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So I am sitting here by the Bridgestone arena, wondering about my first hockey stick. I remember it was a frustrating process because I kept running into so many options that it became a little overwhelming.
Even though I have now been playing for over 12 years, everyone knows there is a big difference between a good stick and a great stick.
The cost of top hockey sticks can be daunting thing to look at because they can reach all the way up to $300.
So, I decided to sit down and do some research with my fellow hockey players to see what the best options on the market are. In this article, I am going to try and give you an ultimate breakdown of purchasing a hockey stick and I’ll share with you later in the post the top ten hockey sticks after testing over 27 sticks from major brands.
But first, let’s talk about some common questions that we get asked by adults and kids about hockey sticks which I think will be good for you to be aware of before buying a new one. Here’s what we will cover:
Wooden Hockey Sticks vs Composite
Player’s and especially new players are always wondering what’s the difference between wooden and composite. Is wood just as good? What’s the better deal? The answer is this, Composite is far superior to wood. The one simple reason for this, is that the composite is way lighter. Now don’t get me wrong, there are plenty of uses for wooden hockey sticks, just not on the ice. You can work up your arm strength with wood and composite doesn’t last long on concrete, that’s why you want to go with wood in street hockey. We have reviewed wooden hockey sticks before on this blog, you can check it out here at CCM 252 Heat Wood Stick Review.
What To Look For In A Hockey Stick?
Knowing yourself and your style of play is very important when choosing any product. This is why you see the pros have specialized sticks customized to their exact liking to bring out maximum puck control and shot accuracy. You may not be able to get a customized stick named after you, but what you can do is know yourself and match the right aspects of a stick to that. There are 4 things when it comes to getting a stick to match your style of play and that’s Flex, length, Blade curve, and the Lie.
What Flex To Use In The Shaft?
We have made a post here on finding the right flex in your stick but didn’t go into much depth on how to use it. So here we will go more in depth.
Step 1: Take your weight
Step 2: Measure your height
Step 3: Look for your measurements in the chart and link them up
The reason this is so important is because when taking a shot, you want your stick doing a lot of the work for you. You want to use the leverage of the stick when taking a snap shot because it will increase the speed dramatically. Before composite sticks were a thing, the speed of a slap shot was a lot slower than they are today. Shea Weber wouldn’t be hitting over 100 mph if it wasn’t for the leverage he gets from his stick. Also, you want that balance especially if you’re a forward for those snap and wrist shots. Getting the right flex in your stick could mean the difference between scoring that goal or not.
The Length Of Your Stick
The length of your stick is based around a few things; your height, stance, and balancing shots with stick handling. I had a lot of trouble with this early on in hockey before I realized you can cut your stick! Buying your stick longer is always the best way to go so you can get it cut to your needs. You can cut it with your own saw or take it to a professional if you don’t have one. Before getting it cut though, you need to figure exactly what height it needs to be. We have a graph here that will help you achieve that.
So basically, how this works is you take your height and put it into the graph and it will tell you exactly how many inches it needs to be. Now its okay to get it a little taller or lower than what the graph says. Say you’re really tall but you play crouched a lot, you would want to go with cutting your stick a little shorter. In contrast, if you are shorter in height but your style is playing standing, then you would want to go with cutting it taller. Also, another thing to consider is when you get in those tight positions when your battling against the wall, you’re going to need to be able to dig that puck out and a longer stick can just get in the way. It’s all about how much control you have and how you can manipulate the puck.
Blade Curve Pattern
When it comes to the curve of your blade, it will take some testing on your own, but we are committed to helping you the best we can. Choosing what curve works best for you will have to be tested throughout the use of say 2 – 5 sticks. You generally want to start in the middle, not too curved and not to straight. Then ask yourself ‘do I drag the puck a lot with my toe?’ Or ‘What would give me better overall control?’ If it’s more curved, then a slight move to a more curved foot in your next stick is recommended. If you’re still not satisfied, then get a little bit more of a curve next time. Getting this right will improve your game dramatically, because everyone is different in how they handle the puck and shoot. Let’s go ahead and look at a chart of some pro blade patterns, a lot of pros have some crazy curve patterns. So, don’t think you have to go out there and get something crazy when finding your blade pattern.
Again, the reason this can take a while is because there are so many different types of curve patterns. We hope this chart gives you a good idea of what you’re looking at when it comes to choosing a curve pattern.
