Discussion in 'The Rink' started by predsfan44, Jul 15, 2007.
Warrior sarskie or a Easton synergy sl
which one do u think is better
Personal preference...the Starskie isn't made anymore, it's called the Dolomite now and both of them were Inno 1100. Both are pretty high end sticks so some like one some like another. The word is the SL is a tad fragile.
I went through about 6 SL's in a couple months. Synergy SL's break so easily its unreal. There great stick while they last but they dont last long at all.
go with the Warrior.
I have two Starskie's, both are tanks. Took a nasty two hander to the shaft two weeks after buying the first one. The only thing wrong with the stick is some paint and what looks like some sort of coating. I've used it for about a year after that and still do.
Some Starskie's are Inno 110's repainted, some are Dolomites. Just pop the end cap and look inside before you cut it. My second was a Dolomite.
i also had the same problem try out the warrior
I stay away from the SL for all the reasons everyone has listed above. I came to the same cross roads when I was deciding between a synergy ST and a synergy SL. My ST is still going strong for a year and a half.
I was also an Easton (and TPS XN-10) guy and recently moved to the Dolomite - an absolutely great sticK!
Personally the warrior, it
just felt comfortable in my hands.
Warrior sticks = sexy
Only cause of their color schemes, naming, and marketing They are nice sticks nonetheless...but think about it when they were still called Innovative, doubt many ppl woulda said Inno = sexy