IW Hockey offers various Bauer composite goalie sticks to choose from including the Bauer Supreme, Bauer Reactor and Bauer Prodigy lines. Composite goalie sticks tend to be the lightest sticks on market and are constructed from high end materials including fiberglass, Kevlar and Carbon depending on the make and model. For more information check out the IW Hockey learning center page on how to Select and Size a goalie stick.

Bauer Hockey Goalie Composite Sticks Senior

  • Bauer Supreme 1S Comp Goalie Sticks Sr
    Colors: 3

    The Bauer Supreme 1S Comp Goal Stick is the most advanced top end composite stick the goaltending world has ever seen, and at 650 grams, it's also the lightest.

  • Bauer Supreme S190 Comp Goalie Sticks Sr
    Colors: 3

    The Bauer Supreme S190 Comp Goal Stick has an ultra light weight construction and similar materials to those found on the Supreme 1S, but at a more affordable price tag. Bauer has put an emphasis on not having to sacrifice durability to maximize performance, and the carbon glass weave and air channel construction help achieve this goal.

  • Bauer Supreme S170 Comp Goalie Sticks Sr
    Colors: 3

    The Bauer Supreme S170 Comp Goal Stick has a light weight construction and similar materials to those found on the higher end Supreme models. The carbon and fiberglass outer wrap helps improve overall durability while still giving the light weight composite feel.

  • Bauer Supreme S150 Comp Goalie Sticks Sr
    Colors: 3

    The Bauer Supreme S150 Comp Goal Stick has good durability and a light weight construction at a great price, making this entry level stick ideal for new goalies looking to maximize their performance.

  • Bauer Reactor Hybrid Goalie Sticks Sr

    The Bauer Reactor Hybrid Goal Stick features the innovative hybrid construction that gives goaltenders the best of both worlds. The mixture of a composite shaft and foam core paddle/blade results in a stick that has the extremely lightweight feel of a composite stick as well as the superior vibration dampening of a foam core.

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