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05-13-2007, 03:13 AM
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synthesis shaft

does any one use them any reviews would a 6K tpered RBK blade work and be balanced well with this shaft
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I assume you are buying used because its called the Synergy II now

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no the synthesis is on hockeygiant for $49.98 and it was a good deal so i thought i might try them out

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You have a link? I can't find it at all.

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They are a good, but not exceptional shaft. On par with most tapereds out there, like the 6K and Dolomite. Balance should be decent wit the 6K blade.

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nyr chazzer its in the clearance section also has any one heard of the vaporXV shaft and has any one used it

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I believe they on Hockey[I]Monkey[I]...just go to your LHS and pick some sticks up as I've noticed you've been asking about many sticks. Or if not ask some ppl like teammates and give their sticks a try. Our online opinions are only so much and you might like something we don't, it's PP. I'm not the biggest fan of the Vapor V2 that many on here talked about....just my two cents.

Btw IIRC, the Synthesis on Monkey only come in intermediate if that matters any.

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Yeah it's was on hockey monkey. I was looking at hockeygiant because that's what he said. It's also intermediate which is 75 flex. I mean I use 85 flex, but the intermediate stick is also shorter which I don't like.

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i live in an area where there are no hockey shops and most of the people i play with use woodies so i was just lookin for some opinions thats all and soory i mixed up hockeygiant and hockey monkey

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If you want a good composite stick you should spend $70 at the very least, I spent like $70 for my Easton Ultra-Lite and like $90 for my AK-27. Composites will last you longer than the average wood stick, at least in my experience, even though announcers on TV will tell you otherwise.

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I use a synthesis 85 flex for roller hockey and I love it, the synergy II blades have serious durability issues and so i'll be switching to dolomite blades when i break the blade im currently using. Never tried a 6k blade although i doubt youll have any problems with it. The shaft itself is great though, i LOVE mine.

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i live in an area where there are no hockey shops and most of the people i play with use woodies so i was just lookin for some opinions thats all and soory i mixed up hockeygiant and hockey monkey
I understand that problem, but if you really want to know what it's like head onto eBay and get some used ones for cheap. Cause like I say, it's PP.

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