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Stealth 75S Grip Comp Stick

The Easton Stealth 75S Composite Stick is the Goldilocks of Eastons 2012 Stealth line of composite sticksbut in a good way. Positioned in the exact middle of the Stealth lineup, the Stealth 75S offers a just right combination of technologies found in its high-end siblings, without becoming fully fledged top of the line stick. Its weight is about right at 508 grams (senior), and offers a nicely balanced feel in your hands. The tapered shaft is constructed of high grade carbon composite while the composite blade is borrowed directly from its higher end sibling, the Stealth RS, and features Multi-Rib and Micro Bladder technologies, both of which improve shot accuracy, puck feel, and quick release.Grip coating on the shaft and a matte finish towards the blade continues the just right theme offering good hand/shaft control without being overly sticky. Rounded shaft edges allow the shaft to fit naturally in the hand while the long-taper gives you a leg up on stick loading and accuracy.The 75S is priced just right as well. Coming in well below the top of the line, but its not exactly cheap either. You get what you pay for though, and thats an ideal stick for players looking for a high-value, high performing stick that wont break the budget yet still offers performance that rivals the best there is. * Tapered shaft for modern composite accuracy * High-End technologies for about half the price * A just right combination of performance and value
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I noticed that the Easton sticks have some low lie numbers for youth and junior sticks. Do their lie specs work differently?
For example I would expect most of the youth and junior sticks to be about 5 , but most are 4.5 and I even see a youth 3 lie. Right now my squirt daughter uses a Louisville x lite which she loves. The lie is 6, she plays mostly defense. I was thinking Hall junoir would be good as she needs a lower lie, but I am worried the 4.5 may be a little too low? Can you comment?
Skill Level: Intermediate
Gender: Female
Age: 6-12
Frequency: 2-5 times per week
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 - Rumson,NJ
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"One rule of thumb in determining lie is to examine the tape wear at the bottom of the blade. If the tape is worn out at the heel, you might try a lower lie. If there’s a lot of wear at the toe, you might try a higher lie. If the wear is in the middle or even across the bottom, it’s probably the right lie for you."
Skill Level: Intermediate
Gender: Male
Age: 19-29
Frequency: 1 time per week
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