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12-15-2007, 05:29 PM
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Adding grip

What are some ways too add grip the shaft of your stick. I've tried tape and wax and they work all right any other sugfestions?

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Easton Grip Cloth, baseball bat pine-tar spray, rubber grip paint spray/dip, or this textured spray: http://www.noskid.com/catalog/produc...roducts_id=255 All depending on what you like =P

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ive always taped a piece of wood( piece of hockey stick cut off) and taped it about 5 times all around the wood piece.then i would rub it all along my shaft , it makes it stickin and alot easier to grip. hope that helps.

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