View Full Version : new shaft?
04-13-2002, 03:13 AM
any ideas about a good shaft, probably about mid flex, and pretty durable. kinda light,im used to using the wood so it doesn't have to be light as a feather. and has anyone tried out the rubber shafts? my friend has been lookin at em, but are they any good?
04-13-2002, 01:24 PM
TPS Louisville Genesis, great shaft, many flexes.
TPS Louisville Response, one piece, light, custom curves coming soon or may be available already.
04-13-2002, 05:06 PM
I'm a pretty big fan of the new Easton Z-Bubble Grip (aka Metal Matrix Bubble) shaft. Lightweight. Durable. Available in a 75/100/110 flex. Usually retails for around 104.99-114.99
04-13-2002, 06:31 PM
im a fan of the eaton ultra lites myself. a great alternative if you dont want to spend alot
04-14-2002, 05:57 AM
Oh definitely! Easton Ultra Lites are like the perfect inline hockey stick. I've used Easton Ultra Lites (w/ a Ultra Graphite blade) for about 6 years now. Great stick. Enables you to really "feel" the puck. Not only is it a great stick for the money, I still think even with the release of the newer sticks/shafts (SNergy, Response, Z-Bubble), it is still one of the best performing shafts out there. Heck, just ask Paul Kariya (among many other NHL-ers).
04-18-2002, 02:18 AM
Try out the Vapor 6 or 10 from Bauer ..... they offer a great wheelbarrow handle which i find very comfy vs. the Easton conventional square handle.
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