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  • High-strength 9000 series alloy
  • Thinner wall for lightweight performance
  • Mild sandblast finish
  • Concave octagon grip shape
  • Weight: 6.1 oz.













Ratings & Reviews

2.5
5 stars
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3 stars
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2 stars
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Based on 4 Reviews

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by - verified purchaser From GRAND RAPIDS, MI
Needs a trademark, oh jees that guy has a surgeon even if he can't read.
Pros:
The 9000 edition is stronger and has nice grip that actually grips (finally) not to dance and looks on the nice side of basic but if you want grip,average strength, and crazy speed you should get this.
Cons:
There isn't grip at the top and I ended up just putting tap on the top witch looked ridiculous and dents not major problem but if your getting hit hard or you're goalie this will dent to fast.

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by - verified purchaser From GRAND RAPIDS, MI
Needs a trademark, oh jees that guy has a surgeon even if he can't read.
Pros:
The 9000 edition is stronger and has nice grip that actually grips (finally) not to dance and looks on the nice side of basic but if you want grip,average strength, and crazy speed you should get this.
Cons:
There isn't grip at the top and I ended up just putting tap on the top witch looked ridiculous and dents not major problem but if your getting hit hard or you're goalie this will dent to fast.

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not impressed

by - verified purchaser From STL
i bought this shaft at the summer jam tourney in georgia, and it was not worth the purchase. spend the extra money for a surgeon sciti
Pros:
weight
Cons:
super weak. it bent the first game

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not impressed

by - verified purchaser From STL
i bought this shaft at the summer jam tourney in georgia, and it was not worth the purchase. spend the extra money for a surgeon sciti
Pros:
weight
Cons:
super weak. it bent the first game

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Ratings & Reviews

2.5
5 stars
0% 0 reviews
3 stars
0% 0 reviews
2 stars
0% 0 reviews
Based on 4 Reviews

Most Helpful Reviews

improvements

by - verified purchaser From GRAND RAPIDS, MI
Needs a trademark, oh jees that guy has a surgeon even if he can't read.
Pros:
The 9000 edition is stronger and has nice grip that actually grips (finally) not to dance and looks on the nice side of basic but if you want grip,average strength, and crazy speed you should get this.
Cons:
There isn't grip at the top and I ended up just putting tap on the top witch looked ridiculous and dents not major problem but if your getting hit hard or you're goalie this will dent to fast.

Was this review helpful?

improvements

by - verified purchaser From GRAND RAPIDS, MI
Needs a trademark, oh jees that guy has a surgeon even if he can't read.
Pros:
The 9000 edition is stronger and has nice grip that actually grips (finally) not to dance and looks on the nice side of basic but if you want grip,average strength, and crazy speed you should get this.
Cons:
There isn't grip at the top and I ended up just putting tap on the top witch looked ridiculous and dents not major problem but if your getting hit hard or you're goalie this will dent to fast.

Was this review helpful?

not impressed

by - verified purchaser From STL
i bought this shaft at the summer jam tourney in georgia, and it was not worth the purchase. spend the extra money for a surgeon sciti
Pros:
weight
Cons:
super weak. it bent the first game

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not impressed

by - verified purchaser From STL
i bought this shaft at the summer jam tourney in georgia, and it was not worth the purchase. spend the extra money for a surgeon sciti
Pros:
weight
Cons:
super weak. it bent the first game

Was this review helpful?