The o's at the base reduce wind drag?
the wind drag from the stick is negligible. No one would be able tell the difference between two blades of the same weight and weight distribution.
Just a big gimmick.
However, I use composite sticks when I play because I can't find a wooden one long enough.
If I could find one, I'd use it.
Man they have long woods at sports authority.
When i play i use my composite but because i feel it's going to break anytime soon i have my wood as my backup.
ooooooooo... isnt that a really coolll looking stick... y dont i return my 30 buck stick and buy this 200some dollar stick cuz i do play in the NHL and want to double my points per game average just like datsuk did!!!
I actually messed around with with this stick before. A friend of mine has this stick.
It's pretty sick. If you play on a very high level, like Division I or so, then it'd be worth it. Not for recreational hockey by all means.
You'd be saddened to know how many players are really like this. I'm a bit of a stick whore myself, but all of mine were either free or I bought them on clearance.
Originally Posted by dodg3rsball
// teammate's cousin works for Easton
// might be time to ask for some table scraps again
can i be your new best friend and we can go shopping for those "table scraps"
Originally Posted by Brodeur