Mylec USA Hockey Tape, 6-Pack

Last updated: October 13, 2023

Mylec USA Hockey Tape, 6-Pack

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We looked at the top Hockey Tapes and dug through the reviews from some of the most popular review sites. Through this analysis, we've determined the best Hockey Tape you should buy.

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Available in red, white and blue or bright neons, this tape makes a statement while you’re playing. The material is cotton, although it is a little thinner than other options so you might have to double wrap. You’ll also need to clean off the adhesive residue when you remove it.

In our analysis of 20 expert reviews, the Mylec USA Hockey Tape, 6-Pack placed 5th when we looked at the top 10 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

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1″ x 10 yards of fabric athletic tape per roll

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Hockey players know the impact of a good tape job on their gameplay. A stiffer, rougher tape job on a hockey stick boosts speed, rotation and energy, which can give a hockey player an advantage in a competition. Tape protects your stick from wear and tear while making it also easier to hold and control. It also “softens” the blade so that it accepts passes easier.

But the right tape is just as important as a good wrapping technique. You can use many types of tape (or other materials), like friction tape and grip tape —tapes designed for versatile uses — to wrap your hockey stick. However, dedicated hockey tape tends to be made of cloth. Using cloth tape, you can customize your stick in any way you like, both aesthetically and for performance.

Cloth tape comes in a variety of sizes to make it easy to find the look and feel that works for you. Regular cloth tape is an inch wide, but you can find cloth tape that’s 1.5 inches in width. You’ll also find that roll sizes vary, so pay close attention to how much you’re getting before you buy one tape over another. You might see a lower price, only to find that you get double the amount with the more expensive option.

Consider color: Black may match the puck, making it hard for opponents to see what your strategy is; white matches the ice, rending your motions less transparent. You may wish to consider your team colors as well, or go for a clear tape that allows your stick’s design to show through.

Hockey tape is often sold in sets. You can buy two, three or six in one package or purchase other configurations. This can help if you need a roll to keep in multiple places, such as a locker at the rink, your gym bag or at home. With multiple rolls, you’ll also always have a backup roll when you run out. Multiple rolls can also come in handy for sharing with teammates or if you have multiple hockey players in your home.

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