|Warrior Composite End Plugs Sr & Jr||
Lowest Price Guarantee
The Warrior Composite End Plugs adds 6" of extension to a hockey stick or shaft. The end plug is constructed of a high-quality carbon fiber that does not add much weight but is perfect for a player who needs to add just a little more height to their stick or shaft. Unlike traditional wood end plugs, the composite plugs help to keep responsiveness and balance as consistent as possible from head to toe.
Warrior offers these plugs in a Traditional Senior, Tapered Senior and Traditional Junior sizes. The tapered end plug is the same circumference as the traditional plug at the bottom of the handle and gradually tapers into a smaller circumference as it gets closer to the top of the plug, perfect for players using intermediate shafts or those who enjoy smaller shaft dimensions. End plugs are all sold separately.
- Weight: 56 grams w/ glue
- Adds 6" of extension
- Full Carbon Fiber composite end plug for hockey sticks and shafts
- Drastically lighter and more consistent than a traditional wood end plug
- Pre-glued - Just apply heat and insert into hockey stick or shaft
- Available in Senior and Junior sizes
- Traditional and Tapered Handle options in Senior
- Fits most other brand's sticks and shafts
Comments: : I have had no complaints actually i have loved this butt end i used to use wood but it was heavy and made the stick feel unbalanced so i would drill holes in the butt end which helped but didn't fix it i bought two one Jr and one Sr butt end and the both add 6 inches to the end which is perfect for me they are feather light and when you pay almost 300 for a top end stick you want i to be light and balanced even with a butt end these work incredibly for that also you may need to add more glue or a strip of tape i didn't need to but every stick is different but regardless these are great
From: Scott, San Jose, CA
Comments: Two piece design uses a bonding material, which failed after only a few minutes of warm-up shots. This allowed the grip portion to pivot slightly on the insert. Just go with a traditional wood plug and play worry-free.
From: Josh, AZ