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Bauer's Supreme stick line has been engineered to boost energy output making it ideal for the player that is primarily looking for strength and power in their shot. The mid-kick flex profile is softer in the middle, which makes it easier to load in that zone. The Supreme power dual taper makes for a stiffer bottom portion of the shaft which in conjunction with the Pure Shot Blade profile, an expanded throat design as you transition from shaft to blade, provides torsional stiffness in such a way that reduces the likelihood of twisting and torquing of the blade. Strength and power meet precision and control in the Bauer Supreme 190 stick.
Unlike the higher end Supreme MX3, which is a true one-piece stick, the Supreme 190 uses a more traditional fused construction. In the shaft of the stick, you will find that Bauer has used a premium lightweight 12k woven carbon fiber. 12k carbon is even better at managing stress than 3k woven carbon fiber, which has been used in high end composite sticks for years. The Supreme line of sticks have a square shaft shape with double-concave walls which is preferred among pros. Enhancing the nice secure grip provided from the shape is the MX3 Tac-Spiral ridges on the underside of the shaft. The 190 is only available in the senior model but has two finishes to choose from: matte or Griptac.
The blade core construction of the Supreme 190 is quite similar to that of the MX3. It uses Power Sense 2 - a combination of Power Sense core, Aero Foam 3 and SENSE material along the bottom edge of the blade. This blade construction reduces overall blade weight while improving overall stick balance and increasing blade durability where you need it most. The inclusion of SENSE material in this stick is a nice upgrade, considering that it is only found in Bauer's highest models in the MX3, Nexus 8000 and Vapor APX2. In addition to added blade durability, SENSE material is excellent at absorbing energy which translates to improved feel. The outermost wrap of the blade is the same 12k woven carbon fiber that is used in the shaft plus you will also find a bit of texture to the outer coating of the blade - an elite-level feature that provides improved puck feel with pass reception.
The Bauer Supreme 190 is a very high performance stick with several features and construction that can also be found in the flagship MX3 stick. Given its performance attributes and enhancements in durability, this is an elite-level stick with excellent value. Definitely worth a look.
|Player Profile||Created for players who need a stick that delivers punishing one-timers and powerful slapshots.|
|Kick Point / Flex Profile||Mid kick point|
|Shaft Construction||Premium lightweight 12k Carbon Fiber and Fiberglass with Fused construction - traditional tenon and hosel joint|
|Shaft Geometry|| |
|Shaft Coating||Griptac or Matte|
|Shaft Taper||Supreme Power dual taper|
|Blade Core|| |
|Blade Wrap||Premium lightweight 12k Carbon Fiber|
|Blade Coating||Matte finish with texture|
|Stick Used for Measurement|| |
|*Average Weight (gm)||Pending Product Arrival|
|*Average Weight (oz)||Pending Product Arrival|
|Actual length (in)|| |
*Stick weights and lengths are determined using like flexes and patterns from each brand (mid curve, round toe, open face).
Did not withstand a 14 year old's AA hockey game! The replacement stick broke after used in 2nd game after receiving it and was not able to receive a replacement due to "Policy". The explanation I was given the warranty department was "We are sorry to hear that your replacement stick has broken however, due to the aggressive nature of the game, there is really no telling what can happen, it really depends on what goes on in the game" she goes on to say how the breakage could have been contributed by game conditions, or related to the flex that is being used is not best suited for to the type of shots being taken with that model" it's a 14 year old boy using the stick! Does he have to change sticks just before he decides what shot he is going to take? How ridiculous. That explanation should go down on the top 10 worst! That tells me that it is made for children. Maybe it should be under the category of "Not to be used in ice hockey games" "Only to be used by children under 10!" I spent over $200 for a worthless stick.Review by Angry Mom (Posted on 7/24/2016)
BAUER Hockey, Inc. will provide a one-time replacement of your composite stick/shaft/replacement blade, IF BROKEN DUE TO A MANUFACTURING DEFECT within 30 days from the date of purchase. You must return your stick/shaft/replacement blade to BAUER within 14 days from the date the return was created. You must send, at your expense, the product along with the serial number sticker. Please note that, upon examination of returned stick/shaft/replacement blade, if BAUER Hockey determines that there is a manufacturing defect, they will ship the same or equivalent model stick/shaft/replacement blade to the address you provide. BAUER must have a full mailing address; BAUER cannot ship to P.O. box numbers. Visa, MasterCard or bank statements are not accepted as receipts. Receipts must have the store name and address on them.
The warranty policy does not cover any breakages due to misuse or abuse. This policy does not cover wood sticks/shafts/replacement blades, pro stock sticks, or sticks sold by BAUER Hockey's Team Sales Group. For those products, BAUER will not repair the stick/shaft/replacement blade or refund your money. BAUER will not return ship any broken sticks/shafts/replacement blades.
If you believe your stick/shaft/blade meets this criteria, please proceed to http://www.bauer.com/warranty