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Easton SE 16, Nike Bauer 0ne95,or Easton S17

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03-16-2009, 09:27 PM
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Easton SE 16, Nike Bauer 0ne95,or Easton S17

j/w because i need a new stick any on have any experence with these stick......any good or bad things about the stick

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*One 95 with a PM9 curve. 87 flex

Light, great balance, probably the best stick I've used.

Notcied harder slap shots, wristshots and I seem to of gotten a more accurate snap shot.

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*One 95 with a PM9 curve. 87 flex

Light, great balance, probably the best stick I've used.

Notcied harder slap shots, wristshots and I seem to of gotten a more accurate snap shot.
I have the One90 version of this, same review. damn nice stick, I'm sure the 95 is a little better.

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I'm not a huge fan of my S17, I haven't even used it in a game because I just don't like it. I pretty much use it to coach on the rare occasion I feel like using it. I've liked the original Synergy, the SL and the SE, so I have to assume the SE16 is also a very good stick. I have yet to use a one95 but I hear good things from reliable people.

The U+ is still my favorite OPS.

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one95 is gotta be my number one and the s17 is 2nd

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well im already using a one 90 with a naslund curve P92 so i might just get the one 95 then

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j/w because i need a new stick any on have any experence with these stick......any good or bad things about the stick

Love the One95. Never cared much for the Easton sticks. My only complaint with the One95 is they don't have quite enough of a curve for me.

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I prefer Easton's Patterns but I can't really complain about my One90. My S17 should arrive this weekend so I'll compare the two for you if you'd like

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