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Good priced stick? Bauer Supreme One50 stick weight

anyone know the weight of the nike bauer supreme one50 senior stick? Also im in the market for a fairly priced stick $100 is my limit, and something a one piece composite with a sakic curve or similar and no more than 475 grams in weight.

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Bauer X40 is at 100$ CAD if I'm not mistaken. It's probably the best 100$ stick out there.

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Bauer X40 is at 100$ CAD if I'm not mistaken. It's probably the best 100$ stick out there.
Agreed, great light stick for its price point, excellent for shooting. Puck feel is somewhat lacking however

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Bauer X40 is at 100$ CAD if I'm not mistaken. It's probably the best 100$ stick out there.
Almost impossible to find though, seems everyone is sold out of them.

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Almost impossible to find though, seems everyone is sold out of them.
I dunno about online, but retailers have plenty

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http://www.hockeymonkey.com/bauer-ho...-color-sr.html

Also, sorry to hijack the thread somewhat but what is a stick that has better feel than the x40 in its price range?

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http://www.hockeymonkey.com/bauer-ho...-color-sr.html

Also, sorry to hijack the thread somewhat but what is a stick that has better feel than the x40 in its price range?
Easton SC6 or SE6

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Should have mentioned that I need a stick with 75 flex. Does that rule out everything except the x40?

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There are a lot of really light sticks on clearance all around.

I saw some Bauer XXXX sticks still around for just above $100. Also saw Easton Synergy ST's for sub $100.

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Easton SC6 or SE6
The sc6 is 530g senior. I have one.


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Also saw Easton Synergy ST's for sub $100.
Whaaaaaaaat?! Online? Send me a link please!

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anyone know the weight of the nike bauer supreme one50 senior stick? Also im in the market for a fairly priced stick $100 is my limit, and something a one piece composite with a sakic curve or similar and no more than 475 grams in weight.
If you want something in that weight range for that price you are gonna have to look at closeout sticks.

I saw the One50 and wasn't really impressed with it, kind of heavy and not very well balanced.

The stick that did surprise me was the Warrior Syko. It was lighter than I expected and had decent balance. I would have bought one if they had anything close to the pattern I use....scored a Dolomite HD for $70 so it wasn't a total loss.

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There's a Vapor XXXX on eBay for $109.99 at the moment.

Not sure if I'm allowed to post the link so I won't, but just search vapor xxxx stick and you'll find it.

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There are a lot of really light sticks on clearance all around.

I saw some Bauer XXXX sticks still around for just above $100. Also saw Easton Synergy ST's for sub $100.



The sc6 is 530g senior. I have one.
My friend has the INT SC6 and its not bad..but its still INT and I use SR

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If you want something in that weight range for that price you are gonna have to look at closeout sticks.

I saw the One50 and wasn't really impressed with it, kind of heavy and not very well balanced.

The stick that did surprise me was the Warrior Syko. It was lighter than I expected and had decent balance. I would have bought one if they had anything close to the pattern I use....scored a Dolomite HD for $70 so it wasn't a total loss.
I tried the INT Syko, and while it wasnt heavy, the blade on the thing i felt was horrible, no puck feel and it feels like cardboard

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Bauer x40 is 513 grams still kinda heavy, compares to the se6 which is also heavy at 520 grams or so

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anyone ever try brooklynite sticks, any good on the ice?

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