Sher-Wood Rekker M80 Grip Composite Hockey Stick - Senior

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Sher-Wood Rekker M80 Grip Composite Hockey Stick - Senior

2019 | 39357-41
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The Sher-Wood Rekker M80 ice hockey stick includes many features and technologies for the players who are looking for a high-performing, low-kick point model at a great value. 

  • Dropkick Taper for an enhanced quick release
  • Blackline XXV carbon fiber for excellent response
  • Resinjection for increased structural strength
  • VRF.4 blade for improved puck feel
  • Spear Shaft technology for more consistency

When choosing a new hockey stick for your upcoming season, it is important to focus on kick point. Finding the right kick point for you will help take your on-ice performance to the next level. If you’re unsure which kick point suits your game best, or you’re looking for an accurate assessment, visit your local Pure Hockey. 

The Rekker line represents Sher-Wood’s low-kick point option, developed for players who take quick-motion shots, mostly shoot close to the net, and are looking for an advantage in release speed over power. In the high-end 2019 Rekker sticks, including the M80, Sher-Wood enhances the standard low-kick model with their Dropkick Taper. This design drops the taper further down the hosel than the typical low-kick model, helping to generate more quickness when shooting.

The Rekker M80 features some other top-of-the-line technologies, including the Blackline XXV carbon fiber. This proprietary weave design makes this carbon fiber very responsive, ensuring the stick acts how you want it to during play, whether you’re stickhandling, passing, or shooting. The M80 also includes the new Resinjection System to prolong performance and help keep the stick pop you need to consistently produce quick, powerful shots. 

Another new technology included in the Rekker M80 is the VRF.4 blade. This model is new to Sher-Wood sticks, offering a thinner and lighter blade without sacrificing strength. And by incorporating advanced foams within the structure, this blade profile provides solid durability and a great feel for the puck.

Sher-Wood also includes their trusted Spear Shaft technology. This feature, included in some of Sher-Wood’s proven, high-end sticks, makes the shaft run through the heel of the blade. This design provides better puck feel and a more consistent flex profile. 

The Rekker M80 hockey stick is built for the player who skates a few times per week or more, but any player can benefit from the high-end features this stick provides.

Weight:460 GramsWeight of the product measured in grams.
Length:60"Length of the product measured in inches.
Measured Product:60" PP26 85 FlexThe specifications of the product used to measure weight and length.
Construction Material:Blackline XXVType of material the product is made of.
Kick Point Position:LowInflection point where maximum stored energy is released.
Shaft Design:Spear ShaftShape of the shaft edge.
Blade Construction:VRF.4 BladeType of material the blade is made of.
Tapered:Dropkick TaperShaft width gets thinner towards the blade
Warranty:30 DaysPeriod of time the product is covered under a manufacturer's warranty.
Family:RekkerThe product line within the brand.

Sherwood Hockey Blade Curves

Sher-Wood Hockey Stick Blade Pattern Specs Chart
Pattern Code Curve Type Curve Depth Face Angle Lie SR Lie JR Blade Length Toe Shape
PP26 Mid 1/2" Open 6 - Medium Round
PP28 Toe 1/2" Open Toe 5 - Medium Round
PP88 Mid 1/2" Slightly Open 6 - Medium Round
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