Pure Hockey Stick Challenge Scoreboard

Pure Hockey Stick Challenge Scoreboard

We’ve reached 15 videos in our very popular Stick Challenge video series, so we figured it was time to compile a little update and show you what players have been picking. Participants have included players from the Southern New Hampshire University men’s hockey team, the Boston Jr. Bruins, Burlington (Mass.) High School seniors and a player out at the Let’s Play Hockey Expo in Minnesota.

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Bauer Nexus 8000 Stick Pre Order

Nexus 8000 Stick Pre Order

The Nexus 8000, Bauer’s newest elite-level offering, is worth getting excited about. Previous Nexus sticks were known for their reliability, and the Nexus 8000 is no different.

Pre Order The Nexus 8000

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This Year In Hockey Gear – 2013

2013 Year In Hockey Gear Review

We live for and talk about hockey equipment here every day. Over the holiday break, I thought that it might be interesting to take a look back at hockey equipment in 2013 – what was released, what we liked, what we didn’t, what the pros were wearing and so on. It’s time for “the year in gear!”

There were some big movements in skates and sticks in 2013, as well as a couple of pretty good trends in helmets and protective gear. Three manufacturers had major stick and skate releases this year and all of them made some significant improvements to their products.

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Easton Mako M4 Pure Limited Production Stick

Mako M4 Pure Custom Limited Stick

 Now Shipping: Senior ($139.99) Intermediate ($139.99) Junior ($109.99)

Creating The Ideal Composite Stick

Every day it seems to be getting more difficult to find the perfect composite stick. With so many colors, patterns, features and new technologies to choose from, the process can get confusing quickly. Some questions we found customers asking us were “How do I know what features are important to me?” and “Which stick is going to help me improve my game?” as well as “What am I really getting in exchange for putting down all this cash?”.

Concept

We reviewed these questions as a team, and one day this past summer we sat down and attempted to cut through the bologna by creating a stick that had apparent and obvious answers to those questions. We determined that there were three crucial components which contribute to a quality composite hockey stick; weight, durability and puck control/feel. Now that we had these crucial components down, it was time to design something that satisfied each appropriately.

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