Do sticks with higher flex break easier?
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03-24-2010, 11:03 AM
Join Date: Jun 2003
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Actually, the SE is a "higher" end model, albeit an older version. Keep in mind that higher performance typically means lesser durability.
Basically from lowest to highest(All are "Top of the line":
Original Synergy => Synergy ST
Synergy SL(superlight) => Synergy SE => Synergy SE16
Original Stealth(05) => Stealth CNT => Stealth S17 => Stealth S19
There will be an update to the SE16 appearing in the NHL in the playoffs and/or next season.
Mine was a SE2 or something. Definitely low end, with a price to match. Under $100 CND.
At this point, for a guy who plays the way and as often as I do, the ST is the only stick worth my money now.
Hell, I chopped my broken ST, flipped it and stuck on a ST replacement blade and that was better then the SE I have....
But another ST is in my future.
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