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- Two-piece aspen core covered with a double birch lamination
- Superior white ash reinforced with multidirectional and highly impact resistant fiberglass
- Size Chart
- Stick Blade Chart
- Color Chart
Long Lasting Stick
By Lord Soman
These sticks can last you a long time if the conditions are right. My first one lasted nearly 5 years before being retired last week due to damage. I will add a few caveats. 1. I use a lot of tape on my sticks. 2. For 4 of the 5 years, I played in leagues with few very high velocity shooters. 3. This past year I have played all my games against multiple very high velocity shooters. However, these sticks have been through an average of 50 games a year and half as many stick and puck sessions during that time.
Excellent quality, consistent with Sher-Wood tradition!
The 530 Sr. is a sturdy model, strong enough to withstand some ex-pro slap shots, with the modification below ! I OUGHT TO KNOW these guys can shoot !
Excellent quality, consistent with Sher-wood tradition!
The stick broke where the shaft and paddle meet just from leaning on it while the puck was at the other end of the ice.
Get what you pay for
By Kev Sims
I bought this stick to use as a replacement for my Warrior Woodrow stick. At first the stick was good, it was light, the curve was perfect and it felt strong, and then it took some shots. After 3 games using this stick i had to throw it away, the wood started to buckle on the paddle, and worse of all, the blade shattered under the fiberglass after two shots and a poke check, in one period. After removing the tape i saw the damage and was in shock, the stick was only 3 games old.
Great wood feel
Picked this stick up at a chain sporting goods store for under
$XX. I use this while net-minding for my son. His
Shots are getting faster as his confidence grows. The
Stick has great old school wood feel, looks fantastic and was
Definitely worth my $XX bucks!
I hate the new sticks. I love the feel of having a real wood stick when I am in net. Yes the stick does chip and crack over time. But what stick doesn't. I am not playing in the NHL and for the price this stick is perfect.
Break Really Quick
By IL HS goalie
I bought 3 of these sticks about 2 months ago. In that time, 2 of the 3 are broken. The stick is particularly weak at the ankle of the stick. The wood in the ankle can get chipped away by one hard shot and it kills the integrity of the rest of the blade.
It's a light, good looking stick; but it does NOT last against hard shots.
Classic and cheap
By Gandalf "You sh
This was not a bad stick, it just wasnt a good stick either. I was using this stick because I had to replace my broken sticks and it was my best option for the price. I like wood because it absorbs alot of the shot and give a better feel for the puck. For the price a fanastic stick and I love that wood look.
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