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Easton Stealth 85S II Grip Stick

Coming in just below the RS II is the Easton Stealth 85S II Grip. Combining many of the same high-quality features and similar visuals as the RS II, the Easton 85S II brings its own game to the table. With concerns of durability on the line, Easton redirected their focus and took the 85S II to a heightened level for a second time.The Easton 85S II is an advanced stick for the advanced player providing an excellent feel and balance. On the 85S II, Easton now uses a Hybrid Kevlar wrapped shaft with an ultra-thin taper that not only increases durability and makes the stick more lightweight but provides a quicker shot release and controlled puck reaction.The blade on the 85S II now uses Easton's Micro-Bladder and Multi-Rib design as seen on the RS II. The construction of the 85S II blade with the Micro-Bladder process produces a more consistent blade for improved puck feel and shot response. The blade is matte finished with graphics that are unique to the 85S II but also resemble those of the RS II.With its grip shaft, matte-finish blade and ultra-thin taper profile, the Stealth 85S II produces a high-quality look while ensuring high-quality performance.
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