85 flex, Draper curve, Lie 6
This was my first Warrior stick. After hearing mixed reviews about Warrior, I wasn't sure if I should get this stick. But, at the price it is right now, being an "older" model, I decided to pull the trigger.
The Dolo DD is a very light stick, comparable to the top sticks on the market right now such as the TotalONE. The balance is excellent, it does not feel blade heavy at all, even after taping it up. Stick handling is excellent and it has a bit more of a whip than other sticks I've used (I always use 85 flex, no matter the stick). The stick overall just has a really nice feel to it. It has nice rounded corners and even though there is no grip, the stick doesn't feel like it's sliding like some non-grip sticks do.
The blade on the stick is a small downside at first. Passes sometimes come off springy, but it's not to the point where it's unusable. It took a game or two for me to get used to and then I didn't even notice it (I've had the stick since December). Just be patient. It's probably the fact that the blade is so light that it feels a bit bouncey at first. It always feels nice and light.
I like the design on the stick. Warrior does a real nice job of keeping the graphics on their sticks exciting and not
The only real "con" to the stick is that it is in fact a Warrior, meaning it is a fused two piece and not a true one piece. It's not noticeable with feel, but I would like it to be a one piece. That's just my preference.
Overall, this stick is an excellent buy. The weight and balance is up there with the top of the line sticks of today, for much cheaper. I absolutely recommend it.