Custom Color Synergy's?

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    cardinal0512 Registered User

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    Forgive me if this has been brought up before since I'm new to the board, but I saw this picture on USA Hockey's Web site of a Team Sweden player.

    http://www.usahockey.com/servlets/F...003BA5FE009/05 eval day 3 rob schremp 800.gif

    I've never seen that stick before but it's obviously Sweden's team colors. I heard this rumor a while ago (8 months or so) but nothing came of it, but has anyone on here heard of the possibility of being able to get customized Snyergy's?
     
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    i don't think this is a customized stick, 'cause the american player's synergy is also make of two colors and this isn't a customized one 'cause a friend of mine has the same. but i repeat, i don't think, i'm not sure. :)
     
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    There is a ST retail model (Grip maybe?) colored like that for the Swedish market.

    http://tinghockey.ballou.se/produktdetalj.asp?ArtID=484&ProdKatId=1120


    Easton has made special editions of sticks like the Stealth for the World Cup and other major tourneys, but I wouldn't expect that option to be open to anyone except a high level player any time soon.
     
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    You are correct...they were made special for the World Cup. Easton makes custom pro sticks on a seperate assembly line. There are sometimes surplus pro sticks made available for the retail market, but it is fairly rare and offered to select retailers only.
     
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