The Lie is how acute or how obtuse the foot is to the shaft. This one is very simple, if not the easiest of the 4 to figure out. I remember when I was a young player in the JV league and I always had trouble keeping hold of the puck once I got it. It seemed like I could do just about everything else but carry the puck of the ice and no one passed it to me because of that. Well one day my coach noticed while I was charging up the ice that my Lie was way to acute. When I got to the bench he said “Michael let me see you stick.” and said “you need a much wider Lie in your stick, because you play so crouched.” What you need to take away from this story is that all of the foot of your stick should be touching the ice. The blade pattern comes into play with this as well. After I addressed this issue and got a wider foot it seemed like holding the puck got A LOT easier to do. The Lie is very easy to get right while being one of the most important attributes of your stick.
Best Hockey Sticks of 2019
So here it is! I have created a list of top ten hockey sticks in 2018. Trying to achieve this on your own can be an expensive and frustrating process of elimination. That’s why we here at What All The Pros Use have invested so much time in researching what the best sticks are and how they fit certain styles of play. Also check our about page to get to know me and our specialist authors with years of sporting experience behind them.
Also don’t forget, if you are buying a new stick, you absolutely NEED to own a hockey stick bag (like this one on Hockey Monkey). They are super cheap and not only great for carrying around but will protect your hockey stick from general wear and tear.
Now we know that several of these sticks are not for everyone because some carry a hefty price-tag.
However, each one has it’s own pros and cons which is why they are good enough to make it to our list.
Also don’t forget to use our exclusive Hockey Monkey promo code: PROS15 which will get you 15% off all the equipment sitewide.
|1. Bauer Supreme 2S Pro||415g||LW TeXtreme CF||60"||Check Price|
|2. Bauer Vapor 1X Lite||397g||TeXtreme® Carbon||60"||Check Price|
|3. EASTON SYNERGY GX||423g||EC100 CF||59.5"||Check Price|
|4. CCM RIBCOR TRIGGER² PMT||415g||Sigmatex CF||58"||Check Price|
|5. TRUE A4.5 SBP||450g||True one-piece||59.5"||Check Price|
|6. Bauer Nexus 2N||410g||Duraflex Resin||60"||Check Price|
|7. WARRIOR COVERT QRL||410g||True 1||60"||Check Price|
|8. BAUER NEXUS 1N||424g||TeXtreme||60"||Check Price|
|9. CCM SUPER TACKS 2.0||420g||Bumper Tech||59" and 62"||Check Price|
|10. Easton Synergy 750||421g||XTX Resin||59"||Check Price|
|11. Easton Stealth C3||420g||EC10 CF||58"||Check Price|
1. Bauer Supreme 2S Pro
The Bauer Supreme 2S Pro is loaded with some really cool features that will help you improve your game on the court. What makes a stick a great one is its material and construction. In the Bauer Supreme 2S Pro the quality of the material is very good and it is very durable as well. There are some really cool upgrades in this stick that has taken the whole lineup to a new level. From ACL technology to DuraFlex Resin to being very lightweight. This stick is a must have for all its amazing features.
As far as the technology is concerned, the Bauer team has stuck with the Monocomp technology for the Supreme 2s Pro Hockey Stick. With this technology we can truly call the Bauer Supreme 2S Pro a true one-piece stick. This will help you improve your game as it will allow you more time to make shots. This will give you faster and more consistent loading time on your shots.
If we talk about the material then the addition of DuraFlex has made the durability of the stick even better. The Bauer team has used the TeXtreme carbon fiber along with the addition of DuraFlex and this has made the stick more durable and lightweight. The overall weight of the Bauer Supreme 2S Pro Hockey Stick is 415 grams.
The Bauer team has used the eLASTech technology in the Renewcore blade with an addition of an advanced carbon layering. So, what this will do exactly? Well, the team has focused on giving their players more puck feel and better durability and that’s what this new technology will do. It will enhance the puck feel and will make the stick more durable.
For better transfer of energy from the shaft to the blade the Bauer team has used another technology which is Bauer’s Maximum Power Kick technology. This will help you generate powerful shots even for the hardest shots that require very less time.
There is no doubt that the Bauer Supreme 2S Pro Hockey Stick is really advanced with the addition of DuraFlex resin and their revamped blade with the help of eLASTech technology. The stick is more durable, has enhanced puck feel and will provide more power into your shots. So, what else do you want? This stick has got everything that you really need.
