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Coming in just steps below the One.9 is the Supreme One.7 composite stick. Just fourth from the top the One.7 is equipped with now more advanced features making this stick a must for entry to intermediate level players.Made with a premium carbon composite construction the One.7 is much lighter than the bottom of the barrel One.4. Made with Bauers famous GRIPTAC texture you wont and cant let go of this stick. Just underneath the GRIPTAC texture is the TAC-SPIRAL texture that consists of little bumps lining the stick which also allows you to keep hold of your stick. Square double concave shaft dimensions gives you the ultimate feel on the stick making puck control much easier. The Supreme power dual taper combined with a mid-kick point creates a quick release that is perfect for slap-shots and one timers.The blade of the One.7 is equipped with an Aero Foam II blade core that is wrapped with 3K carbon composite making the blade lighter and stiffer, all while also increasing puck feel. This blade is also equipped with Pure Shot blade profile, this optimized blade profile increases the connection point between the blade-hosel and the transition of the stick; reducing the amount of blade deflection, or the twisting or opening of the blade while shooting, improving blade control and pinpoint shooting accuracy.
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Hockey stick flex rating
It has been a while since I've bought hockey sticks. What is the recommended flex for an intermediate 30 yr old skater? Considering the Bauer Supreme One.7 Grip Composite Stick. 77, 87 or 102 flex
Skill Level: Intermediate
Gender: Male
Age: 30-39
Frequency: 1 time per week
asked 2 months, 1 week ago
by
Heipfam
 - US
on Supreme One.7 Grip Stick
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Flex is normally determined by weight and strength of the player.
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