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05-25-2007, 12:48 AM
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Originally Posted by TBLfan View Post
the naslund is a sakic curve. The nash is close to a sakic but the curve is a hair different.

Newer wood blades aren't like those old christians wood blades, the new ones are very lightweight, comparable to the weight of a composite blade. Just throwing this out there; the newer christian wood blades are probably about half the weight of the old ones with the diamond wrap.
TBLFan hit it on the head. Naslund = Sakic, though I think the Naslund is a bit "wider" from top to bottom than the Sakic on the blade.

Some of the woodies out there are seriously light, especially the Nike Bauers. The Easton ones are okay. The Sherwood ones are still pretty hefty though, last time I checked. If you can find them, there are some nice Graf and Jofa woodblades out there in LHSs.

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