2. Bauer Vapour 1X Lite
The Bauer sticks are all about giving something extra and new all the time. So, in the Bauer Vapour 1X Lite you will be seeing something new as well. Firstly, there is improved QRT technology and the Bauer team has also introduced the new ACL(Advanced Carbon Layering) blade technology. There are some good improvements made in the stick which has taken its durability, strength, performance and weight to the next level.
Construction & Advanced Technology
It we talk about the construction of the stick, then there is Micro field 2 shaft dimensions. It has contoured feel with rounded corners and concave sidewalls. The same Monocomp technology has been used in the Bauer Vapour 1X Lite Hockey Stick and you are going to get nice contouring feel in the hands. To decrease the weight of the stick, the Bauer team has used the TeXtreme carbon fiber which is 20% lighter and 20% stronger as well. The stick also has the last tech resin system which is using the micro nanotubes. So, with all these improvements and advanced technology you are going to get amazing performance and more durability from the stick.
The Bauer Vapour 1X Lite has a really good aggressively tapered design which will provide a lightning quick shot release. So, you can make better shots now even when you cannot transfer full power to your shots. This QRT Taper is very helpful for making better shots. There carbon fiber used in it as well that has improved the blade stability by 20% and it has made the stick more versatile for hard passes, one-timers and slap shots.
The best part about the Bauer Vapour 1X Lite Hockey Stick is its weight and the ACL (Advanced Carbon Layering) blade has made the stick even more demanding. As the Bauer team new innovations has made this stick very lightweight. The innovative design of the stick has carbon fiber which is 13% thinner which helps to create a stronger blade. So, with this you are having a stronger blade which means more powerful shots are possible now.
3. EASTON SYNERGY GX
The stick which made its first appearance way back in 2016 is now being used by so many top players of the game. There are so many amazing features that this stick will provide you like you can take so many shots with this stick yet the grip will remain the same. The traditional feel and quality is there and the SBT (Shoot Boost Technology) is used in the sticks. This is indeed a top of the line stick by the Easton!
Synergy GX Grip Senior Hockey Stick Material & Durability
Well, as far as the material is concerned there is an extra layer of resin matrix along with their EC 100 carbon fiber. The carbon fiber used is very great too as it will be bigger flatter weave than what we saw in the 650. Overall, its technology and designed so much improve that will help in different things like the reduced weight of the stick. The carbon fiber has also made the stick very light weight. The stick is very responsive and really durable as well. If we talk about the XTX resin matrix it has some really cool features as well like the impact resistant and the amazing stretching properties. All this will increase the durability of the stick and will also bring a little ore pop on your shots.
The Construction of The Stick
Well, everything about the stick is really good from stick design to the technology to the material to its construction. Everything is so good that it will help you improve you game and take it to the next level. The finely tuned construction process has decreased the overlaps and has overcome the deficiencies. The hyper light construction has been used for the very first time in this stick. The hyper light design of the stick removes excess material in the taper for zero overlap.
GX Grip Senior Hockey Stick Technology
Well, there is so much to talk about the technologies used in this product. The Easton Synergy GX hockey stick is loaded with shot boost technology. For those who don’t know the shot boos technology consists of mini coils of carbon fiber in the corners of the shaft that will help in improving the durability of the stick, to generate more blade speed and to provide more strength to the shots as well. The thinly rolled carbon fiber tubes that run on the inside of the four corners of the shaft. So, it will help you generate more power as you will be able to put more energy into the stick. This technology has helped in reducing weight of the stick and has also made it stronger.
The Power Taper – the power taper technology is pretty amazing too as it is more aggressive
and has newly engineered taper geometry. So, it will help in more transfer of energy, more strength and eventually an increase in the power of the shots. The Hypertuned2 technology is also added to the stick with the multi-rib construction.
So, with all these incredible technologies you are going to get amazing results for sure. The blade will get stiffer and you can load and release the blade for more power. This product will fulfill all your demands and you will get more than expected results. You can see an indepth review of the hockey stick by clicking here.
4. CCM Ribcor Trigger² PMT
Well, the CCM RibCor Trigger2 PMT Grip Senior Hockey Stick has got so many new features and upgrades in technology. Get one thing in your mind that this stick is nothing like anything and you will never ever find something similar to this one. Yeah, you heard it right as this stick has been developed by CCM team to provide excellent quality and performance. So, you will be getting that traditional feel in the stick as the corners are rounded and the sidewalls are straight.
