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03-06-2010, 03:00 AM
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How similar are these blade patterns?

the heatley the iginla and the zetterberg/forsberg?

heatley and the iggy are pretty close i think its just the toe but what about the zetterberg?

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Zetterbarg is not as deep of a curve as Iginla.

Just less curvy, more straight. (But still a curve)

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Iginla and Heatley are the same curve, but the Heatley is a lower lie.

Forsberg/Zett is a bit more heel curve and not as deep as the mid-toe curve on the Heatley/Iginla.

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The Iginla is slightly more closed than the Heatley but you should consider not every company's versions are the same.

I own 2 Iginla patterns and both are slightly different and I have the Easton Heatley which differs from other comnpany's versions. If you Google some blade patterns for Heatley you will see what I mean.

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Heatley blade is a lower lie, a 4 or 5 i believe

I have an s11 heatley and I lOVE IT.


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Heatley is a 5 lie to the Iggy's 5.5, the iggy is a little more closed, shorter, and has a different toe.

The zetterberg is a a heel curve, both the iggy and heatley are mids.

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