Rebound control is one of the most important attributes that a goalie can add to his or her repertoire. Sometimes, you have no choice but to make a save using the stick, which can generate a rebound and a quality scoring chance for the opposing team.
Bauer attempts to solve this common problem while maintaining control and feel for the goaltender. The Supreme One70 Composite Goalie Stick allows for much easier rebound control thanks to the ergonomic geometry of the paddle; the backside of which is rounded and contours to the shape of your leg pads, resulting in a more comfortable feel. Meanwhile, the front of the paddle is flat, forcing pucks to drop instead of bounce away. Rebounds in the high slot will quickly become a thing of the past.
A fiberglass reinforced outer wrap surrounds the paddle, giving you more protection and extending the life of the stick. A reinforced polyurethane core keeps the paddle stiff and lightweight yet provides the proper flex for when scooping the puck to the corner. A lightweight foam core anchors the blade construction and saves weight while providing direct puck feel.
The shaft itself features double concave geometry - concave sidewalls, a flat top and bottom and rounded corners - to allow for a stronger grip on the stick.
Style is not a problem either, as the Supreme One70 comes in either black, blue or red.
With the Supreme One70 Composite Goalie Stick, your overall control of the game is vastly improved.
Bauer Supreme One70 Paddle Measurement
||TG True Size
The TG TRUE SIZE paddle measurement method was created to make ordering goalie sticks online easier, and more accurate. As each manufacturer measures their sticks in their own unique way, we created this method to help you compare your stick at home with the models that we have in our inventory. By knowing how your current stick size compares to the stick that you're looking to purchase, you can make the best purchasing decision possible.
To measure your current stick, place the end of the tape measurer at the point where the top of the paddle meets the shaft of the stick on the non-blade side. Then, measure down the paddle in a straight line until the tape measurer crosses the bottom of the blade to determine the TG True paddle size. Keep in mind that this measurement may vary depending on the blade pattern, but it will help you choose the most comparable size.