July 28, 2012

NEHJ Buyer's Guide: Goalie Gear

Here's NEHJ's Buyer's Guide for July 2012, featuring all the latest and greatest in goalie gear.



Supreme TOTALONE Goal Pad

The world’s first customizable flex system featuring MyFlex Technology allows goalies to customize their pads by inserting foam bars above and below the knee to fully maximize their butterfly style of play.

Supreme TOTALONE Catch Glove (pictured right)

A butterfly-style glove for maximum net coverage and rebound control, the Supreme TOTALONE Catch Glove features a one-piece cuff design for maximum performance.

Supreme TOTALONE Blocker

A removable articulating index finger and maximum side cuffs keep players protected and pucks out of the net.



Premier 4 Goal Pads

The Premier 4 pads feature a new knee stack strapping system, a forward flat calf wrap and a wider leg channel designed to help close down the 5-hole quicker.

Premier 4 Catch Glove

The Premier 4 catch glove features a Full T deep pocket design and an injection molded thumb for more coverage and a solid seal to the ice.

Premier 4 Blocker (pictured right)

The Premier 4 blocker features a flatter inside edge for more coverage and better protection for the thumb, wrist and finger areas.



Ritual Composite Goal Stick

The new Ritual Composite Goal Stick features Shocka Technology, an insert sleeve between the paddle and shaft that both absorbs vibration and creates a lively flex point in the middle of the stick. Available in 27.5-inch and 26.0-inch lengths and two patterns.

Ritual Pro Leg Pads (pictured right)

With many of the same features that are available on the Ritual Custom Pro pads, the Ritual Pro Leg Pads are perfect for high-level players looking to take their game to the next level. Be sure to check out some of the things that make the Ritual truly unique — Post Wedge Panel, Hinged Knee Design, Bindingless Construction, Tabletop Boot, and Knee Leveler.

This buyer’s guide originally appeared in the July 2012 issue of New England Hockey Journal.