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12-16-2009, 10:44 PM
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Originally Posted by bonnielad View Post
The One55 is durable, but light? No way. I'm just a noob at hockey and skating, but recently purchased my first composite stick (was looking for something lighter and more durable than my wooden Eastons) and decided on the One55. Boy was I wrong! It's actually quite heavier than the wooden sticks, but much much more durable.

Not to derail, but it's also stiffer than the supposed 87 flex (compared to wood 87's). I have not shortened the One55 but did cut down the wooden ones a bit. Quality control issue, or is this the norm for composites?
It's the stick. The one95's construction only works with certain material combinations I suppose.

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