Bauer Supreme TotalOne Stick Review
The new King of the hill in Bauer's line up of Supreme hockey sticks is the Bauer Supreme TotalOne hockey stick.
The Bauer TotalOne stick amps up the famous Bauer One95 stick with incredible feel and more power. This stick is a slap shot machine - perfect for one-timers.
The TotalOne has an extremely low strength to weight ratio. The flex point has been moved up to the middle of the stick to add more power to your slap shot. It's built as a single piece using mono-comp design for a very balanced, responsive feel for the puck.
Like all Supreme sticks, the TotalOne features a shaft with double-concave wall with squared off corners. (Take a look at the Vapor series if you prefer more rounded off corners.) Half way down the Totalone stick you'll notice a series of bumps on the corners designed to fit how your hand wraps around the stick that Bauer calls 'Tac-Spiral'. This textured portion of the shaft gives you a better grip for your lower hand and more control over the stick. Very comfortable.
Bauer has also introduced the Pure Shot Blade profile that expands the throat to increase blade rigidity resulting in a more powerful and more accurate shot.
The TotalOne hockey stick also features a new core utilizing the Aero Foam II for stability and feel while the Power Core 3 offers a lighter weight for a better balanced stick. Bauer has also used aramid fibers in the foam cores to increase strength and vibration dampening. The TeXtreme® carbon used on the total one stick offers the ultimate balance between strength and weight.
- Flex: 77, 87, and 102
- Length: 60"
- Weight: 433 grams (based on 87 flex)