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08-20-2012, 12:57 AM
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Originally Posted by noobman View Post
R&D costs, manufacturing costs, higher input costs, inflation in general. Given some of the drastic redesigns you see every couple of years, I wouldn't be surprised if the yield rate was fairly low on certain sticks.
I work at a sports store and cost on the top end Bauer, Easton and Reeboks are about $140-$170. The new CCM is a bit higher, I believe.

Older top-end sticks like the SE16, S17 and S19 range from $72-$91 because they are usually bought in bulk to clear out a manufacturers stock, which is why they can be sold for $119.99-$139.99.

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