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Gear Fusion 150S Hockey Stick
  • GEAR Fusion 150S Hockey Stick (Gear Fusion 150S Hockey Stick)
  • GEAR Fusion 150S Hockey Stick (Gear Fusion 150S Hockey Stick)
  • GEAR Fusion 150S Hockey Stick (Gear Fusion 150S Hockey Stick)
  • GEAR Fusion 150S Hockey Stick (Gear Fusion 150S Hockey Stick)
  • GEAR Fusion 150S Hockey Stick (Gear Fusion 150S Hockey Stick)
  • GEAR Fusion 150S Hockey Stick (Gear Fusion 150S Hockey Stick)

Gear Fusion 150S Hockey Stick

27651-31
[Intermediate]
Fusion 150S Stick is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
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Fusion 150S Stick Specs

  • Carbon Composite Construction
  • Square Corner Shaft Geometry
  • Mid-Kick Flex Profile – Similar to TotalOne NXG
  • Fine-tuned balance point
  • Shaft Finish: Non-Grip Soft Touch (Velvet Matte)
  • Blade Finish: Sand texture
  • Weight: (Approx.) 420g
  • Length: 61"

Stick Technology

  • Axenic Technology
    The word Axenic means "free from contamination." A new manufacturing process to seamlessly co-mold the shaft and blade of a Hockey stick.
    Axenic technology removes the traditional joint and stress riser (or contaminant) from the slash zone and at the same time:
    • Removes unnecessary weight from tip section for improved balance and better feel
    • Increases durability and the feel of the stick
    • Allows shaft and blade to work as a unit for better feedback

  • SmartPly Technology
    High Pressure Manufacturing
    • Produces consistent wall thickness and limited resin loss for a more durable and consistent.
    • Carbon weave exterior for added strength, durability and resistance to cuts and abrasions
    • Inner layers used to control torsional stiffness for better feel and stick control
    • Material used for added impact strength and dimensional stability
    • Undirectional material controls stick stiffness/flex
  • SmartFlex Technology
    Graduated flex profile for optimal performance and feel in all game situations.
    • Softer flex in the butt end section adds leverage/zip on wrist shots and increases feel for better stickhandling control, passing and pass reception.
    • Stiffer tip section allows for stability and accuracy when taking slap shots and face-offs
  • Active Bond Technology
    Have you ever had that stick or blade that when you first get it has great pop and a super feel only to have it go dead after a short period of time? Active Bond Technology addresses that issue head-on.
    This technology maintains blade stiffness over a longer period of time compared to other blades/sticks in the market place, which means you have the pop and great feel longer than products without it. This is accomplished by:
    • Incorporating a 100% carbon fiber rib that connects the front face and the back face of the blade
    • Allowing the front and back surfaces to move and work in the same manner during impact situations
    • Use of a unique foam core technology with high impact strength that won't break down over time

Blade Patterns (See Blade Chart tab for more information)

  • G98 Pacholka - Similar to: Bauer P88 Kane - Reebok P40 Perron/Hedman - Warrior W88 Zetterberg - Easton E7/P7 Iginla
  • G45 Shattuck - Similar to: Bauer PM9 Stamkos - Reebok P42 Duchene - Warrior W01 Burrows - Easton E4/P4 Cammalleri
  • G13 Gabriel - Similar to: Bauer P92 Backstrom - Reebok P87A Crosby - Warrior W03 Henrique/Kopitar - Easton E3/P3 Hall
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I'm Sold I found this item when it was on sale and decided to give it a go. I had been using a combination of Warrior and Bauer sticks, still trying to find what I liked best (including with blade patterns). I absolutely love this stick. I got it in the G28 pattern (similar to the Yakupov/E28 curves) and it's awesome. The stick is really lightweight, even compared to a pretty-light Warrior DT2 Covert I had used just prior to this (and now use as my backup). Even with that, it still feels really sturdy and I'm not worried about the stick being too easy to break. I've been using it about two months now, and there is some minor chipping near the bottom of the shaft (I guess I play against a lot of slashers), but it's holding up nicely. The stick feels a little different texture-wise to the touch (I have the non-grip stick) than the Bauer/Warrior sticks I've used, particularly the blade, like it's missing a coat of finish over the paint, but that does not affect performance in any way and it doesn't feel any different when I have my gloves on, so it's not really an issue at all. The warranty hasn't come into play (yet), but with HockeyGiant being the manufacturer as well as the retailer, that's got to make things easier than buying a stick through what is essentially a third party. Only complaint I'd have (if any) is that the sticks only come in a Lie 5 (I could really use a Lie 4), but that's more an overall issue with stick manufacturers than this stick. I only hope that the stick is on sale again by time I need a new one, because I'm hooked on this thing.
Date published: 2015-02-27
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What is the stick's lie for the G98 curve?
Asked by: Anthony_5647
It would have a lie 5.
Answered by: Tommy @ HockeyGiant.com_5737
Date published: 2017-04-12
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