Bauer Supreme ONE.9 Goalie Leg Pads [Senior]

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Bauer Supreme ONE.9 Goalie Leg Pads [Senior]

Supreme One.9 Leg Pad is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 3.
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The Bauer Supreme ONE.9 leg pads are the Senior Pro version of the new Supreme TOTALONE NXG leg pads, and they share many of the same design characteristics.

For starters, the ONE.9 gives the goalie the ability the "personally" adjust the custom flex of the goal pad to adapt to any style of play. The leg pads utilitze a unique "MyFLEX 2.0" system - molded flex inserts that fit into pre-formed channels inside the foam body of the pads. The flex inserts come in two different stiffnesses - medium (yellow) and hard (black). By inserting the desired flex insert into the channels both above and below the knee, the goalie can achieve up to 4 different flex configurations for a personalized fit.  New for 2014, the MyFlex 2.0 flex bars have been made slightly stiffer to be more durable over time, and the insertion channels also have a modified design for enhanced performance.

The Supreme ONE.9 pad features the popular Adjustable Knee Lock (AKL) design of the previous Supreme line. Like the older Supreme knee lock, the knee lock on the ONE.9 is attached with heavy duty velcro and can be moved approximately one (1) inch in any given direction for a customized fit.

The leg channel is wide and has a medium depth to it. The inside calf padding features a 1" thick low density foam pillow which has been sewn on to the inside edge calf wrap. The pad takes up any negative space between the leg and the pad for quicker pad response, and it provides exceptional comfort when going into the butterfly. 

The boot strap can be placed in two different locations on the inner boot scoop, and the calf straps are easily replaceable as well. The thigh straps and buckles are made of nylon webbing, and these can be moved to different strap locations both at and above the knee.

  • Lightweight butterfly style and construction
  • MyFLEX 2.0 technology
  • Triangular outer roll
  • AKL:  Adjustable Knee Lock
  • Adjustable straps customize fit and closure
  • Integrated under-pant thigh protector


Weight:6.12 lbsWeight of a single leg pad measured in pounds (Sr 34" Int 30" Jr 28" Yth 23").
Pad Style:Blocking / ButterflyThe style of play ("Reaction/ Hybrid" or "Blocking/Butterly") that the pad was designed for. "Reaction/Hybrid" pads tend to be more flexible and have more breaks - great for those with a narrow butterfly. "Blocking/Butterfly" pads tend to have fewer breaks and are more rigid - better for goalies with a wider butterfly.
Knee Breaks:Customizable w/ MyFlex 2.0Breaks in the foam & material of the outer roll. Pads with zero (O) knee breaks tend to be more rigid and have less flex, while pads with one (1) or two (2) knee breaks are "softer" and have more flex built into them.
Width:11 InchesWidth of a single pad measured in inches.
External Material:Microfiber, NylonType of external material.
# of Straps:5Number of leg attachment straps.
Strap Type:Leather & Buckle (3), Nylon & Clip (2)Type of attachment strap.
Adjustable Straps:YesDoes the leg pad have straps that can be easily moved or replaced
Thigh Protection:NHL Legal Attached Thigh GuardType of upper leg protection.
Toe Attachment Type:Toe TiesType of piece that attaches the pad to the toe of the skate.
Made In:ThailandCountry of origin.
Warranty:90 DaysPeriod of time the product is covered under a manufacturer's warranty.

The Key factor is the overall length. The length can be divided into three sections:

A.The boot

B.Instep to knee

C.Knee to top or thigh rise

The proper length of the goal pad boot is determined by the goalie's skate size. The next key area is the instep to knee that determines the shin length. Finally, the knee to top or thigh rise is a personal measurement depending on how much pant and pad overlap the goaltender prefers. A general rule is 7" to 8".

A.Skates size: provide the skate size for proper boot fit.

B.Instep to knee: measure from instep to the front center of kneecap while leg is in slightly bent position.

C. Thigh rise: measure from front center of kneecap up the thigh to desire height.

A + B + C = Estimated size of pad

If fitted properly, the goalie's knee should rest directly behind the center knee roll with the pad securely attached to the goal skate and properly strapped on the goaltender's leg. Generally, this will ensure that the pad breaks (bends) at the knee/shin and ankle as designed for optimal performance.

