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02-21-2011, 02:30 PM
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Coffey Curve

i have recently picked up my friend swd coffey curve and was wondering if bauer or easton makes a similar curve not so hardcore tho if you get what i mean

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I don't remember exactly how it looks but the closest thing I could think of was a damn meat hook whenever I tried to use a Coffey. Just ridiculous. Seem to remember it being some crazy deep mid curve?

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i have recently picked up my friend swd coffey curve and was wondering if bauer or easton makes a similar curve not so hardcore tho if you get what i mean


The closest you'll find in the Easton patterns is Chara. that's a 3/4'' Curve, similar to the Coffey. If you're looking for something a little less curvy, try the Heatley. It's a 1/2'' mid curve

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The Coffey curve is a very deep, but fairly closed mid-curve. If you want a less deep, but fairly closed mid curve from Bauer or Easton you could try the P88/Kane from Bauer or the Iginla from Easton (they're basically the same curve), slightly rounder toes and shorter blades though.

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