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Graf Canada LTD. Ultra G75 Stick

Using 100% carbon fiber material, the Ultra G75 Grip Composite Stick features D3 flex zones that will enhance the flex differential between the blade and the handle end of the shaft for an improved kick. The longer taper in the G75 allows for a better feel on all style of shooting and the higher modulus graphite adds a third rate of flex for a faster response. Similar to the Supra G55, the Ultra G75 Grip Stick incorporates a thin blade design and ultra lite dynamic weighting system that not only optimizes the balance and weight of the stick, but it also helps create livelier shots and a better trajectory.
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is the shaft closer in dimension to an easton or a ccm reebok
In the youth sticks the CCM/Reebok have a much smaller shaft then a Easton or Bauer. Could you listen the dimension of the shaft and the CCM and Easton for comparison?

Lastly would also like to know the dimension of the youth miken shaft if possible
Skill Level: Intermediate
Gender: Male
Frequency: 2-5 times per week
asked 2 years, 2 months ago
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The Graf composite youth stick dimensions in are slightly different in feel from the Reebok and the Bauer sticks. Reebok has the smallest and thinnest shaft followed next in line by Bauer. The Graf stick is slightly larger/wider in diameter than both the Bauer and Reebok youth composite sticks, but not by much.
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answered 2 years, 2 months ago
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What do the blade pattern numbers represent ?
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Age: 6-12
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asked 1 year, 4 months ago
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The numbers represent the curve pattern. For example the 77 would represent a Coffey blade pattern.
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