Bauer Vapor X:Lite Pro Intermediate Hockey Stick - 2013

Bauer Vapor X:Lite Pro Intermediate Hockey Stick - 2013

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Bauer Vapor X:Lite Pro Intermediate Hockey Stick - 2013

  • Low Kick technology
  • PU blade core with Carbon Weave Construction
  • Pro blade profile
  • Micro Feel II shaft dimension
  • Double concave walls
  • 0.470" premium taper
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Bauer Vapor X:Lite Pro Intermediate Hockey Stick - 2013
$59.99
4 Stars based on 2 Review(s)
justin
NY NY
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

awesome stick
March 16, 2014
this stick is awesome for jr players that have a jr stick. if you need an intermediate stick get this one. also,this stick is such a low price i reccomend this stick to those of you who need it

sharpie10
4 Stars

x lite pro
August 10, 2012
Its a great stick but the only downside is theres no griptac. I reccomend this stick!!!!



By Noah B from Conshohocken, PA on November 5, 2013
What is the length of this stick?
By Jeremiah at HockeyGiant.com on November 5, 2013

Answer:
57"

By Buddy from Washington, DC on June 6, 2013
How does this stick compare versus a stick, like, say a Warrior Mojo or EQ40?
By Jeremiah at HockeyGiant.com on June 7, 2013

Answer:
The Mojo and EQ40 would be a step above the X:Lite Pro. It's more comparable to the EQ20 / EQ30 or Vapor X 3.0 / X 4.0.

By Juistin from NY,NY on March 16, 2014
how lite is this stick??

By Customer Service on March 17, 2014

Answer:
It's approximately 510 - 520 grams.

By Jack from Glenview, Illinois on May 25, 2014
Would this stick suit someone who is 5 foot 4.5
By Customer Service on May 30, 2014

Answer:
Yes, at that height, Intermediate sticks are the right choice.

By Eric Schnure from Washington, DC on August 28, 2014
I have two questions -- I'm an adult, 5'6", 155lbs. Are there significant differences between an intermediate Bauer stick with 75 flex and an adult stick with 77 flex?

Also, how does this stick compare to the Bauer Supreme ONE30 Limited Edition Int stick? Or for that matter, the One.4?

Thank you very much.
By Customer Service on September 2, 2014

Answer:
The main difference is that the Senior 77 Flex will be 3 Inches longer than the Intermediate 75 Flex. This means that you'll likely need to cut down the Senior stick in order to bring it down to your size, which will cause the shaft to become stiffer (approximately 85 - 90 Flex). At your size, the Intermediate stick would likely be the better choice because it will give you a more appropriate flex.

By Andrew from New Hampshire on October 15, 2014
What sizes are the intermediate compared to senior? If i am 5'10" which one should I get?
By Customer Service on October 16, 2014

Answer:
At 5'10", you should likely be using a Senior Stick. Senior Sticks are 60" and Intermediate Sticks are 57". The other spec to take into account is the flex rating. The general rule is to take your weight in pounds and divide it by 2. So if you weight 150 lbs, a 75 Flex stick would be the right choice.

With that in mind, you'll likely have to cut a Senior Stick down by 1 or 2 inches. With every inch you cut off, it adds about 5 flex points to the rating, meaning the shaft gets stiffer as you cut it down. So, with that information in mind, at 5'10", if you purchase a senior 75 Flex Stick and cut it down by 1", it will then become an 80 Flex Stick. If your weight is approximately 160 lbs, then it will be a good fit for you.

Hopefully that all makes sense. Please let us know if there's anything else you need.

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