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Warrior Covert DT5 Grip Comp Stick

The Warrior Covert DT5 Composite Stick is manufactured with the Dagger Taper, which allows the hosel and blade area to increase flex during shots. This technology also keeps the stick more stable than what you may be used to. This taper gives the stick-handler the optical illusion that the stick is extremely thin, making you see the puck on the blade with much more ease.Warrior engineers have made the DT5 with the True 1 molding process; this allows the stick to be manufactured in one single piece. The process of fusing the shaft to the blade is eliminated, improving the sticks weight balance. As a result, the stick is lighter and allows you to unload on shots with ease.The Soft-Core X Blade resists torque and allows for improved feel. Thanks to the UniSpar Reinforcement system, the stick is more durable and is also able to take more punishment from the rigors of hockey.
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Location: St. Louis, MO
Skill Level: Intermediate
Frequency: 2-5 times per week
Gender: male
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Excellent Jr Stick
Pros: Great value, Easy to use
Review of Zetterburg 40 Flex. Stick uncut weighed 426 grams. However it appears to be pretty balanced so it could "play" lighter. Does not seem as blade heavy as other budget sticks. The 40 Flex is much more flexible than say a Bauer 45. This is a great flex for the younger junior player. Even cut down 4-5 inches there is plenty of flex. Young skilled players should be able to load and take advantage of this stick (even if they don't really know they're doing it). The 4 lie is essentially a 5 in other manufacturers as Warrior measures their lie differently. Curve and Rocker are very similar to the Bauer P88. A great all around budget stick.
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