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5030SC LE Wood Stick

The Sher-Wood 5030 SC LE Wood Stick is constructed with birch multi-lamination. The two-piece aspen core adds durability and strength to the core of the stick.The white ash blade is reinforced with multidirectional and highly impact resistant fiberglass, adding to the durability.
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What does the Flex # stands for
I am interested in the Sherwoord 5030 stick. I usually buy the Paul Coffee, I see you have flex 55, 70 and 85. I'm 5'5, 135lbs, which stick would work best for me. I'm an intermediate hockey player. Thanks.
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The flex number is in terms of the stiffness of the stick. The higher the flex, the less give the stick will have when you are passing and shooting. Going buy your measurements I would go with the 85 flex. It will give you the most stability and durability.
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