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Brian's OPTiK Senior Goalie Blocker - Intermediate Palm

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The Brian's OPT1K series has raised the bar for goalie equipment, across the board. Unifying innovation and craftsmanship, Brian's has created a series that can cater to any type of goalie.

The most noticeable feature of the OPT1K blocker is the BOA System. The BOA System uses a dial and steel wiring to tune-fit a piece of equipment more precisely and with ease. The wrist strap is moved down on the blocker to be positioned on the heel of the palm, rather than the wrist. This allows for better wrist mobility.

To no surprise, the OPT1K comes with a binding-less edge for a clean aesthetic. The outside edge of the blocker, however, takes from the old Brian's DX2 blocker, where it is cut inward to a give a right-angle triangle look. This design cuts weight from the blocker and gives it a unique look.

Updated wrap-around finger protection provides better protection and an easier, more comfortable grip on the stick.

No-Slip Grip is now used on the entire blocker palm and fingers, for considerably better stick control, and wears better than cream Nash.

The Brian's OPT1K blocker is the product of innovative thinking and excellent craftsmanship. From the chassis to the looks, you can find the OPT1K that works best for you! Make sure to read our Brian's OPT1K blocker and trapper review to learn even more.

The Brian's OPT1K series has raised the bar for goalie equipment, across the board. Unifying innovation and craftsmanship, Brian's has created a series that can cater to any type of goalie.

The most noticeable feature of the OPT1K blocker is the BOA System. The BOA System uses a dial and steel wiring to tune-fit a piece of equipment more precisely and with ease. The wrist strap is moved down on the blocker to be positioned on the heel of the palm, rather than the wrist. This allows for better wrist mobility.

To no surprise, the OPT1K comes with a binding-less edge for a clean aesthetic. The outside edge of the blocker, however, takes from the old Brian's DX2 blocker, where it is cut inward to a give a right-angle triangle look. This design cuts weight from the blocker and gives it a unique look.

Updated wrap-around finger protection provides better protection and an easier, more comfortable grip on the stick.

No-Slip Grip is now used on the entire blocker palm and fingers, for considerably better stick control, and wears better than cream Nash.

The Brian's OPT1K blocker is the product of innovative thinking and excellent craftsmanship. From the chassis to the looks, you can find the OPT1K that works best for you! Make sure to read our Brian's OPT1K blocker and trapper review to learn even more.

Goalie Blocker Sizing Chart
Blocker Size
**Hand Measurement
Senior *7" - 8 ½"
Intermediate 6 ⅓" - 7"
Junior 5 ¾" - 6 ⅓"
Youth 4 ½" - 5 ¾"
*8" - 8 ½" is typically seen as a SR-XL palm
**Hand Measurement is made from heel of palm to the tip of your middle finger

Goalie Blockers Sizing

More times than not, the fit of your Goalie Blocker is often overlooked. This is likely the result of the limited size availability compared to other pieces of equipment, however a properly sized Blocker provides you the protection and stick control you trust.

Which Blocker Size is for you?
The first step to finding the correct Blocker size is to utilize the “heel-of-palm-to-tip-of-middle-finger” measurement. This measurement will generally send you to the appropriate size you need.

Analyzing the Blocker Fit
It is important to ensure that the fingers tips lie close to the seam of the palm, or within 0.5” if the Blocker is for a young growing goaltender. Next you want to ensure the adjustable wrist strap goes directly across the wrist bone, and has minimal to no interference with your chest protector. The goaltender should be able to swivel their wrist to accommodate a range of save selections without any restrictions from the chest protector. You also want to ensure that the goalie can maintain control of their stick in addition to being able to maneuver the blocker when handling the puck.

Which Hand Do I Need?
Figuring out which hand you need for your Blocker can be slightly confusing. Goalies generally refer to themselves as "REGULAR" or "FULL RIGHT". Below is the easiest way to simplify which hand you need.

    Blocker Hands Simplified
  • Regular - Blocker worn on your Right Hand
  • Full Right - Blocker worn on your Left Hand


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