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Esquire X Composite Stick

If you're looking to get into a composite stick but are hesitant about the cost of entry, look no further than the value-based performance found in the Warrior Esquire X Composite Stick. Warrior packs performance punch into the Esquire X, with a Linear Taper design that allows the stick to arc more fully and easily with every shot, and is the same technology found in their higher-end models. The stick will load easier, apexing in the middle of the shaft with a mid kick point, and will allow for more energy to travel throughout the lower half of the stick, giving you more power and a heavier shot. Fused one-piece construction furthers shot accuracy and provides for a more consistent shot when unloading from the point.Full Compression Dual Density Molding gives the stick a strong foundation, while also keeping the stick light - A hard density foam is molded directly over a soft density foam. The benefits are twofold: The harder foam helps maintain a strong exterior to work through checks or slashes, while the soft inner lining lightens the weight.Receiving crisp passes will no longer be a problem with the Esquire X. The Soft-Core X blade makes it simpler to cradle the puck after a pass hits your stick. The blade's internal backbone has a semi-rigid polyurethane that was designed to absorb vibration and make it easier to accept any type of pass.If you are looking to blast holes in the net but not in your wallet, the Esquire X Composite Stick was made for you.
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