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Bauer Vapor Hyperlite Grip Composite Hockey Stick - Senior

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Bauer Vapor Hyperlite Grip Composite Hockey Stick - Senior

Bauer Vapor Hyperlite Grip Composite Hockey Stick - Senior is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 36.
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The Bauer Vapor Hyperlite ice hockey stick is built for pure performance, offering a lightweight feel and quick release. Players who want an elite stick to help take their game to the next level will love what the new top-of-the-line Vapor model has to offer.

  • Low-kick point for the ultimate quick release
  • XE Taper Technology for improved stability 
  • Asymmetrical TeXtreme shaft construction for elite performance
  • HyperCore Blade Core for more durability and blade pop
  • Duraflex Resin System found in the shaft for flexibility and durability

When purchasing a new hockey stick, there are many factors to consider to ensure you get the best model for your level and style of play. To start, it is important to focus on kick point. Finding the right kick point for your game will help take your shot, and your overall on-ice performance, to the next level. If you’re unsure which kick point suits you best, or you’re looking for an accurate assessment, visit your local Pure Hockey.

Bauer enhances the Vapor Hyperlite stick by taking what made the Flylite stick so successful and adding some new features and technologies for the best Vapor feel ever brought to market. The Vapor line is comprised of low-kick point sticks, built for players who take quick-motion shots, mostly shoot close to the net, and prefer release speed over power.

One of the new features is the weight of the stick. Bauer was able to reduce the Senior stick weight by 5 grams while focusing on improving the balance point and overall feel of the stick. Bauer also improved the weight or balance across all segments, with the 55 & 65 flex coming in at 15 grams lighter vs the Flylite and the 40-flex coming in at 28 grams lighter. 

The XE taper, which is passed down from the Flylite is a taper design that uses a unique elliptical geometry with a thinner construction and more rounded edges. These features help to decrease the weight of the stick while increasing your release speed. This design also helps stabilize the blade when taking one-timers or hard shots.

Moving up the stick, Bauer includes their Asymmetrical TeXtreme shaft technology. This trusted material is lightweight and responsive with a more rectangular shape allowing energy to move fluidly down the stick when shooting. This technology also offers you a balanced feel for high performance. The DuraFlex resin system increases the entire shaft’s durability and flexural strength. With these benefits, you can lean heavily into shots for a balanced and powerful feel to complement your quick release.

The Vapor Hyperlite features Advanced Carbon Layering, or ACL technology, in both the shaft and blade. By using this high-end material throughout the stick, Bauer ensures the blade and shaft construction are both built to provide a lightweight and balanced feel. ACL works by using stronger, thinner internal carbon fiber layers, increasing the strength of the stick without adding unwanted weight.

Another improvement to the blade in the Hyperlite stick is the HyperCore Blade Core with carbon fiber which helps to improve release speed and durability by 20%. 

Bauer combines some of their most trusted features with new, high-end technologies to offer an elite-level stick built for the pros. The Bauer Vapor Hyperlite is a great option for any player who loved the Flylite but is looking for something lighter, quicker, stronger and with better feel. 


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Weight:385gWeight of the product measured in grams.
Length:60"Length of the product measured in inches.
Measured Product:60" 87 FlexThe specifications of the product used to measure weight and length.
Construction Material:DuraFlex ResinType of material the product is made of.
Kick Point Position:LowInflection point where maximum stored energy is released.
Shaft Design:Asymmetrical TeXtremeShape of the shaft edge.
Blade Construction:HyperCore Blade CoreType of material the blade is made of.
Tapered:XE TaperShaft width gets thinner towards the blade
Warranty:30 DaysPeriod of time the product is covered under a manufacturer's warranty.
Family:VaporThe product line within the brand.

