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07-25-2012, 11:08 AM
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Originally Posted by PaperworkNinja View Post
... noticed that if you work on wrist shots on a cement basement floor, the Warrior Esquire stick gets chewed up pretty quickly. That happens even with tape applied.

I went to a curve that seems flatter than the Cammalleri curve. The Burrows pattern from Warrior seems just a bit flatter than the Zetterberg pattern, which is about as close to Cammalleri's pattern a Warrior gets.
I usually carry 3 sticks. 2 composite, one is game stick, one back up, and a wood stick for practice at home. I use intermediates, but go with heavy, senior wood sticks. It's great for strength training, and when you go back to your composite sticks they feel light as feather. Plus if your wood blade gets chewed up they're a lot cheaper to replace.

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