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#1 SAC56


Posted 18 March 2024 - 07:25 PM

I'm looking for a 60 flex stick which are hard to find. I know there is a custom option pour ProStockSticks. I didn't find any pro stock 60 flex stick on the market so I try a couple of flex switching between 55 and 65 flex. I try 65 flex CCM stick and they were good at puck handling and passing, but loosing on my shot and it was the opposite using a 55 flex. I tried Warrior 55 flex and the stick was too whippy. Then I tried a 63 warrior QRE and it was a good balance. The thing is I'm also using P88 which are now hard to find, but I can play with P92 too.


I recently found STX Sticks in 60 on hockey stick man site: https://www.hockeyst...=44130223194348.


Does anyone try STX sticks before? How do they feel. Are the Surgeon better then the Stallion?


Just want to know your experience with theses sticks or if anybody has other idea.



#2 Buzz_LightBeer


Posted 19 March 2024 - 08:10 AM

I’ve used a few different variations of STX sticks. All were quality, especially for that price. I preferred the RX line but that was me.
Keep in mind the RX3 had the 5 sided shaft, so you may or may not like that. Also I somewhat remember STX intermediate shafts being on the smaller side as compared to other brands.

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#3 SAC56


Posted 30 March 2024 - 11:28 AM

Thanks and did you have issue with the durability?

#4 SAC56


Posted 30 March 2024 - 11:30 AM

When to sports rousseau in St-Hubert and what is happening with the P88 curve. There is now only P28 and P92 curve. It’s hard to find a stick in that curve. I’ll tank thoses STX of the durability is good