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11-30-2008, 03:05 PM
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Cheap sticks

im really not likin my stealth, dont call me crazy, and i was wondering what good sticks there are for $120 and under


i was lookin at the one90 but other suggestions or anything about how the one90 is would be good

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I like the Sher-wood RM9. Costs $120 here.

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i have a one70 87 flex Malkin blade and i love it, one of my favorite sticks i've ever owned. So i would assume the one90 / one95 would be better since it's the next step up.

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Sher-Wood 5030 Comp is not a bad stick for $100.

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i have a one70 87 flex Malkin blade and i love it, one of my favorite sticks i've ever owned. So i would assume the one90 / one95 would be better since it's the next step up.
I have a One70, but haven't used it yet. I use a One90 with a Malkin curve. Awesome stick, I really love it. You can get them both for under $120.

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I have a One70, but haven't used it yet. I use a One90 with a Malkin curve. Awesome stick, I really love it. You can get them both for under $120.
is it light?

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just spend the extra and get a NBXXXX

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is it light?

Yes, but the great thing about it is it's balance. The stick is so balanced it feels lighter then it is.

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I use the Vapor XVI , love it but I'm getting tired of them breaking on me. I am using my 5th in the past year (start of last season til now).

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Yes, but the great thing about it is it's balance. The stick is so balanced it feels lighter then it is.
Waaaaaaay more important than weight, imo.

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By the way, if that stealth is a Rightie, just mail it to me. I'll, uh, properly dispose of it for you.

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one90's are tanks mine lasted a long time. liked it better than my xxxx. just got a new rm19, see how i like that and a one90 chrome which i already like over my regulary one90's but that could be due to just the different curve

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I've been using a wooden 5030 lately, and I'm absolutely loving it.

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