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Rated 1 out of 5 by from 1 tournament, 2 practices broken stick We were hopeful that the new Bauer $300 sticks were durable, my 130lbs skater with a clean history of taking good care of his sticks broke this after less than 2 weeks of use. His friend purchased the same stick and his broke after 3 weeks of use... not good signs for a new product. No warranty on the replacement so we will see. Bauer needs to stop looking to take weight out of their top of the line products and focus on quality. 2X Pro breezers and gloves last just a few months before components fail. And lets not ignore price points... last years 2X Pro skates were $1,000... now the Hyperlites are $100 more with carbonlite blades... Bauer is owned by a VC firm... when is enough profit enough?
Date published: 2021-08-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best stick in the market Feels great feels better than the fly light and seems like in wont brake used it 5 times alrwsdy just don’t Reccond slap shots best stick I had in awile
Date published: 2021-07-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The weight feels very balanced on the stick I got this stick about a week after it was released and have been using it for a couple weeks now. My last 10 sticks were all ccm and this is the first Bauer stick I've used in years but it feels very familiar and durable.
Date published: 2021-08-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Light stick solid structure Had this stuck 1 week, already had some rough moments in game with it. It took it like a champ! Gave it a couple hard clappers, seems just like new. Very sturdy very light
Date published: 2021-08-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Hyperlite fan Stick feels great while stickhandling and great pop. So far one of my favorites.
Date published: 2021-08-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Stick Ever!!!!! Love the way the blade core helps pucks fly off the blade, it has an epic release and you don’t lose any power by going to a low kick LOVE this stick
Date published: 2021-09-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very reliable In the present day, shopping for hockey gear can be very difficult. Certain things may not be comfortable, fit properly, or have the correct color to match your team colors. It comes very easy to get the right hockey stick with the new bauer hyper lite because it is extremely customizable, very durable, and it is built with a very fast release timing and lightness. The bauer hyperlite hockey stick has a lot of options when it comes to how the stick works. It has eleven different options when it comes to the flex of your hockey stick. The flex is how far and how quick can your hockey stick bend before it snaps. People figure out their flex by having it a little less than half their weight. Majority of the top high school players in Wisconsin are 160lbs. and use a 65 to 77 flex. The flexs are 30, 40, 50, 55, 65, 70, 77, 87, and 102. There are 4 options for deciding how the puck comes off of the stick. The curve of the stick dictates in which way the puck flies off of the stick. There are three different hand side types for the stick, righty, lefty, and flat which is very uncommon for anyone to use over the age of 6. Hyperlites have been released for almost two months and I have been playing a lot of hockey with this stick and it has barely been damaged. The stick is very well put together and compact which makes it more durable to slap shots, deflecting a puck, and getting slashed. Compared to the most similar stick, the ccm trigger 5 pro, the hyperlite lasts much longer. I broke 3 trigger 5 pros in 40 days while playing at a lower level of hockey. In the last month while playing at upper highschool level, the hyperlite barely has a scratch. All of the senior sized hockey sticks, 70 flex and up, weigh 385 grams, while the 50, 55, 65, flex weigh 325 grams. The competitors of the hyperlite all weigh over 500 grams. The weight of the hockey stick is extremely important because it dictates how quickly you can move around your stick, pass, shoot, and control the puck. With the ability to have a light and durable stick, the quick release technology becomes even more noticeable. Quick release is how quick the puck can move off the stick when held flat with no presser of the stick. The technology makes the stick pop back straight, instead of being bent by the force off the puck. The stick pops back in less than .4 seconds when taking resistance from a puck travelling 75 mph which is extremely quick. Meanwhile, the trigger 5 takes over 1.2 seconds to straighten while taking a 75 mph puck. The Bauer Hyperlite is very durable, lightweight, reliable, and very customizable. The hyperlite is the most universal stick and it is an amazing option for any type of player. Overall, there are no flaws to the stick and it is the best stick on the market at the moment.
Date published: 2021-09-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from What a great stick I bought this stick last week the curve on the stick is soo nice and the stick is so balanced and im 123 pounds its such a nice stick i love it
Date published: 2021-08-25
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How do I get the Bauer hyper lite stick longer than 60” so I don’t need to put extension in 

Asked by: Corey32
You will want to look at the custom Hyperlite sticks we offer on our site. That's the only way to get a Hyperlite that can come in a 64" unless you wanted to add an end plug but it sounds like you want to avoid that. Thanks!
Answered by: Tyler R
Date published: 2021-09-11
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