If you’re in the market for new goalie gear and you’re thinking about Warrior, you’re in for a treat. Warrior goalie has a legendary goalie pad maker behind most of it’s recent gear designs, Pete Smith.
Warrior’s Design Focus
Warrior focuses on a couple key things when designing their goalie gear. First and foremost, performance (as every brand does). Warrior takes this to another level by adding design elements like the Air Slide system on their new G4’s, rather than continuing old designs built in to their gear.
Another major focus of Warrior is the durability of their gear. Their gear uses “bindingless” designs, which makes the equipment last longer with less target areas for rips and tears. This also removes weight from their gear, something Warrior is best known for.
The brand does things a bit differently than most in the goalie equipment world, focusing on youth versus paying large sums to have it’s gear worn in the NHL. This has given them a unique edge when it comes to marketing their gear, as most of the focus is not on brand but on actual product itself.
As we review more and more Warrior products, you’ll find the articles sorted here.
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To be clear, GoalieCoaches.com does reviews of Warrior goalie equipment because it’s something we feel is valuable to you, the reader — not because Warrior pays us.
Warrior Leg Pads / Trappers / Blockers
Warrior Ritual G4 Gear Review
Warrior Jocks / Cups
Warrior Ritual Pro X Jock (full review)
Warrior Chest and Arm Protection
Warrior Ritual G4 Chest Protector Review
Warrior Pants / Breezers
We’ll list each separate review, when available, here.
Warrior R\CR1 Goalie Stick Review