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06-18-2010, 11:22 PM
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Originally Posted by AIREAYE View Post
Unless you've tried any of the higher end sticks or even wood sticks to compare with, your opinion doesn't have much leverage. Good to know that Powertek is an option for those budget-conscious though, thanks
I have purchased one Warrior stick that was $200 give or take that I got for $100. It was very light, and certainly a great stick, however I wouldn't trust the durability to spend more than $50 or so on a hockey stick. But, some guys use a stick for more than a year. I've broken three in the past few months!

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