One of the lightest hockey sticks on the market today comes from Sherwood Hockey. Despite not being one of the top hockey brands, they still remain popular and continue to churn out excellent sticks. Their latest premier level stick, the Sherwood Rekker EK60, looks to continue on this path.
The Easton Stealth series has been revitalized and soon hockey players will be able to get their hands on the new Easton Stealth CX stick. The Easton Stealth CX stick, being released on June 19th, marks the first Stealth product release in a few years. Easton had previously dropped the Stealth name, and Synergy as well, in favor of the Velocity and Mako lines, respectively. Easton is no stranger to producing high performing sticks.
For players that are looking for a new stick in the CCM Ribcor family but still want the famous ribbed construction, the CCM Ribcor 46K and 44K models will still offer the Ribcor ribs. Another new feature in the Reckoner is the re-designed blade, called the Ascent blade.
In June, the hockey world will see the release of the all new CCM Super Tacks stick. CCM hopes to take the Tacks line to the next level with the CCM Super Tacks stick. It will feature a few solid updates to help ensure that happens. The CCM Super Tacks stick uses a new dual flex profile.
Bauer Nexus 1N Composite Hockey Stick - 2016 [Senior] | Pure Hockey Equipment: Bauer Nexus 1N Composite Hockey Stick Since Bauer introduced their Nexus line several years back, it has evolved into one of the most popular stick families on the market.