The RS is Easton's top-of-the-line stick currently. Light weight construction with an elliptical profile in the taper, which results in less torsional twist and less loss of energy, giving it a quicker release. The kevlar wrapped shaft provides protection and a dampened feel as well as a lighter, stronger and better performing shaft that loads and unloads with more force. The Easton 65S is a lower end model stick and does not have the same technology as the RS. The 65S has a different composite material that is heavier, the hosel is not elliptical and blade design is multi-rib verses the compression molded composite of the RS, which is stringer and lighter.
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