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Warrior Widow SE Grip Composite Stick

* Special Edition colors and graphics * True 1 process ensures the most consistent and responsive stick construction on the market, without artificial joints or weak points * Dagger Taper Technology features an aggressive 12-inch taper from hosel to shaft for increased lower flex on all shots * Multi-Bias fiber placement to reinforce internal shaft structure and improve impact durability * Carbon Elite construction uses the highest-quality lightweight carbon-fiber pre-preg materials * Pro Balance blade and shaft design for improved stick feel and weight distribution * Additional three-inch stick length to avoid use of heavy extensions and end plugs * D-Lite blade core features stable heel with super-lightweight toe for improved balance and puck control * X-Stitch blade wrap carbon/aramid mix for increased durability and power transfer * Nipple Grip coating * 420 grams
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Location: Elmhurst/Illinois
Skill Level: Advanced
Frequency: 2-5 times per week
Gender: male
Interest: Inline Hockey
Best Description: Player
Poor blade, otherwise great
Pros: Helped improve my game, Easy to use, Features
Cons: flimsy blade
I've been using this stick for about 10 months now, and I must say it is superb... except for the blade. which seems to be disintegrating near the mid-heel area. I think I'm exposing an air-pocket within the blade. Warrior has without a doubt made a very light and well-balanced stick, only... at the expense of the blade's durability. One of my teammates, who bought the Sr. Widow SE Clear about 10 months ago, is having the same problem but worse. A light and balanced stick is great and all, but it's sort of useless if the blade shatters. Otherwise, the true fused one-piece feature really shines in terms of responsiveness; I can really feel where the puck is. And if you like lie 4 sticks, Warrior is one of the few who makes them (although I've heard rumors that Warrior lie 4 is more like lie 5 in other brands...). The size and flex options are good for middle school and early high school hockey or slightly shorter high school players.
IN BRIEF, if you want a responsive, balanced stick that will last one to two seasons tops, look no further.