Rylan wrote:Then use a wooden stick son.
MRandall25 wrote:Are the prices on their site similar to the prices in the store?
I've been trying to find a cheap composite stick, but pretty much everywhere I look, they're all brand new and over $100. I can't justify spending that much on a composite that'll probably break in 3 games (the way I play).
MRandall25 wrote: I can't justify spending that much on a composite that'll probably break in 3 games (the way I play).
JS© wrote:I gotta ask how you're going through a stick every 3 games? I've used four different Eastons (SE16, S17, and two Stealth RS's), and even with some people taking chops at me, none are even remotely close to breaking.
jimjom wrote:I was at total hockey in Robinson today and traded in a stick and bought a bunch of stuff. I then trekked to Pure Hockey to check it aht. Question:: does total hockey give you $10 for a stick no matter what or do you have to use it towards another stick? Pure Hockey gives $15 for broken sticks but it's only towards another stick.
I was impress with total's store. Almost too much to look through.
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