Sher-Wood Rekker EK60 Grip Composite Hockey Stick - Senior

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Sher-Wood Rekker EK60 Grip Composite Hockey Stick - Senior

2015 | 20778-41
Sher-Wood Rekker EK60 Grip Composite Hockey Stick - Senior is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 8.
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What's graphene, you ask? Only the coolest composite material to show up on the sports scene in ages.

Graphene has been integrated into the key breakage areas of the Sher-Wood REKKER EK60 Grip Composite Hockey Stick to make your stick not only lighter, but more durable and more resistant against hacks and slashes.


That's right! At just 385 grams, the REKKER EK60 by Sher-Wood is the lightest composite stick you can buy. The carbon fibre, infused with graphene, and the handcrafted quality of the REKKER EK60 Composite Hockey Stick makes it the perfect partner on the ice. Just what you need to get in there and fire off fast shots like it's nobodys business.


The best thing about the Sher-Wood REKKER EK60? It does what you tell it to do. That means that it is every bit as good as you are, without holding you back. You react, and the stick reacts, working in sync like a team that has practiced together so much that they move as one. It is like your own hand, responding immediately and instinctively.

45 Flex= 52"
35 Flex= 48"
Weight:385 GramsWeight of the product measured in grams.
Construction Material:Carbon FiberType of material the product is made of.
Kick Point Position:LowInflection point where maximum stored energy is released.
Blade Construction:VRF.2 BladeType of material the blade is made of.
Warranty:30 DaysPeriod of time the product is covered under a manufacturer's warranty.
Family:RekkerThe product line within the brand.

Sherwood Blade Pattern Chart - 2018

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Stick I went from using a Bauer Vapor APX2 to this stick. I have to say this is my favorite stick I have ever used. It out performed the APX2 in every way. My Sherwood did break but it was after using it in 50+ games as well as 50+ hours of practice, it was very durable for me. I took a lot of heavy slashes and off balance slappers and it survived with no problems. Only minor chipping to the paint on the stick. The thing I like the most about this stick is how light and responsive it feels. The stick feels thin and strong in your hands with sharper corners than a lot of sticks. I really loved the stick. Don't shy away from it because it is not as expensive as other models. The value is there.
Date published: 2015-12-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Best Stick You're Not Using Feather Light. Great flex. Durable. And best part is that the stick is appropriate length for young players.
Date published: 2016-12-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Super light and responsive Just bought this stick and right away in practice i noticed i was stick handling all over people. The response is awesome. Its super light. Very happy with this stick. I went with the 65 flex, wanting a whippier stick. We will see how it holds up in next few weeks. Wrist shots feel way more 'snap" than my previous warrior stick. I am new to the game and dont know the " feel " of a good stick yet but i could tell right away that this stick improved my game.
Date published: 2015-12-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The best ever I have used Sherwood sticks my whole life , I talked my 14 year old who is a great player into going with this stick instead of the two sticks the other kids use , he is amazed and so is everyone in the locker room that picks it up !
Date published: 2018-03-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Sick Twig I got this beast for Christmas and it's probably the nastiest twig I've ever owned. It's light it feels great in the hands my dangles have never been dirtier. I would rate it 6/5 if they would let me. Be a beauty and pick up an EK60
Date published: 2016-04-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantastic stick for a great price! So, I bought this stick and have only used it for 2 games so far. It has been a fantastic performing stick. I ended up going with a 75 flex because I wanted something whippier than my current 85 flex. The stick overall feels great. It is a bit shorter than my old v9e, but the Lie 5 on this blade makes it the perfect length for me (6'3" 190ish lbs) when playing up front. I took a nasty slash on the last game I played and when I went to look at it, it looks like it only cracked the graphics on the lower part of the shaft where it attaches to the blade. There was no visible damage to the carbon fiber/graphene under the graphics, so I would say it's pretty strong. We'll see how it holds up later on down the road. Overall, this is a fantastic stick and is ridiculously light and responsive for what you pay for it. My only gripe is that the shaft overall feels a bit narrower on the 75 flex than my other 85 flex sticks were. Not sure if this is due to me using a lower flex, or if it is just the way the sherwood sticks got down to 385grams. It took a bit of getting used to, but is not an issue now.
Date published: 2015-11-04
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Broke in less than 2 months First off let me start by saying we live in Central MN over 1 hour away from the closest Total Hockey store. I bought this stick for my son at Total Hockey in Bloomington MN in December, based upon the sale person's recommendation. He is a Bantam A who is 5 6" and 135 pounds. I bought him the top of the line Easton Stealth one month before, which he broke in a tournament in Owatonna that weekend. So we stopped in at Total Hockey on our way home to from Owatonna back to Central MN. It was the second Stealth my son had broke, so although he liked them, I wanted to move him towards something that would be more durable, to ease the pain on my pocket book. The sales person sold him on the feel of the stick and sold me by stating it would last the rest of the regular season. It was also nice that it came as a Senior with a shorter length and a flex that worked with my sons physique. Well unfortunately the stick did not last. After less than 2 months of only regular indoor youth hockey season use, it broke. I could understand if it broke on a slash, a slap shot, or during a check, but it broke in practice for no apparent reason. Of course the warranty is only 1 month. So now the night before his district playoffs, he is left with no stick. Not cool Sherwood and Total Hockey.
Date published: 2017-02-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Stick Super light and has good grip. This is the second one I have owned.
Date published: 2018-02-14
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what is the stick length of the EK60 Junior 35 flex

Asked by: brsmo2019
The 35 flex is 48" long. Thanks!
Answered by: Tyler R
Date published: 2019-07-22

What curve is most similar to the Easton E36 curve?

Asked by: TysonG123
There is not going to be an exact match but the closest would the the PP88. Thanks!
Answered by: Tyler R
Date published: 2018-07-22

What kickpoint is this stick?

Asked by: 8771
This stick has a low kick point
Answered by: Kyle N
Date published: 2017-10-08

What cruve

What is the same as P88-kane cruve
Asked by: Luis
Starbucks only
Answered by: Utah
Date published: 2017-05-24

what is the length of your ek60 sticks do you have 60in?

Asked by: cassT
The EK60 is 59.5"
Answered by: Marc G
Date published: 2017-07-27

Whats the overall length

Asked by: Belch
The length on this stick is approximately 59.5 inches.
Answered by: Cory
Date published: 2017-05-24

What curve is most like the Easton E3 curve?

Asked by: ERigg21
The PP26 would be the most similar to the E3
Answered by: Cory
Date published: 2017-05-24

What lies does the Sherwood Ek60 come in?

Asked by: Adlys8
Both the PP26 and PP88 are lie 6.
Answered by: NickW
Date published: 2017-05-24
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