Sniper Skin is a custom fit grip that replaces your need for hockey tape. Our hockey grips are lightweight, and easy to install. Customize the look and feel of your grip, then install it in seconds with boiling water or a heat gun.
Our goalie grips also have extra tack to ensure a great grip while defending the net and increase product durability.
The BEST PART is you can add whatever design you want to this product! Add your name, number, a picture of your dog, some of our clipart, or anything else you want to appear on your grip. Make yours truly unique!
Patented, engineered and made in Canada
Fits most goalie hockey sticks.
Goalie Paddle Grips are 7.5" (190mm) long, and 1/64" (1mm) thick. Package includes 1 trigger ring.
Can be installed over existing tape.
Locks in place.
Tack can be restored when faded with grip spray such as Rawlings 5150 or similar products.
The installation process requires 212°F (100°C) boiling water, or a heat gun to ensure correct fit. High elevation areas must use a heat gun.
Check out our installation tutorial
STEP 1: CUSTOMIZE THE GRIP
- Use the rings to create your custom grip feel
- Test the grip feel with gloves on
STEP 2: POSITION ON SHAFT
- Slide the sleeve onto the stick
- Align the logo/text as desired
STEP 3: FORM GRIP
Use at least a 1.5L electric kettle (water must be rapidly boiling with a temperature above 100°C/212°F) or a 1500W heat gun.
- With your non-pouring hand holding the top of the stick, position the grip pointing down and into a sink or shower (the shower may be better - be careful of the splash)
- As soon as the water has boiled, pour water into the sleeve and watch the Sniper Skin shrink!
- Continue pouring water until the kettle/pot is empty.
- Cool off with cold water
- Using sharp scissors, trim off the extra extra material
- Stand the stick upright and begin rotating the stick
- Hold the gun 6" from the Sniper Skin
- Starting at the top of the grip, apply heat until the entire base has shrunk tightly
- Continue rotating the grip and slowly move the heat down towards the paddle.
- Be careful not to overheat/melt the grip
CAUTION: USE AT YOUR OWN RISK