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07-21-2012, 06:47 AM
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Hedman curve

I'm just curious what the Hedman curve is comparable to? Is it good for slap shots?

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It's a mid-curve like a CCM Thornton or Bauer P88 Kane.

Good for slapshots? Well that's up to you and your technique lol

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Hmm are you sure about that? I haven't looked at it in detail really but it seems very large... more like a Sherwood Coffey or a Bauer Toews curve

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It's almost equivalent to the Kane.

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Hmm are you sure about that? I haven't looked at it in detail really but it seems very large... more like a Sherwood Coffey or a Bauer Toews curve
Yes, that's directly off the Reebok catalog.

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I use the Bergeron which is practically the same (I forget which is the mid and mid-heel) and it's in between a Kane and a Coffey. It's a little deeper and more open than the Kane but not as deep or "meat hooky" as the Coffey.


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I love the Hedman curve. It's good for my slappers, but as mentioned above, that's all about technique. It's closest to a Bauer P88 (Kane) but has just a little bit more toe curve to it. The Coffey is much deeper and more of a hook.

I'd classify it as a mid-toe 1/2" with a closed face.

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