01/11/2017 by Matt

Bauer Supreme 1S Shoulder Pads

In the spring of 2017, Bauer will refresh their Supreme line of under protective equipment with the all new Bauer Supreme 1S shoulder pads.

The Bauer Supreme 1S shoulder pads are designed to offer an anatomical fit. This means they will offer a close to the body feel, which will help you to get the most power out of every movement.

The shoulder cap of the Supreme 1S shoulder pads will utilize Curv composite and Powerlite technology. We should all be familiar with Curv composite from Bauer’s skates, but Powerlite is a bit newer. It is a lightweight and moldable foam which contours┬áto your body to provide that close anatomical fit.

In the sternum area, you’ll find additional Curv composite protection, as well as FleXorb. FleXorb utilizes XRD foam and does a great job of offering lightweight protection.

On the front side panels you’ll find MD foams and molded Vent Armor foam for protection and breathability. There will also be a side panel extension for improved fit. The back side panels will also utilize molded Vent Armor, while the spinal protection comes from HD foam with PE inserts. A bicep guard also uses Curv┬ácomposite, while the arch and belly protection comes from high density and mid density foams.

The Bauer Supreme 1S shoulder pads use a liner with 37.5 technology. This is great for players who want a breathable and quick drying shoulder pad. It has also been treated with Sanitized odor resistant treatment in order to help prevent the growth of bacteria and hockey related odors.

The all new Bauer Supreme 1S shoulder pads will be available in stores this spring and could see a price of around $189.99. When the Supreme 1S shoulder pads are available, you’ll be able to get them from our friends over at IceWarehouse.com. Check them out today for more great deals on hockey gear.

Bauer Supreme 1S Shoulder Pads

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Comments

  1. Tony Headrick
    04/25/2017 - 3:04 pm

    When Bauer says the shoulder caps are moldable, does that mean these shoulder pads can be heated and formed to the player?

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