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04-12-2010, 09:52 PM
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Originally Posted by Headcoach View Post
When you buy a composite, you will probably will have to go through this...

Good luck!
Head coach

PS: it's probably not a cheap fix!
I wouldn't scare someone new off with the broken composite scare. Not ALL composites break just looking at them. I personally would never buy a $200+ stick because you are asking for being irritated with a broken stick, they make the material so thin it is ridiculous.

Most composites are just fine, do not fear them.

The most reliable are two piece sticks, my opinion from seeing others who go through one piece sticks. Also replacing a blade for $40-$50 is much easier than buying a new $150 stick.

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