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Easton Stealth RS or Bauer Totalone?

View Poll Results: Which one is better/You preffer?
Totalone 9 90.00%
RS 1 10.00%
Voters: 10. You may not vote on this poll

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10-09-2011, 08:31 PM
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Easton Stealth RS or Bauer Totalone?

Which one do you think is better? I see a lot of pros use either the RS or the Totalone now, before it was the Totalone the majority was using but now the RS has gained some more users.

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Try shooting with both, you may hate the release one one. Everyone has a preference the question is pointless they're both extremely light sticks that hold up pretty well.

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I can't vote in the pole but I would say the RS. I love its feel and the low kick point helps me snap off quick and powerful shots

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Almost all modern sticks have "low" kick points - all they do is increase the density or start rounding and increasing the rigidity at the bottom which makes the stick flex lower instead of in the middle. I personally don't like or buy the highest end sticks because they break easier and are not THAT much lighter than the cheaper sticks.

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If he RS is anything like the s19, then I'm going with the totalone. I hated my s19, the kickpoint was all weird and it was hard to feel the puck on your blade compared to the totalone. I love my totalone because you can feel the puck so well, they try their best to make it have the feel of a wood blade.

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