Easton E28 (and Bauer P14) Curve Discussion
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12-30-2012, 09:04 AM
Join Date: Mar 2011
I think this is a common pro-stock type curve...
we used to say that pro-stock blades look like spears as the curve is so rounded as there is a constant rocker
its must like what they say, you can flex the stick/blade better by shooting off the toe, but I think more importantly that you can fire the puck closer to the body, not requiring one to drop the puck back to fire it...
I think with the way snappers/wristers are taken these days, more of a hard push, and again fired so often off the same foot shot, these prostyle blades accomodate best
only thing I would have issues with are reaching for the puck and having it just slide under the toe...
I assume taking clappers still is off the heal and the curve accomodates the puck to roll up the toe?
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