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The Bauer Supreme TotalONE NXG Hockey Sticks are headlining the new 2012 Bauer Supreme line.  The TotalOne NXG stick features the Supreme Power Taper and a Amplified Mid-Kick, great for those slapshots and one-timers.  The TotalOne NXG also features a new blade using Bauer's patented Power Core 4 Blade Core and eLASTech Technology.

The TotalOne NXG stick features a amplified mid-kick using a softer upper and mid section while the lower part of the shaft is stiffer providing maximum energy output with minimum effort, great for slapshots and one-timers.  The Supreme Power Taper offers square double concave walls with a .520 taper to maximize loading with less torquing and twisting for more power and better control.  The TotalOne NXG stick uses Bauer's Monocomp Technology, a single molding process.  By removing any excess materials like over-lapping layers, resin, and foam waste, the balance of the stick is improved and the overall weight is reduced.  The TotalOne NXG stick also features TeXtreme® which an ultra lightweight but very strong carbon fiber.  It is 20% lighter than the conventional carbon but just as strong.

The TotalOne NXG features the Pure Shot Blade profile that expands the throat to increase blade rigidity resulting in a more powerful and more accurate shot.  The TotalOne NXG also features a new blade using Bauer's patented Power Core 4 Blade Core delivering great balance, power, and feel.  The Power Core 4 is reinforced with aramid fibers to provide an enhanced feel while the Aero foam provides torsional stiffness to prevent blade deflection increasing accuracy.  Bauer also used the eLASTech Technology.  A proprietary resin system reinforced with carbon nanotubes increase durability and reduce the micro-fractures, keeping the blades life and "pop life" longer.

  • Heritage: Supreme TotalONE
  • Level of Player: Ideal for the intermediate to advanced level player
  • Construction: True one-piece
  • Shaft Dimensions: Rounded Corners / Double Concavity
  • Flex Point: Mid Kick
  • Weight: 402 grams (based on PM9 curve, 87 flex)
  • Construction:
    • Lightweight TeXtreme® construction
    • Monocomp technology to eliminate the connection point between blade and shaft offer unbelievable balance and responsive feel
  • Flex Profile:
    • Supreme Power Taper 
      • The .520 power taper boost torsional stiffness to maximize loading with less torquing and twisting for better control and precision
    • Amplified Mid Kick
      • Engineered for maximum energy output with minimum effort
      • Created by using a stiffer lower shaft with a softer middle providing a stick that is easily loaded
      • Perfect for those who lean heavily into their sticks or want an effortless shot release
  • Geometry:
    • Square double concave wall
      • The square double concave taper is thicker in the hosel area to work in coordination with the mid shaft deflection during powerful shot to optimize energy transfer and keeping blade aligned for accuracy
  • Grip
    • Tac-Spiral
      • Anatomically engineered spiral tactile increases sensory connection and control of the stick
      • Paired with SUPREME's square corners and double concave shaft walls, players can get a secure gip even in the most aggressive handling and shooting situations
    • Matte finish
  • Blade:
    • Pure Shot Blade Profile
      • The optimized blade profile increase the connection point between the blade hosel transition of the stick' reducing the amount of blade deflection or twisting
      • Improved blade control from improved shot accuracy
    • Power Core 4 Blade Core
      •  Power Core 4 is unique foam reinforced with aramid fibers to absorb impact energy for increase blade 'feel' while adding blade strength
      • Aero Foam provides torsional stiffness to prevent blade deflection
    • eLASTech Technology
      • A proprietary resin system with carbon nanotube reinforcements to increase durability, reducing the spread of micro-fractures caused by slashes and puck impacts, extending a sticks "pop-life" to keep it feeling newer, longer.
  • Flex: 60 and 67 
  • Length: 57"
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Comments: Comments:great pop and accuracy is amazing. i barely have to aim to hit where i want.
From: James, Mansfield, TX

Comments: Really light, kicks hard, and has really nice graphics. One of the best sticks I have ever had.
From: Khoa, San Jose, CA

Comments: Great stick...just got it and it amazing, nice flex, real light, and it has a really good kick to it. Your shot will improve a lot with this stick. I've had it for two weeks and within the first two ice times i was completely used to the stick and my shot felt a lot harder. I got the stamkos curve...its a great curve, great for passes, saucer passes, and a low hard shots. I'm a defense-man so i take a lot of slap-shots so i like a smaller curve that i can still shoot with and this is the perfect curve for that. Overall Great stick and i would suggest this stick to anyone, its a bit pricey but just wait until there is a sale going on and you'll be good!
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Comments: One of the best sticks I have used. Great feeling of a shot coming off the stick
From: Connor

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Jr:6-123'9"-4'9"50-120 lbs.50"-54"
Int:11-164'6"-5'3"120-160 lbs.56"-57"
Senior:+14+5'6"+120 lbs.58"-63"
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