Bauer TotalOne Composite Stick
Released November, 2010
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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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.
- 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
- 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
User Reviews (1)
Great strength to weight ratio
Higher kick point is idea for slapshots and one-timers
Blade is stable- makes receiving passes easier
Stickhandling is made easier- No unwanted deflections off the blade
Well balanced- single molding process distributes the weight evenly
May be priced too high for some people
Durability is an issue- this stick is prone to break while taking a wrist shot
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