Bauer Nexus 2N Pro Grip Composite Hockey Stick - Intermediate

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Bauer Nexus 2N Pro Grip Composite Hockey Stick - Intermediate

2018 | 34028-31
Bauer Nexus 2N Pro Grip Composite Hockey Stick - Intermediate is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 24.
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The Bauer Nexus 2N Pro ice hockey stick enjoys its place at the top of the Nexus line, and rightly so. Just about every technological idea Bauer has, it seems, is included in this feature-full, mid-kick, professional-level stick. If you’re an elite player whose game benefits from the latest ideas and advancements in stick technology, the Nexus 2N Pro may be the stick for you.

  • R-Lite blade for reduced weight and improved feel
  • Advanced Carbon Layering for more carbon and increased durability
  • DuraFlex resin system for increased flexural strength and durability
  • Monocomp one-piece design for superb shaft-construction consistency
  • Sweet Spot Technology for superior mid-kick performance
  • TeXtreme 18K carbon fiber for longer pop-life and impact protection

The 2N Pro stick features three significant upgrades. The first is in the blade, with Bauer’s R-Lite system. This is Bauer’s most commonly requested professional specification. Basically, Bauer has taken the 1X blade core and added a fiber-reinforced dampening layer between the carbon fiber and the core.

The 2N Pro blade is lighter, raising the stick’s balance point. The stick weighs 12 grams less than the 1N, in large part owing to the Advanced Carbon Layering system. Another technology carry-over, the ACL is a strategic layering process Bauer devised to allow for more carbon fiber in a tighter, more compressed space. The layering helps the 2N Pro stick provide a 15 percent faster slap shot release and a 12 percent faster snap shot release over the 1N. This process also allows Bauer to use fewer layers than in the past. Durability is still excellent but the weight is reduced. And because the 2N Pro balance point is two centimeters higher than in the 1N, the stick both feels and plays that much lighter.

The shaft features Bauer’s DuraFlex resin system that’s replacing the older ElasTech material. ElasTech did a great job protecting against impacts but DuraFlex has 20 percent more flexural strength. When tension is put on the stick during shots, the DuraFlex will manage the tension that much better. So, on a mid-kick stick like the 2N Pro, pop-life will be extended and players will experience a more efficient kick. With the 2N Pro’s Sweet Spot Technology and DuraFlex resin, players still get a quick shot release, but also all the power when they need it.

The Monocomp one-piece technology is another carry-over from the 1N, as is the TeXtreme 18K construction. The Monocomp provides consistency and excellent durability because the process helps reduce defects in the shaft wall construction. The 18K TeXtreme, meanwhile, is one of the best carbon fibers available—great against impacts and for maintaining pop-life.

The blade comes in the new P92M, Bauer’s maximum blade height. Still legal, the taller blade will help players win faceoffs and corner battles, and control bouncing pucks.

And when you go into battle, you want the best weapon available. Not a bad metaphor for the Nexus 2N Pro stick. If you play at an elite level where the differences between starting and sitting the bench come down to performance fractions, you’ll need the best gear available to get you in the game. If you’re looking for the extra edge, Bauer’s Nexus 2N Pro ice hockey stick is going to help you do some damage.

Length:57 inchesLength of the product measured in inches.
Construction Material:TeXtreme ConstructionType of material the product is made of.
Kick Point Position:MidInflection point where maximum stored energy is released.
Shaft Design:Rounded Corners, Slightly Concave SidesShape of the shaft edge.
Blade Construction:ACLType of material the blade is made of.
Tapered:YesShaft width gets thinner towards the blade
Warranty:30 DaysPeriod of time the product is covered under a manufacturer's warranty.
Family:NexusThe product line within the brand.

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from It’s so light I bought this a month ago and heard some things about it breaking and it still hasent my game has improved significantly and I now lead my team in goals thanks a lot Bauer
Date published: 2019-01-12
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Great stick but breaks quickly Bought Sept 8. Great stick but broke for no apparent reason in October. ---1 month and 17 days later. Bauer would not replace. I was hoping would be more durable than N1. Seems less!
Date published: 2018-10-25
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Great feel with the Puck/Breaks Easily My son lovers this stick, but 2 have broke in as many months from catching passes in practice and the hockey season hasn't started yet. I would not recommend this stick.
Date published: 2018-10-02
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Durability poor Have been buying these for my high school son and he snapped two in three weeks. Daughter who is all of 110 pounds broke her blade tonight after 42 days. Great pop and feel with the stick, but hard to stomach the cost for a twig.
Date published: 2019-02-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing stick I got this stick coming from a Sherwood Rekker EK365, the lightest stick in the world, (production), and it felt great. I would recommend this stick to anyone.
Date published: 2018-10-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Seems good! A kid on my team got one the night before a tournament, he brought it with him and it broke in the first game he had it. A guy absolutely lumberjacked it. He got a new one and one from the warranty and he's been sniping with them. Tried the stick from a different teammate and it's a great stick. Great release and a hard pop when shooting.
Date published: 2019-02-21
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Breaks very easily I bought this stick in mif November and it broke after about 2 weeks. I went and got the warranty stick which broke after about 3 uses from getting checked and because the warranty is only one time I was not able to get a new one
Date published: 2018-12-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great feel The new Bauer 2N pro, is the best Bauer stick i have ever had!
Date published: 2018-08-15
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For a guy thats 5'11" and between 154-157 pounds, what kind of flex would you recommend? I've been using an 85 flex with my warrior which I like for the extra durability as I'm not flush with cash, but could I benefit from the 77 flex?

Asked by: guy123
Finding the perfect flex takes trial and error but it really does come down to personal preference at the end of the day. I would think you should be in a stick with a 70-77 flex but if you feel most comfortable and confident with an 85 flex I would suggest going with that. I wish there was a way to tell you with 100% confirmation what flex you should be but as a player myself I know it's not that simple. Thanks!
Answered by: Tyler R
Date published: 2019-05-03

How much does the stick weigh? (It would be great if this information was always included in the featues section for every stick on your site)

Asked by: Leggo13
This stick weights 410 grams. Thanks!
Answered by: Tyler R
Date published: 2018-12-22

I want the P92 in a lie 5, not 6. I don't see any options to select the 5 lie

Asked by: B92M
At this point in time I do not see that we have any P92 lie 5(P92L) curves in this stick. If and when some are available to our customers it will be an option to choose online. Thanks!
Answered by: Tyler R
Date published: 2018-10-05

Im 5'8 and i only weigh 133 lbs. I like a lower flex, but im not sure if an intermediate will last in u18. Is it better for me to get a senior stick, or an intermediate one with an extension?

Asked by: 1_Jones_14x
it would be player preference when it comes to stick selection , but you may be better off going with a Senior stick with a lower flex in the 70's . The Senior 2N's are 60 " in length ....With every inch you increase due to a extension , you add about 10 lbs of flex ....
Answered by: fred
Date published: 2018-08-27

What is the difference between p92 and p92m

Asked by: Dorts29
The P92M is a max height blade. It will feature the same curve as the P92 but will be at the max height a blade is allowed by NHL rules.
Answered by: DustinK
Date published: 2019-01-22
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