I have used hockey 3 pairs of ice hockey skates, 1 pair of street hockey skates, 1 helmet, 1 pair of pants, 1 pair of shin guards, and 1 pair of gloves.
I don't have pics right now, but they will be up VERY soon.(My sister has the camera).
Not in great condition, but they are old and very tough. I bought them at a Play It Again Sports, but i was a complete noob, and they were 4 sizes to big. I wore
them twice, once at a 1 hour public skate, and once at a 30 min skating lesson.
NOTE: These skates are actually extremely lighter than they look.
Bought them 3 days after I bought the Vapor8's. Wore them for two months of hockey lessons, then 1 6-month season of house hockey. I was still not a very good skater, so there is not much wear of them. Blades are in great shape.
Bauer VaporXIV (14)
Bought these before 2nd to last game of first season. Wore them <4 times, them broke my leg. Did not wear them for three more months. I then played about 1 half season of house league(three months), and about half of another season. (six months of total playing time of one game and one practice a week plus public skates, although not many).
Mission A50 Street Hockey Skates
GREAT CONDITION! I only used them to skate in my driveway, and for one dryland practice and a roller rink for my ice team.
Used in 2.5 seasons of house league hockey.
Used in 2 seasons of house hockey. No rips of tears, very light and comfortable. They have suspender attachments too.
Easton Octane Shin Guards
Used for 2 seasons of house hockey, no tears or cracks.
Bauer Impact 300jr Gloves
used in 1 season of hockey, but were worn every other day this summer at a dryland conditioning and shooting camp run by my coach at his house(thats why there is a hole on the left glove).
All prices are negotiable.
I may sell multiply items at discount prices.
I can trade for almost anything, including trading many or all of my items for one of yours. (NO GAMING ACCOUNTS) Offer anything, the worst i can say is no. Paintball preferred but i dont care really.
Please note that skate sizes do not correspond to shoe sizes.