Sherwood T50

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  1. GLG

    GLG Registered User

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    Anyone used or currently using the SHERWOOD T50? I'm pretty sure it's a price point stick ([email protected] pro hockey life) however wanted some input from peeps on here.

    Weight of the stick
    Performance
    Durability

    I'd be using it for our upcoming ball hockey season but if I decide on it I'd want to buy it asap and get used to it.

    Thanks in advance.

    GLG
     
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    As I tell everyone who wants to use OPS' for ball hockey : save the money, go for a wood stick with an ABS blade, get a pair of nice gloves instead
     
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    Even better, get a cheap Easton S5 shaft and an ABS blade from Koho, that way you can replace the blade when it gets torn up.
     
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    Thanks for the replies. The reason I wouldn't use a shaft/blade combo is because
    (a) KOHO or any other ABS pattern is nothing like I use
    (b) the price of the replacing blades is more expensive than purchasing a OPS
    (c) OPS last longer as it doesn't wear as much as a wood blade

    I did check out the Sherwood T50 (Ryan pattern) and it's not even close to the TKACHUK pattern on my Louisville TPS Response --- the search continues

    GLG
     

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