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01-27-2013, 05:25 PM
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Which stick to get?

So the S19 and Warrior Widow are both on clearence and the Sher Wood Nexon 12 is on sale. Which stick would you suggest? I want a decent stick but not one that's only going to last me a month.

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Honestly you're probably better off with the Widow.

It's a pretty good overall stick and it should be alot lower than 160 if it's on sale. S19 is a good stick but i've never been big on Easton, it's up to you if you want to give them a go.

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Questions like these can go in the stick thread.

Like Brad said, it's up to you. Unless you know exactly what kind of feel/specifications you are looking for, you're simply giving the names of 3 very good top end sticks.

People have had more luck with the N12 and S19s durability than the Widow's, though if you don't normally break sticks, you shouldn't worry about breaking these.

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Go with the S19, such a great stick. I like it much more than the X:60 I have.

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Questions like these can go in the stick thread.

Like Brad said, it's up to you. Unless you know exactly what kind of feel/specifications you are looking for, you're simply giving the names of 3 very good top end sticks.

People have had more luck with the N12 and S19s durability than the Widow's, though if you don't normally break sticks, you shouldn't worry about breaking these.
I usually break the blades on sticks, never the shaft

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To make a safe recommendation would be N12 > S19 > Widow based solely on my impressions of the market reaction for those sticks combined with the fact that I have a Widow.

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They're all pretty solid. If you know you like one, go with that one.

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I used to have a s19, great stick I loved it. durability wasn't that great though, only lasted a couple of months.

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