Rated 2 out of 5 by from Very cheaply made I bought these in a December 2015 with high expectations. I had a pair of the previous model Supreme .9 which were excellent and very well made. They worn down so i decided to replace them with basically the same model, only newer graphics. I was shocked to see how cheaply made these pads are. Very disappointed, the leather boy strap already ripped, and I've already broken 2 of the plastic buckles. The pad it self seems feet flimsy and I doubt these will get more than a year and half of use. At the time these were $999. I'm older now with a family and cannot afford to spend $1800 on stitching and graphics and claims of "maximum protection" -- which is nonsense. Every year the sales pitch is "we've redesigned this pad to offer maximum protection..." I'm done with Bauer. I've already started looking for a pair of CCMs.
Date published: 2016-04-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great pad for a great price. The good: Options, Options, Options! Strap placement can be adjusted, MyFlex, knee cradle can be moved, and thigh board removal. The Bad: Low quality knee padding in knee cradle. Poor design of the thigh board (Not particularly a Bauer and/or these pads problem. A lot of the pads I tried were like this). Been playing in these for a few weeks now and after having to make a few adjustments, these are excellent pads and the comfort rating is a 5 now. That's one of the best parts about them is they do have a lot of options for adjustment. You won't find a new pad in that price range with almost the same level of options as the top of the line. The following is more detail: The biggest problem I had requiring some experimentation was with the knee cradle/pad and thigh board. I was bruising every time I played, on the inner knees. The 3rd time I played in these the thigh boards slid down and the velcro attached to my hockey socks in a bad spot (Keep in mind, the thigh boards are designed to "cup" the inside of the knee) and the knee cup on them was out of position. When I butterflied, I landed on the rigid edge of the thigh board's knee cup and badly bruised the inner part of my knee. The knee cradle/pad in these is really lacking so that didn't help absorb any of the impact. This is especially frustrating since you can buy a pair of the improved version of the knee cradle/pad that come with the TotalOnes for around $37. So to correct the situation, I removed the stock thigh boards and broke out my old school knee pad/thigh boards. Problem solved. The other option I considered is ordering the TotalOne knee cradle, and I still might. Removing the stock thigh boards also helped solve the other problem I was having and that was the pads weren't rotating like I wanted them too. The velcro sticking to my hockey socks was preventing them from rotating and transitioning properly. To help with any confusion, the lower velcro strap comes all the way off and the rough part of the velcro is on the strap. Therefore, unless you get the strap all the way on so no velcro is exposed, it will stick to your hockey socks (hard to do too unless you have really skinny legs). If you don't wear a traditional hockey sock under your pads, this could also be avoided. I still didn't want to take the chance of re-injuring my knee. After making these adjustments, I love these pads. They work and feel great. Best pad for the money (Trust me, I tried 6 different pads before I decided on these).
Date published: 2014-07-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great pads I got these pads a couple of days ago at my local hockey store. (they were having an early release). They are light, high quality, and a pad that almost seams like a pro level item. Break in only took 2 days and they were ready to use. The Myflex system really gives the goalie a way to make these pads the way they please. Also, the design looks amazing. A very good design from bauer. The only problems I have had is that the top of the pads don't 100% close and seal to the ice, but no pucks have slipped in there anyways. These are so far the best pads I have used and I would recommend these pads to all butterfly style goalies.
Date published: 2014-03-22
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Would I be able to remove the boot strap or would i have to cut it out?

Asked by: yolomachine
Cut them out... Sadly
Answered by: Cotten
Date published: 2016-01-31

I play AAA 16 will this work well

Asked by: Matt Avocado
I would recommend a pro level pad playing AAA Midget hockey and going into junior.
Answered by: JeffC
Date published: 2016-01-25

Can I replace the nylon straps with leather straps?

Asked by: yolomachine
You can probably get that done. The straps on the one.9 are adjustable.
Answered by: JeffC
Date published: 2015-05-08

I measure 32

In the market for new pads. I've never used a AKL pad. If I measure Correctly I should be in a 32. With the AKL, Will a 33 Work? Thanks!
Asked by: Heipfam
Yes - a 33 should work as they won't be as big of a difference between a 32 and 33" Bauer. Just make sure that your knee hits the center of the knee lock, and consult the link below should you have more questions about how pads should fit.
Answered by: MBruins
Date published: 2014-12-22

MyFlex stiffness

I have noticed the stiffness of the yellow (softer bars) is more in these pads than the original MyFlex bars of the one 90 series. Will this pad soften up over time, or will it remain relatively stiff, even with the softer, yellow flex bars?
Asked by: Heipfam
You're correct - the new MyFlex system is a bit more stiff this year because Bauer changed the design of the bars so that they don't twist in the channel anymore. The yellow bars will soften up a bit over time, however, so they won't always stay as stiff as they are now.
Answered by: MBruins
Date published: 2016-12-06

What does this pad weight??

Asked by: Heipfam
A 34+2" One.9 leg pad weighs 6.12 lbs.
Answered by: MBruins
Date published: 2014-06-15

One.9 and One.7

What is the difference between the one.9 and one.7???
Asked by: Heipfam
The differences can mostly be found in the materials used in construction. For example, the ONE.9 is built to have thicker foams, thicker synthetic leather, etc, when compared to the ONE.7. Both pads are designed in exactly the same way.
Answered by: MBruins
Date published: 2015-04-10
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