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RX6 Composite Goal Stick

The RX6 composite goalie stick is Bauer's updated version of the popular Vapor X:40 goalie stick, with updated graphics. As with all of the sticks in the RX line, the RX6 was designed with mobility and playability in mind. Active goaltenders who need a maneuverable stick, and who like the play the puck, will enjoy the RX6.The shaft of the RX6 is designed using Bauer's Double Concave Geometry - a design that features concave sidewalls, a flat top and bottom, and rounded corners for a comfortable, secure grip. The paddle of the RX6 features Bauer's Asymetric Paddle Geometry - a flat-faced design on the puck facing side, which has two important benefits. First, the flat surface increases rebound control, as a the trajectory of a puck that is played off of a flat face is easier to control than the trajectory of a puck played off of a paddle with a curved surface. Second, due to the fact that less material is used in creating a flat faced paddle, the stick is lighter than similiar, traditionally designed composites. The paddle and blade are made of fiberglass which has been injected with a polyurethane core to reduce weight and dampen vibrations.The RX6 comes in two colors: white/black/gray and white/orange/black.
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Questions & Answers for Bauer RX6 Composite Goal Stick

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Does this stick have a grip zone on the shoulder?
Like the vapor model did?
Skill Level: Intermediate
Gender: Male
Frequency: 2-5 times per week
asked 2 years, 6 months ago
by
Anonymous
on RX6 Composite Goal Stick
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answer 1
No - the RX6 does not have a grip zone on the shoulder. It has the same graphics on the shoulder that the RX8 and RX10 have, but they have no grip material on them.
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answered 2 years, 6 months ago
by
MBruins
Question
when it says regular on the hand selection does that mean its a left handed stick?
asked 1 year, 10 months ago
by
hockeyplayer2
on RX6 Composite Goal Stick
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answer 1
"Regular" refers to a stick held in the right hand with a left handed blade curve.
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answered 1 year, 10 months ago
by
MBruins
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