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Bauer’s most secretive stick is finally here. The AG5NT is a limited edition low kick stick that introduces some new tech to the game of hockey: boron fibre. With the use of boron, an XE taper, and a lighter grip, the stick is also able to greatly reduce its weight all the way to a whopping 335g. At 335g, the AG5NT is currently the lightest stick on the market at the Senior price point.
With the new AG5NT stick, Bauer introduces a new material in the main construction of their limited edition low kick stick. Bauer opted for boron fibre from Specialty Materials for the AG5NT, which has been strategically applied in the construction. Boron brings increased compression strength and greater stiffness compared to carbon, which allowed Bauer to offer a quicker release with the AG5NT’s shot without sacrificing durability. Another quality you’ll notice with this stick is the weight. The result of using boron in the construction is a total weight of 335g, making the AG5NT the lightest stick on the market to date.
The low kick profile means the stick also features an XE taper, similar to the Vapor series. This oval-shaped taper design is applied to Bauer’s low kick sticks because it helps stabilize the stick on wrist shots while reducing overall weight.
The AG5NT stick is a special edition low kick hockey stick, making it similar to Bauer’s Vapor series. Low kick sticks bend closer to the hosel for a quicker release and whippier feel. The stick profile on the AG5NT is particularly unique, due to the newly introduced material and construction. Boron fibre is a bit stiffer than carbon fibre, meaning the AG5NT can offer a stronger release on the shot than other low kick sticks.
Following the theme implied in the name AG5NT, the stick takes a darker, more low-profile look without the vibrancy of some of Bauer’s other 2022 gear. The majority of the stick is black, with accents in grey and iridescent, dark key lime green along select portions of the shaft.
The grip on the AG5NT is slightly different from Bauer’s previous low kicks. It is less grippy than most sticks on the market so it can allow for quicker hand transitions, but there is still enough grip to ensure stability and control in your hand. The grip ends a bit higher than it does in other sticks, about a third of the way up the shaft.
Blade Patterns, Flex & Stick Length
The AG5NT Junior 40 Flex hockey stick is available in the following blade patterns: P28 and P92.
P92 is the best blade pattern for all-around play, with a mid-curve style. It is great at handling the puck in small spaces, including face-offs. This curve may suffer a little bit on the backhand.
P28 is a more aggressive stick pattern, often used by elite players and favoured by younger generations. This blade specializes in quick shots, but it can be a bit difficult to control. Young players will have very little problem raising the puck on the forehand with this pattern.
40 Flex (P28, P92), L/R
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