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need help on buyin a twig

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I got an Easton 65S for like 80 bucks. Pretty good for what you get I guess.

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What stick were you using before? The new CCM RBZ just came out today but it starts at $250. You could always look at last year's top of the line sticks on clearance.

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I got an Easton 65S for like 80 bucks. Pretty good for what you get I guess.

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I wish I was good enough for my stick to be the problem (I also run into the same issue with my golf clubs). I've always liked my wood stick, and havn't really used anything else.

For someone not very good (like me) does a better stick actually do anything???

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i like this one, where did ya get it?

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hey cdc, i need a new twig for the new season, any suggestion? but under $200

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I got an Easton 65S for like 80 bucks. Pretty good for what you get I guess.

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Right now I use a Bauer Vapor X4.0 and a Supreme One95. The One95 was a great stick, but I outgrew the flex, so it's just my backup now. I tried to look for a stiffer version, but they don't make it anymore, so I picked up the Vapor instead. It feels good and I can get off some wicked wristers and snapshots with it, but my slapper is more inconsistent. It could be just my technique, which is more suited for the old stick and may not be working for the new one.

I like Bauer's gear, but I wish they would just stick to one product for a while instead of constantly coming out with new lines and versions of current equipment. If I find a piece of equipment that works, I want I be able to but the same one the next time I need a replacement. Not to mention the constant renamings and new products are confusing as hell unless you're a total gear nerd.

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Right now I use a Bauer Vapor X4.0 and a Supreme One95. The One95 was a great stick, but I outgrew the flex, so it's just my backup now. I tried to look for a stiffer version, but they don't make it anymore, so I picked up the Vapor instead. It feels good and I can get off some wicked wristers and snapshots with it, but my slapper is more inconsistent. It could be just my technique, which is more suited for the old stick and may not be working for the new one.

I like Bauer's gear, but I wish they would just stick to one product for a while instead of constantly coming out with new lines and versions of current equipment. If I find a piece of equipment that works, I want I be able to but the same one the next time I need a replacement. Not to mention the constant renamings and new products are confusing as hell unless you're a total gear nerd.

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I wish I was good enough for my stick to be the problem (I also run into the same issue with my golf clubs). I've always liked my wood stick, and havn't really used anything else.

For someone not very good (like me) does a better stick actually do anything???

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Do you feel like there's a big difference between the Vapor and Supreme series? I'm looking into getting a new stick soon but I'm not sure what the difference are between the two.

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Sportchek just lowered the prices of their Vapor x7.0 from around $250 down to $120. Best option under $200 imo

edit: might just be at the Richmond location since it was originally Easton SE16 on sale but they sold out and put the x7.0s in place of them after.

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