbk uses very thick, but very cheap ZIPPERS.
The zippers on ALL OF MY RBK PRODUCTS rust or copper-ize/oxidizes (the material wherever the zipper rests turns into this
blueish green copper effect). Once this happens, it is a PITA to get the zipper to EVEN MOVE!! My helmet bag, my shower bag, and
another accessory bag ALL HAVE THIS SAME PROBLEM!! The actually materials they use are GREAT. But the zipper metal or zipper
trail on ALL RBK products
rusts or gets crusty.
Overall, the helmet bag is my fav. Even w/the zipper problem. Just be forewarned, it may take some real elbow grease to actually
get the bag open sometimes.
From: Chris, PA