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02-28-2007, 06:12 PM
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Recomend Me A Good Wood

My old ranks of Wood sticks are on there last legs, and I don't want to go composite (Just don't dig the feel), so posters of HFboards, I extend to you this question:


Best wood stick on the market?

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Bauer one40, assuming your playing indoor. The one40 is pretty light for a wood stick, and it also actually has a flex. After the one40 i prefer the Koho Crossfire.

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Montreal macks the BEST wood sticks out there.
I like sherwood but i am sorry they crack and break very fast.

Montreal eurocurve rules!!

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easton classic. im with you on wood/composite, i use a comp shaft with a wood blade.

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From what I hear Montreal sticks are the best, followed by sherwood. Montreal is supposively MUCH better than the competition because of the finnish wood used in making them. I think the one40 is just about the lightest wood stick I've felt.

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Sher-Wood sticks are usually good.

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Montreal euro.

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Sher-Wood 5030 Coffey

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Thanks guys, forgot all about Montreal! I've got two 3311's and a 2211 on the way.

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how about the Easton Z-Carbon? i loved those sticks...they're so hard to find now

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how about the Easton Z-Carbon? i loved those sticks...they're so hard to find now
Too light for me. It got beat out by my Koho which I adore for the heavier feel.

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