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Bauer Reactor 2000 Goalie Catch Glove
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Bauer Reactor 2000 Goalie Catch Glove

2013 | 12060-41
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2000 Catch Glove is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
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HIGHLIGHTS

  • Nylon laced single T pocket
  • Full hand closure
  • Free Flex cuff

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FEATURES

Weight:2.04 PoundsWeight of the product measured in pounds.
Number of Adjustable Straps:Wrist (1), Backhand (1)Number and Location of Straps used for adjusting the overall fit.
Pocket Type:Single T, Nylon LacingDesign and shape of the pocket.
Break Angle:60 DegreesThe angle at which the catching glove closes. When holding your bare hand in a catching position, 45-50 degree break angles close directly between your forefinger and thumb, while a 90 degree break closes very near your thumb.
Cuff Design:Two-Piece CuffTraditional Cuff has a seam between the padded cuff and the thumb area/catching surface, whereas a Solid Cuff has no break - the thumb area and the cuff are one large, continuous pad.
External Material:Microfiber, NylonType of external material.
Made In:ThailandCountry of origin.
Warranty:90 DaysPeriod of time the product is covered under a manufacturer's warranty.

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

New for 2013, Bauer re-introduces the popular Reactor line from year's past in the form of the new Reactor 2000 catch glove. Built for today's "Battle-Fly" goaltenders, the Reactor 2000 trapper is well suited for today's athletic, Beginner to Intermediate level goaltender that wants a more traditional catch angle, as well as great wrist flexibility for playing the puck.

The Reactor 2000 catch glove is based off of Bauer's most requested custom glove - the "Roli Spec" glove. Closure on the palm is the traditional "thumb to index finger" closure, and both the palm and perimeter have been reinforced for durability. The Reactor 2000 also features Bauer's updated graphics package for 2013.

The pocket of the glove features deep, single T construction with nylon lacing.

The backhand of the glove features two straps - a nice, locking wrist strap and a backhand strap to help customize the fit of the hand inside the glove. The backhand cuff features a deep notch with a wide opening - also known as the Free Flex Cuff - for maximum wrist mobility.

  • Nylon laced single T pocket
  • Full hand closure
  • Free Flex cuff

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SIZE CHART

Measure your hand from the heel of the palm to the tip of the middle finger, then consult the chart below to find the size that will work for you.

Catch Glove Sizing Chart
YOUTH JUNIOR INTERMEDIATE SENIOR
4 3/4 - 5 5/8 in. 5 5/8 - 6 1/4 in. 6 1/4 - 7 in. 7 - 8 3/8 in.
119 - 143 cm 144 - 160 cm 161 - 178 cm 179 - 213 cm

Keys to a Proper Fit:

  • The goalie's fingers should extend out to the end of the finger stalls of the inside palm to ensure a proper fit. However, any more than 1/2" from the tip of the goaltender's finger to the end of the finger stall and the goaltender will not have the leverage needed to properly close and control the glove.
     
  • The heel of your hand should line up with the heel and cuff of the catcher. If not, the proper balance between the cuff and catching portion of the glove may be disturbed, making the glove too cumbersome while sacrificing protection. 

 

RATINGS & REVIEWS

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Glove! This was my first glove that wasn't given to me second hand. It fits great and is very lightweight. I would rate is as middle of the line glove, so the protection level isn't a top notch as some of the gloves you see at over $200. A fantastic buy for adult league hockey. I recommend a few minutes in the oven as well!
Date published: 2014-09-14
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PRODUCT Q & A

Quality

How does this compare to the Bauer Supreme One60 catch glove in quality and protection?
Asked by: ZoMBIE
I think the reactor line is a bit better than the supreme line. It should be a bit lighter and offer more quality/protection. For true fit of a goalie glove, I suggest trying it on in store. If you have a local Total Hockey they can even have the glove shipped to them from another store for you to try.
Answered by: Heipfam
Date published: 2014-09-15

what if i use this for street hockey with a ball how will i break it in

i tried hot water 3 times
Asked by: Anonymous
The best method for breaking in a new catcher is just to use it in practices. You are trying to heat and cool the material in the palm of the glove so that is expands and contracts and as a result loosens the closure of the catcher. I would also continue to use the warm water method at home inbetween uses.
Answered by: JMartin
Date published: 2014-03-03

is this fine to use this with a 7 inch hand?

Asked by: Anonymous
Yes - this glove is much softer and easier to break in, so you should be fine.
Answered by: MBruins
Date published: 2014-02-24

will the keeps 33 method work on this glove?

keeps 33 method is pouring hot water in your glove to break it in because this glove is very hard to break in even with pucks so will it?
Asked by: Anonymous
I used the Keeps33 method on my Reactor 6000 catch glove and it worked for me. I did have to run hot water through the glove about 3-4 times, but eventually it did the trick.
Answered by: MBruins
Date published: 2014-02-10
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