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RBZ 60 Grip Composite Stick

Strap a rocket to the puck with the CCM RBZ 60 powered by TaylorMade. Though the RBZ 60 is the little brother to the regular RBZ, it still offers most of the same technology but this time at a lower price.The RBZ 60 still brings the power of TaylorMade's cutting-edge technology to the sport of hockey.As opposed to the SpeedBlade Technology used in the RBZ, the RBZ 60 uses a foam core that is slightly heavier but still packs a powerful punch. The foam cuts down on blade tension and allows you to cradle the puck with ease.In the world of golf, TaylorMade introduced the Coefficient of Restitution. Also known as the trampoline effect. In hockey terms, this is where the blade releases stored energy upon impact. This technology helps eliminate energy lost on impact and maximizes puck speed off the blade, resulting in harder passes and heavier shots.The RBZ 60 is constructed with slightly modified composite material when compared to the standard RBZ. This composite is still Grade A material, but it's slightly heavier, clocking in at a healthy 499 grams vs 454 grams (senior size) of its uber-light older brother. The extra weight makes the RBZ 60 ideal for defensive players, stronger players, or any players just looking for a darn good value.The RBZ 60 still features Power Swing Technology, which provides a finer weight and flex distribution, giving you more torque on your follow-through and a quicker release. The constant stiffness of the shaft gives you a customized kick-point for optimal loading.The RBZ 60 was designed for the player who wants to fire an accurate shot that will blow a hole in the back of the net.Dont just shoot the puck. Drive it.
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does the ccm rbz 60 grip composite stick break easy?
Frequency: 2-5 times per week
asked 2 years, 4 months ago
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Real tough call on any sticks durability, but The RBZ 60 is a dependable higher end stick that can withstand the abuse and dish it out. CCM has put alot of time and finances into their techology of the RBZ 60 and stands by them. But as you know, some sticks can last 10 days, others can last 5 years.
Skill Level: Advanced
Gender: Male
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