Heel Curve vs Toe Curve
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03-30-2009, 07:41 PM
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They are essentially sticks made for the NHL, AHL, WHL, KHL etc. that don't get used by the player it was made for. First of all and most importantly they don't have a warranty, so once you break em you lose em. And the blade patterns are all unique, chances are you'll have a hard time finding a blade similar to a previous pro-stock stick.
I've also heard rumours about pro-stock sticks as being better than their retail counterparts, but I doubt this is the case.
The sticks aren't made for specific players, they have the same blade patterns as retail sticks, and they are are much heavier (i.e. more durable) than retail sticks.
They're made for all college and professional leagues. I think they normally cost about the same as a retail stick.
But if you can get them from a reputable source, I would definitely recommend buying them over retail sticks. My sticks never break within a month anyway.
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