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Busch Hockey Sticks

Busch is a swiss company that produces one-piece composite sticks.
They also created a new material in cooperation with the ETH Zürich and EPFL Lausanne.

http://www.busch-hockey.com

Here you can create your own stick
http://mystick.busch-hockey.com/app/...sch-hockey.com

The interesting thing for me is, that they make a senior stick with 70 flex and i plan on buying it. But befor i do that, i wanted to ask if somebody has experience with their products. So, does anybody of u own a Busch stick or know anything about this brand?

Edit: Here's a pressrelease about the new material:
http://www.busch-hockey.com/index.cf...ards_09_en.pdf


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I remember these sticks in the late 90s/early 2000s. I had a chance to demo one and loved it but the price at the time was out of my range. Being that it was over 10 years ago, I can't give a good review.

So they're making sticks again? I might have to look into this. I'm kinda hung up on my se16 but I know there's been about 3 easton releases since the 16 so I know eventually there's gonna be a limited supply.

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I didn't see a senior 70, only an 85.

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I found this one at a local store: http://www.chip-hockeyshop.com/produ...3&cat=4&page=2

I think i need a new steck in the next season. I'm currently using a 87, cut down to 95, flex stick at a height of 5"6' and 130-140 lbs. It was my first season so i just took the cheapest stick.
Would you recommend a senior stick with 70 flex or would a int stick do the job ?

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I found this one at a local store: http://www.chip-hockeyshop.com/produ...3&cat=4&page=2

I think i need a new steck in the next season. I'm currently using a 87, cut down to 95, flex stick at a height of 5"6' and 130-140 lbs. It was my first season so i just took the cheapest stick.
Would you recommend a senior stick with 70 flex or would a int stick do the job ?
At your height and weight an intermediate would probably get the job done just fine.

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Thx for the reply. I'm going to buy a INT stick. Can you recommend me a Int stick for under 100.- ?
I saw some actions and am deciding betwenn a NBH VAPOR XXII/IX or a Salming Matrix/Evolution/Diablo. Can anybody recommend me any one of these sticks? I'm looking for a stick which is durable. It doesn't have to be a high performance stick.

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