Warrior Covert DT1 Senior Hockey Stick - 2012

Warrior Covert DT1 Senior Hockey Stick - 2012

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Warrior Covert DT1 Senior Hockey Stick - 2012


  • Stick molded as one piece
  • Consistent flex arc
  • Best balance-lighter blade


  • Max. Low kick response
  • Torque control accuracy
  • Patent protects accuracy and stability from design


  • Hardcore X blade core
    • Lightest blade core package with 60% higher compression resistance and 40% greater tensile strength
  • Carbonized blade
    • Carbon-plated glass fiber resists cracking and chipping
    • Carbonized blade is 40% stronger and adds stiffness
  • TwinSpar reinforcement
    • Two carbon fiber support structures reinforce the blade core
    • Endurance and bend strength is increased by 40%
  • Aramid sole protection
    • Super-tough fibers used in bullet proof vest wrap over the bottom edge of the blade. Leading to 4x better impact resistance
    • Weight (Approx.) 420g
    • Length: 63"

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Warrior Hockey Stick Blade Pattern Chart - 2012

Warrior Burrows Blade, Burrows Curve, Warrior Alex Burrows Pattern Warrior Lidstrom Blade, Lidstrom Curve, Warrior Nicklas Lidstrom Pattern Warrior Kopitar Blade, Draper Curve, Kopitar Curve, Warrior Anze Kopitar Pattern Warrior Kovalev Blade, Kovalev Curve, Warrior Alex Kovalev Pattern Warrior Kovalchuk Blade, Kovalchuk Curve, Warrior Ilya Kovalchuk Pattern Warrior Gionta Blade, Gionta Curve, Warrior Brian Gionta Pattern Warrior Kremlin Blade, Kremlin Curve, Warrior Kremlin Pattern Warrior Wisniewski Blade, Wisniewski Curve, Warrior James Wisniewski Pattern Warrior Chara Blade, Chara Curve, Warrior Zdeno Chara Pattern Warrior Zetterberg Blade, Zetterberg Curve, Warrior Henrik Zetterberg Pattern

Warrior Hockey Stick Blade Pattern Chart - 2012, Burrows, Lidstrom, Kopitar, Kovalev, Kovalchuk, Gionta, Kremlin, Wisniewski, Chara, Zetterberg
Warrior Covert DT1 Senior Hockey Stick - 2012
5 Stars based on 2 Review(s)
steven senese
buffalo new york
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

great stick
July 29, 2014
this is a great lightweight stick specifically for D-men, it has great durability the kick from your shot feels very powerful and lets you feel the puck on your stick great.

josh z
camp hill, pa
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

durable, light, responsive feel
July 28, 2014
The DT1 is an upgrade from the Widow. It maintains the light weight and responsiveness of the Widow, but adds durability with the reinforced blade. Great puck feel with the True 1 Piece Construction. If you are looking for a top of the line stick that will last, look no further.

By Kyle from Fargo, North Dakota on October 2, 2013
I want to use a Warrior stick but I don't know what to get. I use Bauer sticks with P14 curves all the time. I want to try Warrior but I'm not sure about the lies and curves. What should I do?
By Jeremiah at HockeyGiant.com on October 2, 2013

The Warrior W14 Chara curve is almost identical to the Bauer P14 Toews. Warrior uses lower numbers for their lies. A Warrior 4 is a Bauer 5, a Warrior 5 is a Bauer 6, and so on. If you have additional questions about blade patterns, please refer to the Blade Chart tab on each product page.

By Nick from Vail, CO on November 4, 2013
If I use a hall (Easton) and looking to try out warrior, what curve is the most similar?
By Jeremiah at HockeyGiant.com on November 4, 2013

The W03 Kopitar curve is a P3/E3 Easton clone.

By Tom from Levittown pa on August 29, 2013
Can I get this stick with grip?
By Customer Service on August 29, 2013

Yes. The grip version of this stick can be found here Warrior Covert DT1 Grip Senior Hockey Stick - 2012

By J.C. from CT on December 14, 2013
What does the lie mean, is it the angle of where the blade and shaft meet. I grew up using what i thought was a 6, but don't see to many, has it changed thet much.
By Customer Service on December 16, 2013

Yes, you have the correct definition of lie. Warrior measures the lie their sticks a bit different from the way the other manufacturers measure. Add 1 to any of the lies you see for Warrior sticks and it will give you a measurement more comparable to those of other brands. For example, a Warrior Lie 4 is more like a Bauer Lie 5.

By Jack from Dayton oh on November 11, 2013
What is the length of this stick?
By Customer Service on November 12, 2013


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