Sometimes people worry too much about their shots wobbling/fluttering, but it's not that big a deal. It's nice to see the smooth frisbee action on your shots, but watch NHL games and take notice how often their shots will wobble as well.
I currently have an 87 flex Reebok 11k but I'm in the market for a new stick, probably Easton since I loved my S19 and RS's are only $169 around me.
Anyway I'm thinking about going down to a 75 flex. I'm a small winger that likes to get shots off quick. I mainly take snap shots and wristers and I'm thinking decreasing my flex might give me an extra advantage.
Since you posted in the other thread (accidentally of course) that you had an NXG, I'd probably recommend this. I use NXGs as well (have a nexus that I hate) and this one.XX series is close in terms of feel. Plus I find Bauer sticks last a long time.
Why would he buy a lower end stick online from the states if he's from Ontario? Bauer doesn't allow cross border shipping for its products.
kamosko, where are you located?
I'm using thehockeyshop.com to buy a pair of eq50 skates and looking for a stick, the 3 I listed seem to be the best in my price range $100-150 and I'd rather order both skates+stick from the same site.
Manufacturer's restrictions pissing anyone else off? You can save so much more money by ordering from the states but they won't ship anything anymore cause of manufacturers restrictions, I even got half mad at one person at an online store during a help live chat session. I was like so let me get this straight I want to give you money and you won't accept it? person was like we are not allowed, It's against the law I said. They where like no the manufacturer won't let us ship it, oh the manufacturer owns it? I thought you bought it from them and it was yours to do as you please with it. The person was like well it doesn't totally work like that, to which I said Sounds like a money making racket to me, and the person was like Yes it is, straight up admitted it.