Easton S11 Iginla

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  1. eXplosivecamel

    eXplosivecamel Registered User

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    Just bought an Easton S11 Iginla with a 110 flex today. Just wondering if anyone has used this stick or heard anything about it?
     
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    Good stick for it's price point. Would be slightly whippier than advertised due to Easton's buffer cut zone.
     
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    Great stick, although I had the Heatley curve. It's a really good stick for the price. The only problem I had with it was the toe of the blade kept splitting open and cracking. Had this occur on two sticks. I don't know if this was because of my improper technique, or just the stick, but it hasn't happened on my Bauer yet...

    Keep an eye on how the toe holds up.
     
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    Unless you're 6'4", that's probably going to be way too stiff.
     
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    Can't say I've used the stick, but I love the Iginla curve. Especially in close on the backhand.
     

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