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Easton Stealth 65S II Grip Stick

The Easton Stealth 65S II Composite Stick has many pro inspired features for a great mid-level price. Great for beginner to intermediate players the 65S II brings its A game with features such as pro-shaft geometry and micro bladder and multi-rib blade construction. Lightweight and durability in a mid-grade stick help give the 65S II a leg up its rival sticks. The pro inspired shaft is constructed Carbon/Kevlar for added durability and reduced weight, while the composite blade is borrowed directly from its higher end siblings, the Stealth RS II, 85S II, and 75S II. The blade features Multi-Rib and Micro Bladder technologies, both of which improve shot accuracy, puck feel, and add a 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. Elliptical taper profile allows the shaft to fit naturally in the hand while the long-taper gives you a leg up on stick loading and accuracy. The 65S II is priced just right as well. Coming in well below the top of the line you get 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.
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How will this stick hold up on concrete? I play more pick up games at local concrete rinks and I'm looking for a better stick that can hold up
Skill Level: Beginner
Gender: Male
Frequency: More than 5 times per week
asked 1 year ago
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Anonymous
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If it is that nice smooth concrete that inline and floor hockey is played on then the stick will last. On the more rough, sandpaper like surfaces the stick will not have the durability to take the abuse. So, in all it can be used but is not recommended.
Skill Level: Advanced
Gender: Male
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What blade type should I get?
Hall, Ignila, or Cammalari

I play girls ice hockey and i dont know which to choose? any help? thank you!
Skill Level: Intermediate
Gender: Female
Age: 13-18
Frequency: 2-5 times per week
asked 7 months ago
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Anonymous
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Curve preference all depends of what you like. The Hall, maybe the most popular, is for people who like keep the pucks towards the toe and lift the heel off the ice in order to load the blade. The Cammalari is more of a straighter curve and keeps more of the blade on the ice for stickhandling on both sides. Finally, the Iginla pattern is a smaller blade intended for quick hands and puck handling. The basic Mid curve allows for shots to come from anywhere on the blade.
Skill Level: Advanced
Gender: Male
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