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Easton Stealth 65SE Special Edition SR Hockey Stick Zoom

Easton Stealth 65SE Special Edition SR Hockey Stick



Reviews 5 / 5 Stars Write a Review (2) review(s) - (5.0/5)

Regular Price: $152.99
Clearance Price:$80.00

Pure Hockey Says: Here is another Pure Hockey Exclusive - you will not find this version of the stick ANYWHERE else! The Easton 65SE hockey stick is a very high quality stick at an affordable price. This may be the lightest stick for under $150 we`ve ever held in our hands. Constructed with high quality materials such as carbon fibers and Kevlar, the 65s is a great balance between durability and performance. Its tapered profile and low kick point allows the shooter get the most out of each shot as energy is efficiently transferred from the shaft to the blade. The blade itself is designed with a multi-rib pattern which keeps the blade closed through the shot to maximize accuracy and control. Easton went out and not only worked with it`s own technology team, but also asked high school and youth hockey players what they really want in a sticl. Their answer - a lightweight, durable stick that won`t bust their wallets. The result? This. Available in grip and non-grip; the 65s is a great stick in looks and functionality for its price.

• Ultra thin taper profile.
• Multi-Rib blade construction.
• Carbon/Kevlar shaft construction.
• Low kick point flex profile
• Pro shaft dimension.
• Matt blade finish
No sizing chart available
Great Stick by Logan from Aliquippa, PA ratingsratingsratingsratingsratings

i Love this stick it is so much lighter then my 55s. This stick is worth the price

Great stick by Ted from Newton, Massachusetts ratingsratingsratingsratingsratings

Picked this up for $99 - 20% during the PureHockey tent sale. Couldn't have asked for a better sub-$100 stick. First of all it looks really slick, with the white finish. It's also very light but seems to be pretty durable as well. I've been using it for about a month now, and other than some paint chips, it's good as new. My only knock is that the PH location I went to only carried the Iginla and Cammalleri patterns, when I would have gone with the Hall if it were available.