STX Stallion HPR Composite Hockey Stick [Youth]

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STX Stallion HPR Composite Hockey Stick [Youth]

2017 | 27039-11
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Designed with the elite player in mind, the STX Stallion HPR Composite Stick is ready to hit the ice and advance your game to a higher level. The HPR in the name stands for High Performance Ratio. HPR represents a new era in STX sticks and is designed with an ultra-high balance point providing the player with the ultimate balance between durability and performance. Additionally, the Power Flex ProfileTM provides a constant load and consistent release of energy during the shooting motion. The shaft of this stick is designed with 3K Carbon Fiber spear construction with Nano-Enhanced Resin which makes the stick both lightweight and durable. When STX designed this stick, they started with the blade of the stick. The all new Pureblade PowerTM blade has 3K weave on the face of the blade which provides for maximum pop and has loosely woven 18k weave on the back of the blade for weight reduction. This blade design allowed STX to move the balance point up higher. The ultra-high balance point amplifies the feel and playability of the stick giving the player optimal control.

The STX Stallion HPR stick is lightweight, has great feel and plenty of blade pop. Skate onto the ice with confidence with the all new Stallion HPR Composite stick!

Length:45 InchesLength of the product measured in inches.
Kick Point Position:MidInflection point where maximum stored energy is released.
Shaft Design:Square GeometryShape of the shaft edge.
Warranty:30 daysPeriod of time the product is covered under a manufacturer's warranty.
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Where's the blade chart for STX Stallion sticks?

Asked by: docwesley
Hello, I have attached a blade chart image to this answer.
Answered by: Nick W
Date published: 2017-10-07
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