Bauer Supreme 3S Grip Senior Hockey Stick

Bauer Supreme 3S Grip Senior Hockey Stick



  • Description

    The Bauer Supreme 3S Stick offers elite-level performance and weight reduction at a fraction of the price! At an incredible 435 grams (87 flex), Bauer built this stick with an optimized high-kick point that offers a blistering shot speed that is easier than ever to load!

    Upon first use, players will feel and think the 3S is a true one-piece stick thanks to the refined HP molding process. On top of this fine-tuned construction, the unidirectional carbon fiber maximizes energy transfer without jacking the price up!

    Lastly, the Max Balance blade construction with the AeroFoam I core creates a top-notch, dampened feel for the puck. This was strategically used because it helps players generate more power by keeping the puck better in contact with the blade during the shooting process.. plus it makes catching passes and stickhandling feel like a dream!

    While Bauer labels the 3S as a performance-level stick, we feel that at 435 grams with a full carbon fiber construction and the HP Molding process, the 3S falls into the elite-level category without the elite price tag.

    Level of Play Elite
    Flex Profile High Kick
    Weight 435 grams (87 flex)
    Heritage Supreme 2S /S190 / 190 / ONE.8
    Model Number 1056635
    Available Flexes 40, 50, 55, 65, 70, 77, 87

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    Construction HP Mold 1-Piece
    Materials Unidirectional Carbon Fiber
    DuraFlex Resin
    Grip Finish Tacky Grip
    Shaft Dimensions Square Corners, Straight Sidewalls
    Stick Lengths 52", 54", 57", 60"


    Kick Point Optimized High Kick
    Shot Profile Maximum Power
    Shaft Taper Standard


    Construction Max Balance
    Materials 15K Carbon and AeroFoam I Foam
    Face Texture Standard
    Available Curves P28, P88, P92 (see all curves here)


    Composite Stick 30 Days
    Contact Bauer Direct


    Sizing Chart

    We recommend choosing the flex rating that puts your specific height and weight at the middlemost point in both categories. A common rule of thumb is to select a flex rating by dividing your body weight in two and subtracting another 10-15 flex points. See the articles below for more detailed information on sizing and selecting hockey sticks.


    Size Flex Stick Length Player Height Player Weight
    JR 30 50" 4'8" - 5'4" 40 - 80 lbs
    JR 40 52" 4'8" - 5'4" 60 - 100 lbs
    JR 50 54" 4'8" - 5'4" 80 - 120 lbs
    INT 55 57" 5'2" - 5'10" 90 - 130 lbs
    INT 65 57" 5'2" - 5'10" 105 - 145 lbs
    SR 70 60" 5'5" - 6'2" 110 - 150 lbs
    SR 77 60" 5'5" - 6'2" 130 - 170 lbs
    SR 87 60" 5'5" - 6'2" 150 - 190+ lbs
    (Note: Stick length is measured from the heel's point of contact with the playing surface to the top of the shaft.)