Warrior Alpha DX Grip Composite Hockey Stick - Junior

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Warrior Alpha DX Grip Composite Hockey Stick - Junior

Warrior Alpha DX Grip Composite Hockey Stick - Junior is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 11.
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The Warrior Alpha DX hockey stick is built for high-performance, with many technologies and features the elite-level player is looking for from a top-of-the-line model.

  • Low-kick point design for a quick release
  • Sabre Taper for enhanced accuracy
  • True 1 Phantom for a lightweight feel
  • Minimus Carbon 1400 for increased durability
  • Fuelcore technology for added pop
  • Ergo shaft shape for enhanced control
  • Apex Grip Texture for a locked-in feel

When purchasing a new hockey stick, it is important to place a focus on kick point. Finding the right kick point - where the stick flexes most when shooting - will help take your shot to the next level. If you’re unsure which kick point is best for your game, visit your local Pure Hockey for an accurate assessment. The Warrior Alpha line offers a low kick point for a quick release, enhanced by some of Warrior’s top technologies.

One of these features is the Sabre Taper. As Warrior’s exclusive taper design, this technology combines the response of a low-kick construction with increased stability, providing players with a stick that is easy to load, accurate, and produces shots that are both fast and powerful. Because this is a true low-kick stick, this feature is ideal for quick snapshots, but with the Sabre Taper design, you can get off great shots from anywhere in the offensive zone. 

For the construction, the Alpha DX includes True 1 Phantom Feel. Warrior’s lightest and strongest one-piece design to date, this construction creates a balanced, lightweight stick which enhances puck control and response while stickhandling, passing, and shooting. Also included in this stick construction is Warrior’s Minimus Carbon 1400 material. This high-strength, lightweight flat weave carbon design produces a light and durable shaft. This material is dynamic and elastic, providing an excellent overall feel. 

In the blade, Warrior includes their Fuelcore technology. This lightweight polymer blade includes composite layering around the core for better responsiveness, puck feel, and to help give you more pop with every shot. This innovation also reduces the breakdown of materials within the blade to help increase durability. 

The Alpha DX stick also includes an Ergo shaft shape for a contoured design that fits comfortably and securely in your hands, and Warrior’s Apex Grip Texture which provides a tacky soft grip finish that locks easily into your hands for maximum control. 

The Alpha DX is built for the elite players who skate 4-5+ times per week and need a high-performing stick to give them the edge their looking for. But this hockey stick is a great option for all players, regardless of level, if they want a stick with top features and a low-kick design.


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Weight:330 GramsWeight of the product measured in grams.
Kick Point Position:MidInflection point where maximum stored energy is released.

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Changing Companies My son broke his Bauer/Nexus hockey stick when he was in Dallas, Texas and we could only find Pure Hockey who did not have this particular stick. The gentleman in Dallas was wonderful explaining how the Warrior stick was just as good and Andrew reluctantly used the stick. Now, the Warrior is the only stick he will use. Previously, the fact that when he broke the stick I had to photo the parts etc and even then I felt the company was reluctant to send another stick. Not this time; I went in and within minutes I walked out with a new stick. I did not even need to find the receipt. Thank you. We will be purchasing the Warrior from now on.
Date published: 2019-12-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome twig! Fantastic stick! Super light stick with exceptional balance and feel. Great for quick wristers and big powerful slapshots. Truly a great all around stick.
Date published: 2019-08-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Unquestionably The Best This stick is without a question of a doubt the best stick I've used of late and I've used a lot. I played Junior and University and now play in the UK, Lso am familiar with most sticks. Coming from a CCM Ribcor Trigger 3D and Jetspeed FT1, the Warrior Alpha DX blows them out of the water. Puck feel is incredible and very responsive, somewhat similar to the Trigger. The feeling is soft and responsive but comes off much much hotter with shots, so also similar to what you'd expect with a stiff blade, truly just what I want in a blade for puck feel and stick handling. Truly a great blade Warrior has, it's drastically better than the Jetspeed, which for me was a major flaw with the Jetspeed. As far as power goes, there's noticeably more. Far more. And equally a quick response, I don't notice a difference to the Trigger and again, much faster than the Jetspeed. Acccuracy is also pinpoint, it's better than both CCM's, hitting my targets far more frequently. I've only had 1 pre-season game with this and managed a hatrick (deflection, outright bar down wrister, and a slapshot bottom corner) and an assist. Needless to say, the stick works and works very well, but I can't speak to it's durability yet. In all, I'm so overly impressed with this stick, it's surpassed every expectation I've had. Saying all this, I was a big fan of the Trigger but I'll never go back as long as Warrior keeps making the Alpha line. It's that much better, you seriously will not regret getting this weapon.
Date published: 2019-09-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Overall I like the stick Unbelievable shot release I've never ripped such a hard snap shot, only complaint is the stick handling I find it hard to feel the puck on the blade hopefully I'll get use to it it's only been a month.
Date published: 2019-08-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for a little bit everything! I have been using a jet speed pro 2 for awhile and finally picked one of These up and won’t look back the power from that blade along with the very quick and balanced feel you can’t go wrong
Date published: 2020-02-02
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How similar are the W28 and W71 curves?

Asked by: raider16
The W71 curve is going to be a little bit of a deeper curve but also much more closed in terms of the blade face angle. Can't say they are really all that similar. Thanks!
Answered by: Tyler R
Date published: 2020-06-03

Is intermediate shaft dimension different from senior shaft? 

Asked by: leekyu18
no the True1 Phantom Feel One-Piece Construction is the same as well as the "Ergo" grip shape designed . Intermediate length is 57" and senior length is 60"
Answered by: fred11
Date published: 2020-03-30

What is the lie of the various profiles? Did I miss it somewhere on the page here?

Asked by: Chuckles
The lie 6 is going to be the most popular lie that you will find on blade patterns. The W02, W03, W05, W16, and W71 have a lie 6. The W01, W88, and W28 have a lie 5. Thanks!
Answered by: Tyler R
Date published: 2020-02-24

What is the difference between w28 and w28m? 

Asked by: Jemcmikle
It comes down to the height of the blade. The W28M has additional material on the top of the blade making it taller. The max height blade helps with faceoffs, controlling bouncing pucks and winning those corner battles. Thanks!
Answered by: Tyler R
Date published: 2020-02-26

Difference between this and the SL ?

Asked by: qsryche91
The SL has a more blacked-out paint job. It really just comes down to the graphic package. Thanks!
Answered by: Tyler R
Date published: 2020-01-03

I was considering whether to purchase the Fantom QRE or the Alpha DX stick. However I am currently neck to neck between deciding one to go with. Any suggestions?

Asked by: Pranav
It will all come down to your personal preference but there are some telltale differences when looking at the Covert and Alpha family. The Alpha DX stick is going to be a more all-around stick that balances a quick release and power. They do this by having a slightly higher kickpoint. The Covert is going to have a lower kickpoint so this tends to work for the player that takes their shots closer to the net. The Fantom will be lighter but both sticks are crazy light so I wouldn't let that be the deciding factor. Thanks!
Answered by: Tyler R
Date published: 2020-02-09

Do Warrior Alphas play a little on the stiffer side?

Asked by: Derekgh78
The Alpha has a low kick point, so it may feel more stiff higher up on the shaft. When shooting from the kick point, it will not feel stiff.
Answered by: MattM
Date published: 2020-02-26

Is the new w71 like the old w71 in warrior curves

Asked by: Tommycbomd
I've seen the W71 over the years and this is the same curve. It's still the big, open mid curve that you've come to love. Thanks!
Answered by: Tyler R
Date published: 2019-09-12
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