Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Easton Stealth S19 Hockey Stick Review

Easton Stealth S19 Hockey Stick Review

As you would expect from the top-of-the-line Easton, the S19 is a very light, lively, responsive stick with a strong blade that will hold it's liveliness throughout the life of the stick.

Available with or without the grip coating.

The Kevlar® wrapped compression molded shaft uses multiple layers of thin material creating a very light, very responsive stick and allows it to stay lively longer.

The TORX™ Elliptical Technology in the shaft is shaped to store and release torque and flex simultaneously allowing you to get your shots off faster. (Also available on the S17)

The Micro-Bladder™ Multi Rib™ blade is engineered to control torque and flex when shooting and improve your accuracy. The Carbon wrapped high density core lets you feel the puck so you can look at the target, not your blade.

The Making of the S19:

Order from Amazon:
Easton Stealth S19 Hockey Stick - Senior 2010 Right\Sakic\85
Easton Stealth S19 Composite Stick [INTERMEDIATE]
Easton Stealth S19 Grip Hockey Stick - Senior 2010

If the Easton S19 is out of your price range, Amazon is offering some great deals on the Easton Stealth S17 Composite Stick [SENIOR]. The S17 isn't as durable as the S19, but unless you're taking heavy slap shops, the S17 should hold up just fine. Also keep in mind that the S17's are more flexible than they are rated, so order a slightly stiffer flex than you're used to. Definitely worth saving the $100 if you don't break sticks very often.

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