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how is this stick on the ice? will it last a few years?
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9K Grip Composite Stick

* Dual matrix technology creates a spring loading effect at the kick point for a quick and deadly release * Spear technology encompasses a design with a low blade/shaft connection point for superior energy transfer * Guided blade technology adds dimples to the blade to help guide the puck trajectory and increase stiffness * Optibalance design strategically integrates weight at the top of the shaft to improve balance and provide a live feel * Griptonite Reebok griptonite proprietary grip enhances control for better reaction speed * Ultra light weight * 30 Day Manufacturer's Warranty
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Youth or Junior
Hoping someone can provide some good insight... I have an 8yr old son, just moving up from mites to squirt level. He is small for his age, barely 4' tall, weighs in at a whopping 58 lbs... I would like to get him a decent composite stick, but am torn between getting a youth or junior. I think the flex of the youth would help him have more power on his shots, but I don't want something so flimsy he will break it in no time. And there is always the growth factor... Any suggestions from those of you with experience in this regard? Thankyou!!
Skill Level: Beginner
Age: 6-12
Frequency: 2-5 times per week
asked 2 years, 5 months ago
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hckylvr90
on 9K Grip Composite Stick
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Taking your players size in to consideration, he would be best suited for a youth stick. A junior will have a bigger diameter and a stiffer flex which could hinder his puck control and shooting.
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