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Easton Velocity V9E Senior Hockey Stick

Easton Velocity V9E Senior Hockey Stick

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Easton Velocity V9E Senior Hockey Stick

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

Specs:

  • Stick Weight: (Approx) 430g
  • Stick Length: 60"
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Easton Hockey Stick Blade Pattern Chart - 2013 II

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Easton Velocity V9E Senior Hockey Stick
$259.99
5 Stars based on 1 Review(s)
broyles46
Omaha, NE
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Best Feel!
July 28, 2014
This stick has an amazing feel, great kick point. Though a little pricey, still worth it.
Pros:
Durable, great feel, adds nasty force to your shot.
Cons:
Not a thing. Ok, cost.



By carson from woodbridge, virginia on August 27, 2013
witch taper has proven to last longer. the elliptical or the mako style?
By Aaron @ HockeyGiant.com on August 28, 2013

Answer:
It really depends on the players shooting style and flex he chooses. I skate with guys who still have 5 year old Easton Stealth S17 (thin elliptical taper) sticks who have had very limited breakage issues.

The elliptical taper has evolved and become stronger over the years. I wouldn't worry too much about the durability in the taper of the V9E.

All composite sticks come with a 30-Day warranty as well.