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03-07-2013, 08:48 PM
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Quick question, if this isn't suitable for this thread, I'd appreciate some directions to the proper thread: I'm currently rolling with an Easton EQ50 with a Getzlaf curve. I really like the curve and square toe, it's great for sauce and snap shots, and not bad on slappers, which is a good combination as I play both D and wing. That being said, I've shredded through the bottom portion of the toe on this one, it's terribly chipped. So, my question:

Is there anything that can be done to keep a square toe in good shape? My tape job is pretty solid, a stretch of tape that goes heel to midway up the toe, and taped all the way toe to heel, cutting off the excess on the toe, so I'm not sure of what else to do to protect it more. If there's no way to prevent the toe from getting crushed so badly, what would be the closest relative to the Getzlaf curve (any brand) only with a rounded toe? Thanks, guys.

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