The game of hockey is becoming faster and more instinctive every season. Athletes are stronger, they receive training year-round, and they are equipped with the latest high performance gear. If goalies want to compete in this environment their game needs to evolve at the same pace. In addition to sound technical skills, goalies must use their athleticism and critical reflexes to react. The composite helmet is best suited for this hybrid style with 360 degrees of coverage.
Hockey is also becoming more dangerous for goalies with harder shots and full contact with charging forwards. The superior fit of a helmet ensures it will remain in place while rolling, turning, or protecting the territory around the crease. The superior performance and sensory advantage of the helmet allows the athlete to maximize his potential, focus on the game, and look good at the same time.
Carbon/Aramid - 799USD
Fiberglass - 599USD
Just because the game has evolved doesn’t mean you have to abandon iconic style and safety. Olympia player helmets are hand made with high impact epoxy resin and carbon/aramid reinforcements. Internal padding is comprised of single or dual density closed cell EVA foam for protection, fit, and comfort. Our designs evoke memories of the game's most recognized and respected legends. Select your next helmet from our current choice of models and start your own legacy today.
Carbon/Aramid - 399USD
Fiberglass - 329USD
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The case for composite helmets.
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