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The Bauer Vapor APX shaft features Bauer's Intelli-sense shot technology for more optimal shot performance and has the ability to adjust to deliver a perfect shot every time. The APX shaft also features Bauer's patented lightweight TeXtreme® construction which increases the strength and decreases the weight. This is the premier Bauer Vapor shaft that fits tapered blades. Shaft length 54", available in 77, 87, and 102 flex

  • Heritage: New
  • Level of Player: Ideal for the advance to pro level of player
  • Shaft Style: Tapered
  • Shaft Dimensions: Rounded corners/Double concavity
  • Flex Point: Low kick
  • Blade Compatibility: Tapered blades
  • Weight: 320 grams (based on 87 flex shaft)


  • Construction:
    • Lightweight TeXtreme® construction
  • Flex Profile:
    • Intelli-sense shot technology
      • The flex profile of the shaft can now sense the type of shot based on the positioning of the player's hands.  This results in maximized loading for optimal shot performance on wrist or slap shots.
  • Geometry:
    • Micro Feel II shaft dimension - low kick response
      • Rounded corners with double concave sidewalls - Contoured shaft design allows for a more anatomical, powerful grip
    • 0.520" Thin taper system
  • Grip:
    • Standard finish - Non-grip
  • Flex:
    • 77, 87, 102
  • Shaft Length:
    • 54"

Comments: Big fan of this Shaft.  As a D-Man, I break a lot of Blades and have been historically very hard on sticks.  Using a OPS was an
expensive habit for me.  Tried the S19 Shaft first and hated it... heavy and mushy feeling.  Talked to the Bauer Rep at a Tournament and he recommended the APX shaft/blade combo.  They work great, fairly durable plenty of snap for Wrist and Snap shots and the Slapshot is ok.  
From: Mike, CO

Comments: This started out as my street hockey shaft. Worked great for that purpose, but switching to ice use has been a better transition. Love the rounded handle. Gives a nice solid feel as you are able to feel where the puck is on your blade without looking. Down side to Bauer shafts is the fit of blades. I always need to put a strip of tape on the blade to provide a snug fit even if I'm using a Bauer blade. Seems to be the lightest shaft on the market. Can't go wrong with it.
From: Eric

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