Reebok SHK Senior Wood Hockey Stick

Reebok SHK Senior Wood Hockey Stick

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Product Code: rbkshkstksr
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Reebok SHK Senior Wood Hockey Stick

  • Multi-lam shaft construction
  • Injected blade
  • New long lasting glossy finish
  • Also recommended for street hockey
  • Patterns: P87A Crosby

ABS Sticks are not intended for ice hockey. They are designed for inline and street hockey use only.

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Reebok Hockey Stick Blade Pattern Chart - 2013

Reebok P87A Crosby Blade Pattern; Crosby CurveReebok P38 Datsyuk Blade Pattern; Datsyuk CurveReebok P42 Duchene Blade Pattern; Duchene CurveReebok P36A Phaneuf Blade Pattern; Phaneuf CurveReebok P40 Perron Blade Pattern; Perron CurveReebok P46 Bergeron Blade Pattern; Bergeron Curve
Reebok SHK Senior Wood Hockey Stick
$18.99
1 Stars based on 1 Review(s)
gman
oly wa
1 Stars

wears down quick
March 4, 2014
got this stick and used it once. looked down at my blade and realized it was half the size as it was when it was new



By Andres G from Chicago Illinois on January 27, 2014
is this hockey stick intended for only street hockey. If not will the stick not perform the same if recommended for street, but still mutual for ice hockey?
By Customer Service on January 28, 2014

Answer:
It is only recommended for street and inline use. It will not work well for ice hockey because the blade is not be rigid enough to be used with ice hockey pucks.

By glenn from wa on March 4, 2014
can i put a replacement blade on this?
By Customer Service on March 6, 2014

Answer:
Wood sticks are not designed with that capability. Only composite shafts and some one piece composite sticks (once the blade is cut off and the opening of the shaft is exposed) can be used with replacement blades.

By Eric from New York on October 21, 2013
I am 5'10 without skates on. Would this stick be long enough for me?
By Jeremiah at HockeyGiant.com on October 22, 2013

Answer:
If the sticks you use usually come up to about chin level, this one will be just the right height for you. You can always cut it down if necessary.

By James from Fate, Tx on November 13, 2014
What would be a good wood stick to use on ice for a beggining sr? I am just learning and not looking to pay the price of a composite stick if I can help it. Thanks
By Customer Service on November 13, 2014

Answer:
I would recommend the Sherwood T10 Stick. The reason I wouldn't recommend the SHK for anything other than street hockey, is that it has an ABS blade, which is usually not rigid enough for ice hockey pucks. The T10 would be a great choice.

By damon from freeport maine on September 23, 2013
How long? I'm 6'5", I need a long stick. who makes the longest shafted wooden stick?

By Customer Service on September 23, 2013

Answer:
Just about every wood stick out there is going to be too short for someone 6'5". The Sherwood T10 and Sherwood 5030 Wood stick are going to be some of the longer wooden sticks out there.