Technology and Performance of The Stick
There will be a fused two-piece construction and for the very first time we will be seeing a new carbon fiber called SIGMATEX. Well, this is actually an exclusive spread tow fabric that is ultra-lightweight and super strong. Just to let you know this is the lightest weave in the market available. So, it means that stick will be extra durable and the performance will be even better.
ASCENT Blade 3 – the stick is very light just because of the lightweight material used in it and ASCENT BLADE 3 is one of those materials. This is lighter blade that features tactile blade surface.
Why Choose CCM RibCor Trigger2 PMT Grip Senior Hockey Stick?
Well, the stick is simply stunning as it provides you more durability, better performance, ultra-consistent, responsive, more powerful quick release and lighter in weight. So, what else do you want in a stick? This stick is a complete package and you will be performing even better by using this stick.
Optimized Ribcor Low Kick – this is the lowest kick stick to date and this is what I personally love the most about the CCM’s this stick. This will allow players to store maximum energy and get more goals in the game.
The Popmatric Technology – this is a high-level responsive fiber which is protected by concave sidewalls. So, ultimately all this fiber will help in that super powerful quick release. So, with the addition of this technology you will be able to load and release pretty quickly. This technology will help in maximizing the bending and will efficiently transfer the energy stored.
The first ever product and appearance in the stick market world the TRUE Company has taken leap with its magnificent product. You must be thinking that the stick is new to market and what if it isn’t that good at all? Well, guess what no need to worry as TRUE Company is not new to the hockey equipment world as they have been producing hockey products for more than 14 years now. So, this product is already giving some really good reviews and it will surely help you take your game to the next level. Here’s the complete guide.
These lightweight 445 grams sticks are available for a reasonable price is an outstanding stick with a really good balance point. There are so many amazing features and technologies in the stick like the BRT(Braided Rib Technology). The agentic technology is also used in their other products as well. I found this stick blade chart is very useful.
Construction & The Technologies Used In True A4.5 SBP Hockey Stick
If we talk about the traditional feel then it is there as the rounded corners and slightly concaved sidewalls are there to give you that traditional boxy feel in the hands. This stick is a lot more responsive and it has used the axenic technology in the construction of the stick. This technology helps a lot in the manufacturing process as it gives one piece hockey stick and consistent internal walls, more energy transfer and ideal balance and grip. The Axenic technology combines a compression molded shaft in a true one-piece construction. On the other hand, if we talk about the kick point of the stick then the traditional mid-kick flex profile is there.
SmartPLY –This technology is full of specific carbon fiber weave for great torsional strength, maximum energy return and accuracy. So, if you love to transfer your load into the shot then you will love this stick for sure. This stick also has the ability to help you transfer more of your load and power into your shot which will result in wicked transfer of energy.
This stick is very lightweight and the durability is pretty good as well. All these technologies have helped improve the stick’s durability, stiffness, energy transfer and durability.
Active Bond 2 Technology – the active bond 2 technology will give you more stiffness and rigidity through the blade. So, what will it do is when you take your shots the blade face is going to stay square to the target give me a great precision and accuracy. You will also get the high quality foams surrounding those supports inside.
6. Bauer Nexus 2N Pro
Well, the Bauer Nexus 2N Pro has been build on the much successful Nexus 1N Stick but there are some key upgrades in this stick. The construction of the Bauer Nexus 2N Pro is a bit different as you will see some changes in the shaft and blade construction which has made this stick the most advanced Nexus till date. So, stay with us and get to know the three big upgrades in this stick.
Construction & Some Upgrades
There is Monocomp Technology used for the shaft in this stick. This will help you improve your overall game because this technology will improve your shooting, passing and stickhandling.
If we talk about the material then the Bauer team has used the TeXtreme carbon fiber material for better durability and the material of this carbon fiber is 20% lighter. Not only this but the Bauer has also used the Duraflex resin system along with TeXtreme carbon fiber. These two combined has increased the durability of the stick and has made added more strength to it as well.
In the blade, the Bauer has used their R-Lite blade system which has revolutionized their blade and this is the most commonly requested Pro Speck in the NHL. This R-Lite blade is loaded with reinforced Fiber that will increase the puck feel and will give you more control over your shots. As compared to the 1N this stick is 12 grams lighter.
ACL (Advanced Carbon Layering) – this is what has made the Bauer Nexus 2N Pro Hockey Stick very demanding. This technology has made the stick lighter than the previous sticks and has increased the durability of the stick as well. It will provide you 15% faster slap shot release and a 12% faster snap shot release. There are 13% thinner and stronger carbon layers used in it. So, this has made the construction and quality of the stick even better.
