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Bauer TotalOne Composite Stick


$160.00 Released November, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Great strength to weight ratio. Higher kick point is idea for slapshots and one-timers. Blade is stable- makes receiving passes easier.

The Cons:May be priced too high for some people. Durability is an issue- this stick is prone to break while taking a wrist shot.

The Nike Bauer TotalOne Composite Stick is a mid-cost hockey stick. The Pure Shot blade profile of this stick utilizes dual density foams for a soft feel on puck handling and pass reception. The blade and hosel parts of the blade have a stability that makes for an accurate shot.

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Product Shot 2 The TotalOne Composite Stick is constructed with TeXtreme carbon fiber. This material provides a lightweight, balanced feel. The Amplified Mid Kick point is useful for when you want to step with power into one-timers and slapshots. This stick differs from the higher cost Nike Bauer Supreme TotalOne GripTac Composite Stick in that this stick lacks GripTac, which allows you to keep a strong grip on your stick. There are model variations for the Nike Bauer TotalOne Composite Stick, which vary in price.

Features

  • Model variations
  • Lightweight TeXtreme construction
  • Pure Shot blade profile
  • Power Core 3 blade core
  • Amplified Mid Kick point
  • SUPREME power dual taper
  • Monocomp Technology
  • Square Double concave shaft dimensions
  • Ergonomically designed TAC-SPIRAL texture

Model Variations

  • Youth - $109.99, 48" 42 flex
  • Junior - $129.99, 52" 52 flex
  • Intermediate - $149.99, 57" 67 Int flex
  • Intermediate P92 LIE5 - $169.99, 57" 67 Int flex P92 LIE5
  • Senior - $174.99, 60" choice of 102 Pro flex/87 Reg flex/77 Med flex
  • Senior P92 LIE5  - $194.99, 60" choice of 102 Reg flex P92 LIE5/87 Reg P92 LIE5/77 P92 LIE5

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    Great strength to weight ratio

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    Higher kick point is idea for slapshots and one-timers

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    Blade is stable- makes receiving passes easier

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    Stickhandling is made easier- No unwanted deflections off the blade

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    Well balanced- single molding process distributes the weight evenly

Cons
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    May be priced too high for some people

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    Durability is an issue- this stick is prone to break while taking a wrist shot

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louis-philippe
louis-philippe: #bauer_totalone_composite_stick Ce hockey a une bonne portance dans le millieu de baton. Moi, il a bris? dans le milieux, comme le reste de mes amis, ses le seul defaut. Mes ce baton es tres performant, il a beaucoup de puissance pour les lanc?s frapp?s et pour le maniment de rondelle. Je vous conseille surtout de prendre la curve de (stamkos,malkin) backstrom est beaucoup trop port?e pour les tir lev?e, et va pas toujour a la direction que nous le souhaitons. Pour les Interm?diaires, je vous conseille le 67 flex, parce que le 65 es beaucoup trop flexible, en touqua, pour moi! Il va tres bien aussi pour les (onetimers) je vous conseille de mettre la main pas trop basse. Puisque, quelque fois, le point de flexion qu'ont entreprent le plus souvent et qui va le mieu es surtout plus haut, en haut du mot bauer. Apr 26, 11
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