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Hockey stick accessories include all the extras players and goalies add to their sticks to enhance grip, performance, fit, and feel. This collection includes a wide selection of hockey stick tape for customizing your handle, knob, and blade. We also offer several styles of Buttendz grips for players and goalies who prefer to customize their stick handle using end caps instead of tape. Lengthen your stick with end plugs from the most trusted names in the sport, including Bauer, Blue Sports, Warrior, and A&R. When you need to add a tacky surface to your blade tape or smooth over your tape job to improve puck handling, reach for hockey stick wax from Howies, Gear Halo, and other trusted makers.
Pure Hockey carries the best hockey stick accessories on the market. Enjoy the best prices on these products, thanks to Pure Hockey’s low-price guarantee. If you’re a new player or new-to-hockey parent shopping for a first stick and need expert advice, consult the Pure Hockey Stick Guide and Pure Hockey Stick Guide for Goalies.
Hockey players put tape on their sticks to enhance grip, and they apply tape to the blade in particular wrap patterns to improve their puck handling. Hockey players also tape “ribs,” or spiral sections on their shaft to add a grip. Some players apply stick wax on their blade tape job to increase tackiness, and add end plugs or stick grips to customize the hockey stick length and feel.
Necessary hockey stick accessories include stick tape and wax. If you need to add length to your hockey stick, an end plug will be necessary as well.
How long a hockey stick lasts depends on the player, the quality of the stick, and the frequency of play. Someone playing hard and often with a top-tier hockey stick, blasting slapshot after slapshot, may get a lot more games out of their stick than the athlete with a mid-level stick playing the same way. Likewise, the recreational player with a high-quality twig may enjoy a longer life from their stick than a similar player who skates with an entry-level stick. Learn more about the variables that determine how long a hockey stick will last in our Resource Center.