Bauer Vapor X70 Stick Review 2019
5 (100%) 2 vote[s]

In this review, we are going to talk about the Bauer Vapor X70 hockey stick. Looking at its shaft dimensions, these are the Signature Vapor micro field shaft dimensions with nice deep double concave sidewalls rounded corners. The overall size of it is a little bit smaller than the rest of the Bauer Vapor line so it is a nice contour and hold on the shaft.

Bauer Vapor X70 Stick

Design

The Bauer Vapor X70 stick features a 2-piece design so it has a really solid feel. Especially with the fiberglass and carbon blend that they use throughout the shaft in the blade, it has a really nice solid feel. It is not too much tangy like some of the other sticks on the market.

Tapper

Now into the taper, you can see it is nice and consistent all the way into the blade a little bit different than the rest of the series of Vapors but it is a bit more of a traditional low kick point perfect for those wrists and snapshots for a quick release.

Blade

This Bauer Vapor stick has very traditional PU blade core with single support coming through the middle and a nice traditional foam through the core of it. Therefore, it is out for a really nice puck to feel. This is also durable and fairly stiff too. so you will have some good accuracy out in your shots too.

Overall Look & Feel

We really like its matte graphics very similar to the Vapor APX2 stick but as far as the feel goes, this is the entry-level model so you got to keep that in mind. If you are looking for a stick with a quick shot release, it is the perfect selection for you that is more durable and long lasting. Simply, you will definitely like this twig.

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