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Aside from how we’ll pads slide, or how light they are, or how big the rebounds, the next thing I see mentioned nearly as often is how a glove closes from the factory.
Personally I enjoy the process of breaking in a glove. It’s a ritual to me. Something that takes some time and effort, and as a result is pretty gratifying when it’s just right.
Maybe my age is showing, but as part of the order I just placed for an Axis it’s the very first time I’ve ordered a game ready glove. Not only am I a 580 guy... but also a pro palm guy. So this is a big change for me. At one point the pro palm was for the additional protection, but since then it was just the joy of breaking it in properly. Doing it right vs. doing it quickly if you will.
I guess what I’m saying is that I don’t get the desire for gloves that you can use in a game right out of them box.
Tell me what you like and why...
2020 - Warrior Hockey Collection
163 Pages of Warrior's 2020 Collection (84 pdf pages)
G5 goalie gear, new for 2020, begins on page 92 (pdf page 48)
GT2 goalie gear, introduced in 2019, begins on page 102 (pdf page 53)
M1 Sticks, new for 2020, begin on page 140 (pdf page 72)