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The Easton Stealth 75S Composite Stick is the Goldilocks of Eastons 2012 Stealth line of composite sticks--but 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 top-of-the-line, this is an ideal stick for players looking for a high-value, high-performing stick that wont break the budget. It still offers performance that rivals the best sticks on the market.
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Cutting hockey stick
Easton Stealth 75S
How much does cutting this stick affect the flex?It is 85 now, If I cut 4" off this stick what will that do to the flex?
Skill Level: Intermediate
Gender: Male
Age: Over 40
Frequency: 2-5 times per week
asked 11 months ago
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Anonymous
on Stealth 75S Grip Comp Stick
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The general rule of thumb when trimming down sticks is that for every 2" cut its adds 7 flex, for every 4" it adds 15 flex and for every 6" it adds a total of 23 flex.
Skill Level: Advanced
Gender: Male
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