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04-07-2010, 06:04 PM
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Battleaxe sticks

anyone using them? my LHS just received a few

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anyone using them? my LHS just received a few
Well I never heard of them and did a Google search. Seems like they have a variety of skill level sticks http://www.battleaxehockey.com/ their top end seems like a well made stick from the info on them.

Bladder Molding
provides a consistent stick for an efficient transfer of power to your shot.

Low Kickpoint
provides an ultra-efficient transfer of energy through the shaft to your shot.


All of our sticks are also available in grip finish.
Tri-chamber Technology
in the blade to provide ultimate accuracy, control and feel for the puck.


Concave shaft construction
Double concave shaft design decreases weight while also increasing durability (BX10, 7, 3 and 1). The BX12 has a four sided concave shaft design offering the ultimate in strength while keeping this top-of-the-line stick incredibly light.




They had my curve pattern at least! Their Getzlaf / Lidstrom type pattern with the lie I like.

P45 Heel Deep 1/2" Very Open 5.5 Square


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whats the price range on them in your LHS?

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Who sells them? I love that P45 curve and it'd be sick at a 65 flex.

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whats the price range on them in your LHS?
the BX-1 is $69....there is only one place on line that i found that sells them, they have the easton patterns


http://www.thehockeyshack.com/index....mid=1&TreeId=1

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whats the price range on them in your LHS?
the BX-1 is $69........i found one place online that sells them for the same price, they have the easton patterns

http://www.thehockeyshack.com/index....mid=1&TreeId=1

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