Thread: Easton Octane?
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08-11-2006, 03:23 PM
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PhilMerwin187
 
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Twine Seeking Missile, I apologize. I didn't specify that I was talking about Icer here.

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Originally Posted by Icer View Post
I use an Octane in practice. It's a decent entry level shaft, lighter than a wood stick but not as light as a high end 1 piece, good power, and I'm not too pissed when one snaps because I can usually find a replacement for around $20. It's pretty whippy (80 flex is all that's available) so if you like a stiff stick, try something else.

My game stick is the Typhoon. It's one step up from the Octane and a lot more durable.

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