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02-02-2012, 02:03 PM
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Jarick
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Technically I suppose if you're terrible at hockey a $60 composite will last you just about forever. They almost never break and if you can't shoot, pass, catch a pass, or stickhandle, who cares about the weight and performance.

It's just the quality and performance raises exponentially above $100 to the point where it's much more "worth it".

Like I said, slightly used is an option. Make sure there are no cracks or rattles. I sell sticks on Cragislist when I have too many and rarely do they go for more than $50-60 with fewer than 10 games on them and a couple scuffs away from new. And those are the high end $150+ sticks.

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