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Winnwell GX-6 Junior Hockey Stick

Winnwell GX-6 Junior Hockey Stick

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Winnwell GX-6 Junior Hockey Stick

  • Winnwell GX-6 One-Piece Stick offers mid to high end performance without having to break the bank. The 50/50 carbon/fiberglass construction creates a noticeable weight difference while the folded 12K graphite weave ensures maximum performance & durability. This is an ideal stick for recreational or experienced players seeking value.
  • Finishes: Matte
  • Pro Flex Technology
  • Optimum Pro Balance
  • Extended Pro Taper
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Winnwell Hockey Stick Blade Pattern Chart

Winnwell PS112 Iginla Blade Pattern Curve Winnwell PS124 Drury Blade Pattern Curve Winnwell PS155 Getzlaf Blade Pattern Curve Winnwell PS119 Sakic Blade Pattern Curve Winnwell PS161 Nash Blade Pattern Curve Winnwell PSOV8 Ovechkin Blade Pattern Curve

Winnwell Hockey Stick Blade Pattern Specs Chart
Pattern Name Curve Type Curve Depth Face Angle Blade Lie SR Blade Length Toe Shape
PS112 Mid 1/2" Closed 5.5 Short Round
PS124 Heel 1/2" Very Open 5.5 Medium Round
PS155 Heel 1/2" Very Open 5.5 Medium Square
PS119 Mid 1/2" Open 5.5 Medium Round
PS161 Mid 1/2" Open 5.5 Medium Round
PSOV8 Heel 1/2" Very Open 5 Medium Round
Winnwell GX-6 Junior Hockey Stick
$39.98
5 Stars based on 1 Review(s)
Lesley
Oregon
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Exactly what I was looking for
June 19, 2014
I purchased this stick near the end of the season so I didn't get to use it in many games but I did get to do some stick and puck time with it and it is great. I'm a short (5'1") but heavy woman (200lbs) and am fairly strong but by the time I cut even an intermediate to size it is very unforgiving and the lie is all off. This was my first composite stick and I was worried that the flex on this would be too whippy for me just because composites are more responsive than wood to begin with but it's great. I know at some point I'll get over zealous and snap it in half but that's why I came back and bought two more to have waiting. :) Having a stick that is a more appropriate flex and lie has made my shots zippier and more accurate and has made catching passes and keeping the puck on my stick much easier. Seems like common sense, but I know plenty of women out there, myself included, who are challenged by ill fitting equipment, a lack of shops to visit to try on gear, and pushy sales clerks who just want to sell you something or don't even give you the time of day. Sometimes getting 'junior' stuff might not seem like the way to go or people don't do it as a matter of pride, but hey, its cheaper and in a lot of cases it provides a better fit. If you're a short woman playing casual hockey and looking for a good deal on a composite stick that will help improve your shot control, I'd recommend this stick or the gx-8 in junior. No cutting necessary, flex seems to be good for as much pressure/leverage as a small person can put on a stick, and GREAT price on the Winwell's. My only caution would be that if you are used to playing with a senior or int stick, the diameter of the shaft on the junior sticks is smaller. I got used to it but it felt strange at first.
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By hockey from USA on December 27, 2013
What is the length of this stick?
By Customer Service on December 30, 2013

Answer:
52"

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