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01-27-2013, 05:53 PM
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Originally Posted by SacredPetra View Post
Can anyone explain to me why there are so few intermediate, right-handed, wooden sticks?

I'm probably overthinking this, given that I'm a complete beginner, but I'd rather not complicate things unnecessarily, and I don't have a LHS to try sticks out in. As a 5'6", 155lb, girl, if I'm understanding what I've read correctly, it seems like the senior sticks are going to have too high a flex (and probably be too tall), but I'm concerned a junior stick is going to be too short. I'm really not set on anything (aside from being fairly positive I want a right handed stick), so any and all advice is highly appreciated.
http://www.playersbench.com/istar.as...rtby=PRICEDESC
http://www.hockeymonkey.com/sticks-all-easton.html

Righty? So you would be more comfortable having your left hand hold the end of the stick and your right hand be further down.

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