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12-15-2009, 08:58 PM
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noobman
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I had an Easton S5. It's not the lightest stick in the world (lighter than a wooden stick though) but it was very durable. I broke it when the blade (Forsberg blade, pretty flat) got wedged in a large gap in the boards.

It was a very good stick for me... just a little too stiff at a 100 flex. I'd highly recommend it based on my experience with it.

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