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Easton Velocity V9E Grip Hockey Stick - Intermediate

Easton Velocity V9E Grip Hockey Stick - Intermediate

$69.98$149.99
Product Code: easv9egstkint
4.5 Stars based on 6 Review(s)
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Easton Velocity V9E Grip Hockey Stick - Intermediate

Blade:

  • NEW: HYPERTOE Tapered rib design to increase velocity off the toe
  • NEW: Segmented blade core with Airex foam for improved response and feel
  • Multi-Rib Construction for consistent performance
  • Uni-carbon blade with 3K woven wrap
  • Micro-Bladder blade design

Shaft:

  • Tuned Shaft Flex Profile for a lower kick-point, storing more energy in the taper
  • Compression molded uni-carbon shaft
  • Fused two-piece construction
  • Elliptical taper section
  • Grip Coating
  • Length: 60 Flex = 54" | 65 Flex 58"
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Easton Velocity V9E Grip Hockey Stick - Intermediate
$149.99
4.5 Stars based on 6 Review(s)
Joe C
Ashburn, VA
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Quality Stick
February 25, 2016
A very quality stick. Has been durable and arrived in only two days.

Wendy
Breezy Point, MN
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Easton Velocity V9E
February 17, 2016
I don't use it but my 13 year old does and I have not heard him complain so that right there tells me as a hockey mom from a kid who most of the time will ask for a different stick about a week after i buy him a new one too me it's a good stick.

Skupe
New Jersey
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Great Stick at a Great Price
December 3, 2015
Great lightweight stick with quick response. Particularly like the variable-lie bottom which lets me do exactly as intended - collect passes near the heel and quick shots from the toe. Before buying, I read some negative comments about how Easton sticks in general and this model in particular were prone to breaking. Been using this one between 1 to 3 games a week for the past few months and it's still solid as a (composite) rock.
Pros:
Lighweight Quick Release Good Feel for Stickhandling and Passing

McP
Milwaukee
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Great, but...
December 1, 2015
Love this sticks kick point and feel. Is light and has good puck feel. Durability is only okay, three weeks in I had many chips and superficial cracks down low. Overall I would buy it again in a heartbeat.
Pros:
Great kick point for quick shots or clappers.

Timothy
United States
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

At the highest level
November 18, 2015
This stick is one of is the best sticks I have ever used. I play at a AAA level and have played some of the best teams in the country and it met the task every time.
Pros:
Light Good Feel Flex Piont

Jeff
New York
2 Stars

Made like junk
May 7, 2015
My 85 lb son broke 2 of these sticks in one month. He loved the way he shot with it but for $200, a stick should last longer. And it's not like he is a huge person taking one timers.



By Will Limcoln from Lake Forest Il on December 29, 2013
Weight in grams for this stick

By Customer Service on December 30, 2013

Answer:
Approximately 400 grams

By bill from Seattle Washington on November 22, 2013
is this a map item
By Customer Service on November 26, 2013

Answer:
Yes, it was very recently released and is still on MAP pricing.

By Connor from Atlanta on June 30, 2014
what is the difference in laymen's terms for the V9E and V9. Also, the diff. to the V5 vs. either V9?
By Customer Service on July 1, 2014

Answer:
The V9E has an Elliptical taper - the shaft is rounder and thinner toward the bottom near the blade. This causes the shaft to flex and load further down the shaft when you're shooting, which is great for a quick release on snap shots.

The V9 has a standard shaft shape, not an Elliptical taper. This causes the shaft to flex in the more traditional position, toward the middle. This makes it a good choice for players who take lots of slapshots and tend to put more torque on the shaft when they shoot.

The V5 is like the V9 in terms of shaft shape and flex point (mid-kick), but it is heavier and the materials are less responsive.

By Nick from Bellevue, Washington on July 22, 2014
What is the length of the stick? Is it different for 60 vs 65 flex?
By Customer Service on July 22, 2014

Answer:
The 60 and 65 Flex are both 58".

Weight-
Length60 Flex = 54" | 65 Flex = 58"
Kick PointLow Kick
Construction MaterialFused 2 Piece/Uni-Carbon
BladeHypertoe/Uni-carbon w/3K Woven Wrap/Airex Foam
Shaft ShapePro Shaft Geometry
TaperElliptical Taper Profile
Shaft FinishGrip
Additional Features-
Made In-
Warranty30 Days
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