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Available at http://www.icewarehouse.com/descpage-SR2S.html IW Hockey reviews the STX Surgeon RX2 Hockey Stick on the ice! The STX Surgeon RX2 Grip Stick showcases exciting technology and material placements that have never been seen in a stick to date. The first and most dramatic change is the PureGrip shaft shape. After significant research and in-person, STX came up with a whole new take on how a shaft should be shaped and should feel in the hands. Unlike every other stick on the market, the Surgeon RX2's bottom portion of the shaft was built to maximize contact between a player's hand and the shaft, thus optimizing stick feel and control. There is an initial shock factor once it is first picked up but once a player settles into the new shaft shape, the enhanced control will be felt. Also new to the hockey market is a dual-weave blade wrap. Traditionally, most sticks utilize the same carbon fiber on both the forehand and backhand but this Surgeon RX2 features 3K carbon on the forehand and 18K carbon on the back. This allows STX to provide excellent puck feel and pop on the forehand where players need it, but the 18K allows them to remove excess weight without comprising performance elsewhere. This dual-weave protects an all-new blade core for the Surgeon Line. STX gave the RX2 their Quad-Core construction that uses four carbon reinforced support ribs that run heel to toe. Between these are high-performance, featherlight foams that all work together to further enhance puck feel, responsiveness and deadly accuracy.
Tyson from Inline/Ice Warehouse talks about hockey stick length and flex you should know about before buying a stick. Available at: http://www.icewarehouse.com/Hockey_Sticks/catpage-HOCKSTICK.html?&utm_source=Youtube&utm_medium=Social&utm_content=fromdescrip&utm_campaign=Review_Videos
CCM's newest curve, the P28 McDavid, has arrived. Learn all about it from the team that made it a reality. More: http://ow.ly/6A9T302rb8M
Check out all Sherwood Rekker Sticks here - http://www.icewarehouse.com/catpage-SWSTICK.html?&utm_source=Youtube&utm_medium=Social&utm_content=fromdescrip&utm_campaign=Review_Videos Chase from IW chats with Michael Soule, Sher-wood's Head of Product Development, about the differences in kick point and key technologies between the Rekker EK365 and the BPM 150 stick families.
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IW Hockey reviews the STX Stallion HPR Hockey Stick.
The STX Stallion HPR Grip Stick is the flagship model in the Stallion Line, offering devastating shot power with one of the highest balance points in the game today. One way STX accomplished this was with their new PureBlade Power blade construction that removes weight and simultaneously improves shot power and puck feel.