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Bauer Senior Nexus 600 GripTac Ice Hockey Stick - Dick's Sporting Goods

Bauer Senior Nexus 600 GripTac Ice Hockey Stick

Item Number: 15348926
Price: $89.99 $109.99*
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Bring your game to new levels with the Bauer® Senior Nexus 600 GripTac Ice Hockey Stick. Ideal for intermediate-level players ready to advance their skill, the Nexus 600 hockey stick offers notably better power, release and accuracy than the typical intro-level stick. Features include the mid flex profile for a natural kickpoint, lightweight carbon construction and the GripTac shaft texture for extreme handling.

FEATURES:

  • Size: Senior
  • GripTac shaft texture
  • Nexus Mid flex profile
  • Carbon composite construction
  • Aero Foam II blade core
  • 3K carbon blade wrap
  • Fused, two-piece construction
  • Pure Shot blade profile reduces blade deflection, improves blade control and enhances pinpoint shooting accuracy
  • Square double concave shaft dimensions for enhanced grip and handling
  • Power profile dual taper
  • Model: 1038720
  • Bauer


SHAFT FLEX AND BLADE PATTERN OPTIONS

87P92 BACKSTROM
  • SHAFT FLEX: 87
  • BLADE PATTERN: P92 BACKSTROM


Country of Origin: China

Customer Reviews

Rated 4 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good stick for the money Good stick for the money. I still prefer Warrior sticks, but the difference isn't enough for me to really worry too much about. A little heavier than I like, and there are better grip coatings out there, but still worth the money. January 24, 2013
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