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04-29-2012, 11:35 PM
Saucy Dangles
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Originally Posted by Devil Dancer View Post
It seems to me that the Supreme line is much more popular than the Vapor line around here, which might explain the lack of responses so far. Plus you're asking about a very specific stick, with a specific, and I think slightly rare, flex and curve.
Eh, maybe I should have been less specific. I was really just wondering who uses this pattern, and are they enjoying it, or did they find it difficult to adjust to? I know what to expect to a degree from the Vapor series sticks (low & multiple kick points) as It is not my first. Loved my X60 LE and this is why I decided to go with the APX over a Total One. I have shot a Total One and like the power I get when shooting it especially when taking clappers, but the Vapor series really caught me & locked me in, because I can get a lot of power from very little movement when shooting the puck. I really like how quick of a release it produces, as well as how responsive the stick is in just about any hand (bottom) position on the stick.

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