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03-02-2007, 05:48 PM
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windflare
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A lot of common Joes like me use wood sticks too. It's just a reminder that composite one-piece sticks are a big investment, especially if you aren't sure what curves you'd like to use, or if you're still growing and might move on to senior-sized sticks soon.

If you aren't sure what curve you would want to use, I'd suggest for you to pick up a durable shaft (Nike Bauer Endure or Vapor XV shaft, Easton Synergy ST, Mission M-2, TPS Redlite*** <== Highly recommended) and get a few wood or composite blades, so you can experiment with the curves. Start out with the Naslund/Sakic, Lecavalier, Hossa, or Crosby curves first, then move on from there. Those curves are pretty good for a bit of everything.

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