The Warrior Novium hockey stick is a great option for a performance level player who is looking for a stick with some top-end technologies at a lower price point.
- Bevel Taper for increased control and improved velocity on shots
- Minimus Carbon UD for a lighter and more durable stick
- R.L.C. 133 a revolutionary lightweight construction
- Fuelcore for increased durability and feel
When purchasing a new hockey stick, it is important to place a focus on kick point. Finding the right kick point - where the stick flexes most when shooting - will help take your shot to the next level. If you’re unsure which kick point is best for your game, visit your local Pure Hockey for an accurate assessment. The Warrior Novium line offers a mid-kick point for versatility on shots, enhanced by some of Warrior’s top technologies.
Passed down from the top-of-the-line Novium Pro, is the Bevel Taper. The mid-kick point on this unique shaft construction with stiffness through the taper allows for increased control and improved shot velocity. The geometry of this stick improves response, is more stable, and plays with more strength. The Novium geometric design is attractive and will help players load up for hard shots with almost no effort while preventing the blade face from opening up.
Minimus UD Carbon fiber material that has previously been found in Warrior’s top-of-the-line sticks, is now in the Novium stick, which is a huge upgrade for this price point. The. Built with high strength, lightweight unidirectional carbon construction, the Novium shaft features higher grade material and is lighter and more durable.
An upgrade in this price point stick for Warrior is RLC 133, a revolutionary lightweight construction. This is a high-grade carbon construction that features the latest lightweight fiber technology and epoxy resin formulation to provide the ultimate in strength and playability.
A key to the performance of the Novium is the lightweight polymer blade core that enhances puck feel and makes shots pop, while the FuelCore reduces breakdown of materials in the blade and increases durability.
Any skater, regardless of level or frequency of play, is encouraged to upgrade to the top-end Novium Pro sticks if he or she wants to experience ultimate performance and the best technologies Warrior has to offer. But if you’re a player who skates a couple times per week and is looking for a quality stick at a great value, the Novium proves to be a great choice.