Sher-Wood 5030 Heritage Wood Stick - Senior

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Sher-Wood 5030 Heritage Wood Stick - Senior

2015 | 25387-41
Sher-Wood 5030 Heritage Wood Stick - Senior is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 14.
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Sher-Wood has continued their commitment to offer light, reliable, and responsible low-kick hockey sticks. The great thing about the 5030 Heritage Wood Stick is that everyone already knows this stick has what it takes to light the lamp. Many of us have used this stick playing in our youth; now, the 5030 is better than ever.

The legendary wood feel brings most of us back to the great days of old-style hockey, while the shaft is covered with multi-layer birch lamination for a smooth and finished look. The blade is superior white ash with mulit-directional and highly impact-resistant fiberglass to ensure you can accept those hard passes as well as put the puck in the back of the net.

Another great feature is its reliability. Forget paying hundreds of dollars for a high-end stick that could break fairly quickly. The 5030 Heritage Wood Stick offers an affordable alternative that will outlast countless slashes and slap shots.

Old-style hockey meets new-world technology. Pick up your 5030 Heritage Wood Stick at Total Hockey today.

Weight:610 GramsWeight of the product measured in grams.
Length:60 InchesLength of the product measured in inches.
Construction Material:Aspen coreType of material the product is made of.
Shaft Design:TraditionalShape of the shaft edge.
Warranty:N/APeriod of time the product is covered under a manufacturer's warranty.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Sherwood PMP 5030 stick Got this as a xmas gift. Great stick. Used these back in junior high & high school in the late 70's early 80's. Love the wood feel & sound. Lot's of great memories w/this stick. Hope the keep making them.
Date published: 2018-01-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Why would you use any other stick? True, games evolve and, with them, so does equipment. But while it may make sense to buy the most protective helmet you can afford, when it comes to sticks, ask yourself if you are really going to play better with an expensive one. And if the performance difference between this Sherwood cut from the hinterlands of Canada and a more expensive one developed in the laboratory is negligible, then take the opportunity to keep some old time hockey in your game and use this one. Yeah, maybe I'm crazy but there's nothing that makes me feel more connected to the players of yesteryear than this stick. And so, when I lace up my skates and get out on the ice, my fantasy life kicks into full gear with this stick and, since the NHL isn't in my future, the fantasy is as close as I can get.
Date published: 2018-03-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from light, flexy real nice stick thats not gonna break the bank. pp26 stasny blade has a wicked curve that'll lift your pucks for sure. blade is thinner, its started to delaminate and no pvc core to reinforce so make sure to keep it wrapped if you're playing on asphalt or concrete. but overall a good twig
Date published: 2017-11-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wooden Stick still an amazing Shot The 5030 is still amazing. I use the Ryan II P88, I like the lie, I think it;s a 6 and not a big curve. Feels like a sturdier stick than woods with the great feel of the puck for stickhandking.
Date published: 2017-11-14
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Woodie Decent stick....but too short. Needs to be about 5” longer so it could be cut to fit. Granted, I’m 6’3” but still too short if you’re over 6’
Date published: 2018-01-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Never going back to a composite! I've played hockey for both inline and ice for roughly 25 years now and this is by far the most fun and durable stick I've ever used. As a disclaimer for starters, I do use composites on ice but this is a fantastic back up. I mostly play inline now and have been using a composite since 2006 but ever since Sherwood released this classic twig I've been wanting to try it out/have it for my hockey cave. It turns out I should've bought two or three of them because this isn't going on a shelf anytime soon. I taped it up in the traditional Bobby Orr fashion and took it to stick and shoot today. ABSOLUTELY blown away with the amount of power and accuracy this stick had to offer. I grew up using the Coffey curve so it was easy to slip right back into the groove and puck feel. The way to shot came off the stick was magical. Back hands, huge clappers, wristers, and slap passing/saucing was perfect. I gave up no speed compared to a composite but rather gained speed with my shots. If you're a defenseman or just someone who loads up huge shots, the heavier the stick the better when it comes to inline. Again, I prefer composite on the ice, but this will probably be the only stick I ever buy again. The durability is there, along with style and graphics. I highly recommend this to anyone looking to spice things up and get back to an old style feel of a stick. Also, the weight is laughable. I couldn't tell the difference between the weight of this one compared to some of my big named composites. Do yourself a favor and go buy this stick, you won't be dissapointed.
Date published: 2017-02-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from It's what I need, for what I want... I only bought the stick, as I am using it to have none other than Bobby Hull autograph it at a card shop on Sunday...It fit's the situation, as when he played, he at first used a wooden stick, I had a wooden stick already, but I bought the wrong curvature...I had a righty shot stick, and I needed a southpaw shot...It fits the need and it is appropriate, as Bobby more or less "invented" the curved stick...(As the team was taking their equipment into the visitor's locker area, a stick had accidentally got wedged under a door, and the blade got bent...He used it in practice, and discovered that when he shot the puck, it was raised off the ice...After that, a curved stick was the "norm"...Bobby Hull changed Hockey, and your stick will represent your business glowingly, with an eye on the history and the changes in the game... And I will have a small piece of history.. thank you very much...
Date published: 2018-04-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Made hockey FUN again! First off I have been using top of the line composite sticks for probably 10 years and continue to use them today. This stick I picked up for an up coming pond hockey tournament cause it's ralatively non-competitve and I thought it would be fun to use a classic wood stick for the occasion. Turns out this stick is awesome! I was surprised how comfortable it was when I first picked it up and handled a hockey ball around the house with it. Decided to take it out to a casual pickup game at my local rink thinking I would use it for 5 minutes and switch back to my composite but I ended using it for the entire skate. I'll honestly admit that I prefer the way the puck felt on this stick better than my composites. In a world of extra stiff carbon blades, the softer and more forgiving feel of the wooden blade was a nice change. The only real stand out performance difference besides the weight factor (which really aint too bad) that I noticed was with shooting. While the stick feels great to shoot with, it does not produce the same high-velocity, hard shots you get with composites. Don't get me wrong, the puck gets going, it just requires a little more effort on the shooter. Also, I'm gonna go ahead and assume that this stick is gonna lose it's 'spunk' pretty quickly but hey that's why they're only $40. Other than that this stick played right up there with my other twigs. So in conclusion, awesome stick. For casual to somewhat competitive games, pond hockey and just messig around it is both a great performer and a fun stick to use. If your a kid playing AAA hockey yeah stick to the composites because they certainly do give you an edge but for a fellow beer-leaguer who's days of playing competitive hockey are long behind them I think this is a great option. Save yourself some beer money and pick up a few of these! By the way, the listed length is 60" inches but I was pleasantly surprised that mine was actually 63"!
Date published: 2016-12-02
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Which blade pattern number is the Coffey curve?

Asked by: Heffa
PP77 is the Coffey blade pattern. Thanks!
Answered by: Tyler R
Date published: 2019-01-17

what is PP26,PP27,PP28

Asked by: Hemi
Those number are the different blade patterns that we have for that stick
Answered by: Andrewf
Date published: 2018-11-20

Is this stick made in Canada or the Ukraine?

Asked by: Russ
These are made in Canada.
Answered by: Nick W
Date published: 2018-11-20
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