Bauer Vapor APX Griptac Junior Hockey Stick

Bauer Vapor APX Griptac Junior Hockey Stick

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Bauer Vapor APX Griptac Junior Hockey Stick

  • Patented Dual Density Blade Core
  • Intelli-Sense shot technology
  • Monocomp Technology
  • Pure Shot Blade Profile
  • Lightweight TeXtreme® construction
  • Micro Feel II shaft dimension
  • Double concave walls
  • VAPOR premium dual taper
  • GRIPTAC grip application
  • Stick Weight (Approx.): 335g
  • Stick Length: 50"

Manufacturer Model Number: 1038117, 1038525

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Bauer Vapor APX Griptac Junior Hockey Stick
$84.98
5 Stars based on 2 Review(s)
Vince
New Jersey
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Awesome stick!
November 28, 2014
First high end purchase for a young hockey player. Didn't think it would make a difference at the junior level . . . I was wrong. Awesome stick, well constructed and durable for such a light stick.
Pros:
Light, balanced, durable

smitty
5 Stars

apx
September 26, 2011
thumbs up!



By Rick from indianapolis on October 30, 2014
what is the maximum length a stick should be to a skater?

By Customer Service on October 31, 2014

Answer:
Generally speaking, while wearing skates, if you stand the stick upright on its toe, the top of the shaft should come up somewhere between your collar bone and the tip of your nose. Of course, personal preference must be accounted for, but it's safe to say that at least 90% of players use a stick within that height range.

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