Lightest One-Piece?

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  1. sacred

    sacred Registered User

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    I'm looking to purchase a one-piece stick that is extremely light and has a Lindros curve. I also want this stick to last a long time.

    Any suggestions?
     
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    Tough to find an extremely light stick that also is super durable. The Lindros curve is a Bauer curve, and off the top of my head I don't think any of the other main manufactuers have a direct clone. If you look around, you can probably find some older Bauer XX or XXX one piece sticks for ~$100 nowadays online. The XX weighs in at 445g, the XXX is 430g. The lightest sticks are coming in around 400g, so those two might be your best bets.

    If you're looking for an intermediates, HockeyMonkey has XX Lindros in stock: http://www.hockeymonkey.com/bauer-vaporxxsropi.html
    http://www.hockeymonkey.com/bauer-hockey-stick-vapor-xx-stickum-int.html

    Here's a senior in stock for $95: http://hockey.lax.com/item.phtml?page=product_446_front.phtml

    If you want the latest and greatest, Nike/Bauer released the one90 stick. Should go for $170, off the top of my head it weighs in at 420g.

    If durability is a concern, you might want to look into getting a shaft/blade combo. If you bust a blade on a one piece, you can make it into a shaft but it can take some work.
     
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    If you like the Lindros curve, the Federov curve with the Warrior stick is for you. The stick is great too.
     
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    Lindros curve = Iginla curve = Recchi curve

    the blade shapes/lengths/lies may vary, but the curve is the same.
     
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    Awfully demanding, I think.
    You want light-Synergy SL.
    you want toughness-Synergy ST

    Can't have 'em both!
     
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    Ive been using the Bauer one90 and love it. Since it is bauer, they offer the lindros.
     
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    I've been looking at those...how much of a discount:D
     

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