It's gotten better from the looks of things but still not too durable... I still see just as many break at the competitive levels and pro levels as before. But then again I've heard people that said they've used the same XXXlite for months.
anyone have a picture of a smyth curve? Im not picturing it too well by description and i cant find a picture of it.
if you go on the warrior website wich is www.warriorhockey.com click enter then
dolomite or whatever stick your looking for then click on blade options and a picture of each pattern comes up ..but if your looking for his prostock i cant help you
I've been using an 85 flex Draper Dolomite for almost a year now. I'm easy on sticks but it has held up much better than any of the Eastons I used to play with (Si-Core and early Stealth). I would say the feel is as good as the Eastons or slightly better.
I popped the end plug off last night and there is a sticker in there but it's cut off a bit. I bought the stick new at Perani's in Grand Rapids and all the Dolomites they had were the same length. Anyway what's left of the sticker says:
part of a 3 or 8 then 030
Last edited by NorrisContender: 02-20-2007 at 10:32 AM.