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Is there a "free-cut" zone on the warrior sticks?
The intermediate warrior sticks all seem to be 60" which is massive for a 12-13 year old kid. I imagine I will be cutting off 3" off of the stick. I am looking for a stick with around 65 flex. Should I get the 55 flex since I will be cutting the stick so much?
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Yes this stick does offer the "free-cut" zone. You can cut it down up to 3" and it will not effect the flex. So with the "free-cut" zone I would suggest the 70 flex, if you are use to using a 65 flex.
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