So, if you see there is almost everything that you need in a professional stick. From durability to increased puck feel to high balance point to being lightweight there is everything in Bauer Nexus 2N Pro that you need. This hockey stick will prove very valuable for your next hockey games. So, do give it a try.
7. WARRIOR COVERT QRL
From new materials to brand new designs to an upgraded taper to give you a lightning quick release the Warrior Covert QRL Hockey Stick will definitely fulfill all your demands. Players like the quick release on their stick and that’s what you are going to get in this stick. The Warrior team has worked really hard on this stick. They have made changes to the design and the construction but they didn’t change the carbon fiber.
Technology of The Warrior Covert QRL Hockey Stick
Minimus Carbon Fiber – well, the aerospace carbon composite weave design enhances the construction technologies. Well, we all know that Carbon Fiber makes up the whole stick so you will be satisfied with the construction and material of this stick. The material of this stick is great that it will take your game to the next level. It will transfer energy even better than before. Furthermore, the stick is a little bit lighter and more durable as well.
The Dagger Taper 3 – this is the next generation of the Dagger Taper technology. The Warrior team has made the top side of the taper thinner in order to give more flex. On the other hand, the bottom portion has been made a little wider to prevent any torque of the blade.
Durable and Ideal for Improving Your Overall Game
Well, you will be having 40% increase in the strength to limit slash damage. The stick is more durable and it will improve your overall performance and game. The stick is 20% stiffer for more positive feel and a quicker response. So, overall, the stick has so much to offer and you are going to take your game to the elite level with this stick. The main purpose that this stick serves is to enable you to score more goals without any problem.
This stick is really incredible and if you compare with other sticks in any form then you will find this stick will be better. The light weight comparison to other sticks will clearly show you that this stick is lighter and more durable.
8. BAUER NEXUS 1N
The Bauer Nexus 1N GripTac Hockey Stick is loaded with some really cool features and big upgrades as well. One of the major changes have been seen in the low taper technology. This year has been very good for Nexus as they have used their own tooling and with that they have introduced a totally new taper for Nexus.
Technology and Other Cool Features
On the other hand, there is 25% larger sweet spot in the stick. Nexus mid-kick profile with sweet spot technology is another highlight of the stick. I have personally loved the Sweet Spot Technology as it is able to load up the puck without a lot of effort.
Own Shaft Dimensions – The next big thing is that Nexus getting its own shaft dimensions. Yeah, you heard it right just like their own Low Taper Technology, the Nexus has also used their own shaft dimensions as well. It has the same rounded corners of the vapor line so it has its own unique and it will take you sometime to get used to it.
The control shaft geometry is pretty cool as for the first time Nexus has its own tooling, shaft has rounded corners like vapor but still standard size.
You will be getting a really strong grip on the stick and getting a strong grip is really important. As it will allow you to transfer more power into your shots and that is what matters for scoring goals. So, with all the new features and upgradation you can really take your game to the next level. Furthermore, the Bauer Nexus 1N GripTac Senior Hockey Stick – ’17 Model is loaded with new shaft design. The construction of the stick is really good too and that’s why it is super lightweight.
The TeXtreme Technology is very handy too and it uses 20% stronger carbon that the traditional one. With the addition of micro carbon fiber tubes, the stick is more durable, more lightweight and 50% stronger than before.
There is a power sense 2 blade used in the stick. Which is more dampened than vapor, livelier than supreme with sense layer to protect from chipping and cracking. The blade is lightweight.
9. CCM SUPER TACKS 2.0 PRO
CCM has done a really great job with this article and this stick is tailored for every professional player out there. We all know that the CCM Super Tacks are famous for providing amazing quality and performance. But in the Super Tacks 2.0 the team has taken durability and performance to the next level.
Amazing Performance and Material of The Stick
For this stick, they have partnered with the Sigmatex, which is a global leader in performance composite fiber. Furthermore, the Sigmatext is an exclusive spread tow fabric that is very lightweight and also very strong. This stick is very good for wrist shots but also for the slap shots as well. You are going to get really good execution and you can transfer more energy into your shots.
As I said earlier, this stick is an ideal one relying on wrist and slap shots as CCM has used the Dual Flex Profile that is a mid-kick point with two optimized loading zones one for the wrist and second for the slap shots.
There are some nice updates in the technology section as well with the Reinforced Bumper Technology in the stick.
