Factory overrun sticks at 1800faceoff

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  1. Jacob

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    Buyer beware. Never buy anything unless you are sure of what you are getting. Call them to be sure.
     
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    IIRC correctly they are bauer vapor xxx sticks. you can go to modsquadhockey.com amd do a search on it
     
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    Thanks.

    I'll call them tomorrow to be sure.
     
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    1800faceoff is owned by Perani's who pick up a bunch of Innovative made overruns/blem sticks every year. They're sold under the "Famous Maker" and WinnWell "brands."

    This year, the "Famous Maker" sticks are overrun/blem Vapor XXXs made by Inno for Bauer. The N106 is the Jokinen pattern.
     
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    Just got my stick yesterday.. It is in fact exactly like a Bauer Vapor XXX. Will be trying it out on ice tomorrow night, but so far I'm pleased at the deal I got.

    I got the Jokinen pattern which I had seen up-close before but have never used in a game yet, so we'll see how it goes.
     
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    Update: Stick eez gewd. Light and stiff, like a good composite should be. Scored a goal on a rising slap shot that went over the goalie's glove hand but then had trouble handling the puck as the game went on.. But I think that was my problem, not my stick's.

    As someone that's used wood sticks for the last 12-13 years, it's going to take some getting used to. Sometimes it feels like I'm not holding anything at all it's so light.
     
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