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how is this stick on the ice? will it last a few years?
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does it come in grip?
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Do any of the new "True" hockey sticks come in a 70" length like Warrior?
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Is TH selling the grip or non-grip finish?
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Warrior Covert DT2 Grip Comp Stick

The Warrior Covert DT2 Composite Stick has two carbon fiber support structures that reinforce the blade core. This will increase the endurance and blade strength compared to other sticks. This is accompanied with the Hardcore X Blade construction, which keeps the blade extremely light. The Hardcore X Blade Core will also add a higher compression rate, meaning that the bands inside the blade are more compact, adding more force to your shots.The bottom of the blade is wrapped in Aramid sole - tough fibers that increase impact toughness. Carbonized glass fibers wrap the blade, helping to resist cracking and chipping. Both of these features will keep your blade durable but does not take away from the high level of power you want to unload in your shots.The DT2 also features the Dagger Taper Technology featured in all Warrior Covert sticks. This feature allows the stick to stay stiff in the hand area, while giving more flex to the bottom of the shaft and the blade. This technology allows the shaft to remain stable, while giving the puck carrier the illusion that the puck is bigger, making it easier to keep it on your blade.The Mandrel Mold Shaft gives a double concave shape, letting the stick rest easier in your hands. The high-fused construction of the stick keeps the stick from twisting on harder shots, improving accuracy and stick control.
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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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