The blade of the stick is updated as well. There is stick blade reinforcement which is a syntactic foam core with aramid reinforcement for improved blade durability. It will also help from the cracking of the blade. So, great durability and performance is what this stick offers you. So, the blade is very stiff and offers amazing durability.
Furthermore, you are still going to have that stiff blade even in the CCM Super Tacks 2.0 Pro Stock Hockey Stick. So, in short you are getting amazing accuracy, performance and durability out of this stick.
10. Easton Synergy 750
The Easton Synergy 750 Grip Stick is one of the best sticks out there as it has the top of the line technologies. The very first stick to debut in the Stealth CX, the synergy 750 has the ExoRim blade construction and the XTX Resin System and this is not the end as it also has the new Shot Boost Technology as well. The Easton Synergy 750 will provide you high performance and it will have that traditional feel as well. This is advanced yet traditional so you will get that same old feel with more innovative style and technology that will eventually help you improve your game.
There is the traditional feel along with the rounded corners and sidewalls are straight as well. There are major updates in the material section as well and the EC 80 Carbon Fiber is used in it which has made it more responsive and lightweight as well. Furthermore, for the first time we are going to see XTX Extratough Resin Matrix used in the stick as well. So, what this will XTX Extra tough Resin do? Well, it will be really helpful as it will reinforce the carbon fiber and due to use of high quality material the impact strength will be much better.
The stick will also provide you more durability and better stretch properties. You will be able to get a strong grip on it and this will help you transfer more power and velocity to your shot. So, the stick is designed in such a way that it provides amazing grip and impact strength. With increased shot power, you will be able to take your game to the next level.
The Technologies of Easton Synergy 750 Grip Stick
There are mainly two technologies used in the stick which are Shot boost technology which is new to the Synergy line. The Shot boost technology has four sheets of Ultra-thin Carbon Fiber tunes in the shaft corners provide more strength, durability and transfer of energy. So, everything has been introduced in the stick just to increase the transfer of energy, the better impact strength resistance and durability because these two points are the key. This technology not only lightens the weight of the stick but also gives more power to it as well.
This is an ideal stick for the Toe Shooters.
You cannot afford to miss their new power taper technology as well which will work in conjunction with the former technology. The power taper along with shot boost, ICI 80 carbon fiber and the XTX resin will give you more powerful release. This is not the end as they have also done some extra measures to increase the responsiveness and power of the stick by addition of another technology that is Hypertoe technology.
The weight of the stick is around 468 grams and it is very much lighter as compared to 650. Basically, the Easton Synergy 750 Grip Stick is all about amazing trickle-down technologies.
11. Easton Stealth C3
The Easton Stealth C3.0 is the last model in the stealth line but still you cannot afford to overlook it. The stick has all the important features and it has a lot to offer for a beginner player. You can get a lot from this stick even though it is the last model of the stealth line. So, what exactly are you going to get from this stick? There is excellent grip coating, multi-rib Carob I-Beams to create response and stability and innovative technology that will help almost any hockey player.
As far as the shape of the stick is concerned, we are going to get the same old traditional shape with slightly rounded corners and straight sidewalls. So, what it does is it will give you more lock and hold in the hands that will eventually help you transfer more energy to the stick. It all starts with a strong grip if the grip on the stick is strong and tight then you will be able to make a really strong shot.
The Construction and Technologies Used
The construction of the stick is really amazing as well they have used two pieces with the help of EC 10 Carbon matrix and this is going to be a blend of carbon fiber as well as fiberglass. The best part about the stick is its durability as it is designed to give maximum durability from top to the bottom. The responsiveness of the stick is really good as well.
The Elliptical Taper Profile
The elliptical taper profile helps in controlling the twisting of the shaft and blade for pinpoint accuracy. This will force the kick point to kick really low and it also allows you to load it up and get the puck off quick. Good foam and good puck field in the inside will really help a lot.
The Multi-rib I – Beams will help to create more stability and response throughout the blade. The more energy transfer and increase in torsional resistance will help you improve your game. The Easton Stealth C3.0 Grip Senior Hockey Stick offers the same technologies used in the Stealth CX Stick. You will get amazing grip coating. This is indeed a great ice hockey stick and it is the last stick in the stealth line as well. So, do give it a shot!
We hope you found this review helpful in finding your next or first hockey stick. Whether you’re a beginner or a veteran, we geared this review for any kind of player.
With this information, you will now hopefully be able to determine what type of hockey stick fits your game. Remember that even a $100 stick can sometimes perform better than a high end hockey, if it falls into the right hands!