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Tour Spoiler Wave Senior Grip Hockey Shaft

Tour Spoiler Wave Senior Grip Hockey Shaft

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Tour Spoiler Wave Grip Senior Hockey Shaft


  • Wave system converts power directly to the kick point
  • Graphite composite high pressure resin
  • Soff tecc grip surface contoured pro radius
  • Shaft Length w/wood stick end - 53"
$32.98Regular $47.99
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Tour Spoiler Wave Senior Grip Hockey Shaft
4 Stars based on 5 Review(s)
Wilmington NC
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

October 21, 2014
I like it as much as my Bauer x80. For the $, you can't beat it. Seriously, look at the price again and remember the technology in these shafts is generic.
Light weight, durability, good shot.

4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Sweet Shaft
May 29, 2014
The waves do not affect your play and are too low to come into contact with your bottom hand anyway. Great light weighted shaft with a butt-end at the handle. The butt-end is a bonus because if you have to cut the stick shorter then you are not cutting the actual composite shaft. The only issue is that the shaft is larger than most blades need. In order to make up for this, wrap a layer or two of tape around the part of the blade that goes inside the shaft. I've done this a couple of times and have had no problem.

Paul again
4 Stars

shaft "waves" are a non-issue
October 15, 2012
After having skated twice with this shaft now, the waves are a non-issue. I either have my lower hand right above the waves or if I do hold lower, they feel fine- takes about 30 seconds to get used to it and in the heat of the game, you don't think about it. Have paired this shaft with a composite blade as well but overall it's too light so will go back to putting this shaft with a heavier wood blade. Great value.

3 Stars

Not bad, worthy to give it a try
October 15, 2012
I installed Reebok 2K ABS blade on this shaft.<br><br>First, this shaft is a little larger than regulat size, so, you may need a little bit more stick glue. I used a layer of tape to fil the gaps between the Reebok blade and the Tour shaft.<br><br>The end plug is made of wood...low quality of polishing...China...what can you ask ........... The end plug pay be about 6".....I am 5'9" and the shaft is about 47". However, after the albde is added on...it feels a little bit too long...but if take out the end plug, it feels too shrt...so..I keep it there.<br><br>One thing need to knw is that China did not glue this wood plug well. So, if you head strange sound which sounds like something is broken inside the shaft...it is because the wood plug is moving inside the shaft due to not been glued well.<br><br>I did heat treatment and reinstall the end plud, no more strange sounds. Fixed the problem myself.<br><br>Overall, shooting is not bad, but I cannot tell the difference between the WAVE system and my other shafts.....which are 2012 new model and all have special energy transfer function...so...this is the reason why I could not tell the difference....<br><br>Bleace can also be another reason that I could not tell the difference as TOUR does not make their own blades.

3 Stars

non-traditional shaft
September 25, 2012
The picture doesn't show this but about two-thirds down the shaft the rectangular shaft becomes a series of "waves" or undulations. I have no idea how this will perform or if I want to try it. Not sure if my lower hand will come in contact with this area or stay just above it. The description talks about the "waves" but you don't realize the shaft takes on a very different look and feel.

By Namo from Brooklyn on April 11, 2014
Will this shaft be a good size for someone 5"6 either with or without the wood plug?
By Customer Service on April 16, 2014

It will likely need to be cut down a few inches, but it will certainly work. You may want to consider an intermediate shaft.