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Bauer Supreme One90 Catch Glove

The Supreme ONE90 catch glove is a butterfly style glove made for maximum net coverage and rebound control. It fits and feels much like the Supreme One80 catch glove, with a few key differences to help maximize performance.The most noticable difference in the ONE90 catch glove is the one piece cuff and thumb. This rigid design stabilizes a large portion of the glove's blocking surface, which makes rebound control more predictable on shots to the cuff. A slight flare at the very top of the cuff helps deflect rebounds forward and prevents puck skip over.On the inside of the glove, pre-molded finger placement gloves with texture have been added to help make the glove easier to grip and close. The backhand features three adjustment straps (wrist, backhand, and fingers) for a more customized fit, and air knit finger stalls help with air circulation and palm drying.The pocket features a wide, deep double-T web which expands upon impact to stop puck rotation and helps eliminate pop outs. The T-bar at the top of the pocket is pre-molded for easy closure. * One piece cuff design * Pre-molded finger placement stalls with texture for easy grip and closure * Three backhand adjustment straps for a custom fit * Wide, deep Double-T pocket * Flexible backhand cuff for easy closure and great protection
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what is the best way to break in the Bauer one90 catch glove
Is putting it in the oven bad for the glove?
asked 1 year, 8 months ago
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Anonymous
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I do not recommend putting the catcher in your oven at home. If your near a Total Hockey or rink that has a "skate oven", this is the only form of heating I would recommend. Another great trick is putting some warm water from your sink, in the inside of the catcher, than tie the glove shut with a string or belt and place a weight on top of the glove and let it air dry overnight.
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