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The Bauer Supreme 7500 Goalie Stick is durable and fairly lightweight allowing a goalie to have great mobility while holding up to constant abuse.

The Bauer 7500 goal stick is manufactured with a foam core that helps keep the stick rigid while dampening vibrations from the puck. The handle is made from Aspen wood, helping balance out the paddle and blade. Bauer designed the paddle and blade to have a stiff construction giving the stick overall durability. The foam core paddle and blade are wrapped in a glass exterior providing stiffness and strength.

The Bauer 7500 is a great overall stick that performs well overtime without the high end cost.

  • Model Number: 1041554
  • Heritage: Bauer Supreme 7500
  • Level of Player: (Senior)
    • Roller: Up to Professional
    • Ice: Up to Advanced
  • Sizing Guidelines:
    • Regular = Stick used in the Right hand
    • Full Right = Stick used in the Left hand
  • Construction:
    • Laminated Aspen wood core shaft
      • Balances the stick
      • Adds stiffness and durability
    • Foam core paddle and blade
      • Dampens vibrations
      • Keeps the stick lightweight
    • Fiberglass wrapped paddle and blade
      • Adds durability and stiffness
  • Shaft:
    • Laminated Aspen wood
  • Paddle:
    • Foam core
    • Fiberglass exterior wrap
  • Blade:
    • Foam core
    • Fiberglass exterior wrap
  • Grip:
    • Traditional squared sides with rounded edges
    • Wood painted
  • Weight: 
    • 885 Grams (Based on a 26.5" paddle)
  • Paddle Sizing Guidelines:
    • Bauer Measurement = Universal Measurement
    • 26.5" = 26.5"
    • 27.5" = 27.5"
    • Universal Measurement is taken from the top of the handle to the first point of contact with the playing surface (heel).
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