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Bentley X Grip Stick

Entry-level no longer means cheaply-made. With today's composite technology, more and more performance is being pumped into entire stick lineups.Enter the Warrior Bentley X. With the same Precision Taper flex found in its top-of-the-line siblings, the Bentley X Grip focuses shot power and energy into the bottom portion of the shaft, allowing for quicker power transfer from your hands to the blade while also improving accuracy - ideal for sharpshooters and offensive players needing a quick release when attacking the net.The Soft Core X blade helps you retain passes before you take the shot. The internal backbone of the blade absorbs vibration and helps you settle the puck onto your stick. The full-composite construction is also very responsive, giving you a supreme feel while carrying the puck.The Bentley X also has a powerful construction with the Composite Deluxe technology. This solid makeup helps the wear and tear of everyday use with high-pressure, two-way shaft molding, which will assist in keeping your stick intact, with many players reporting excellent longevity.Full Compression Dual Density Molding gives a strong foundation but keeps the stick light. This process molds a hard-density foam directly over the soft-density foam. The harder foam helps maintain a strong exterior to work through checks or slashes, while the soft inner lining preserves Warrior's reputation of making very lightweight sticks.The Bentley X represents a solid package that plays above its price.
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