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Easton Hockey has two legendary families of sticks that are tailored to fit different shooting styles. The Synergy Family is designed for the really aggressive shooter who likes to heavily lean into and load up on big shots. The Stealth Family is designed for the 'finesse' shooter who primarily uses quick wrist and snap shots to score.

Easton Stealth Sticks
LowKick for Quick Shot

the Easton Stealth Line is designed for players who are looking for as quick as a shot release as possible. Easton was able to achieve this by utilizing Stealth's signature Elliptical Taper, which is found on the CX, CXT, CX ST, C7.0, C5.0 and the C3.0 sticks. The flagship Easton CX debutes exciting new technology like the Exo-Rim™ blade frame and the HyperLite™ construction process.
  • Easton Stealth CX ST Grip Hockey Sticks Sr
    • Stick Length: 59.5"
    • Available Flexes: 75, 85 & 100
    • Weight: 480 grams (based on an 85 flex)
    • Level of Play Guideline: Performance

     

     The Easton Stealth CX ST Grip Hockey Sticks are a durable, mid-price point stick with a lightning quick shot release. The CX ST stick debuts Easton's new Exo-Rim™ Technology that gives players much-improved accuracy and longevity. 

  • Easton Stealth C5.0 Grip Hockey Sticks Sr
    • Stick Length: 59.5"
    • Available Flexes: 85 & 100
    • Weight: 529 grams (based on an 85 flex)
    • Level of Play Guideline: Recreational 

     

    The Easton Stealth C5.0 Grip Hockey Sticks are a great choice for a player who's wants upgraded performance out of an entry level stick. The C5.0 showcases a full 12K carbon fiber weave wrap in the blade. 

Easton Synergy Sticks
Mid Kick for Powerful Shot

Easton designed the Synergy HTX, the Synergy 80 and the Synergy 60 blades to have a stiffness profile that match their shafts flex profile. This HyperTuned™ Technology enables hockey players of all different skill levels to harness the pure velocity that their stick's blade AND shaft have to offer. The young or developing player is given a softer blade stiffness profile that they will be able to properly load up on, while the older or more experienced player is provided with an even more dangerous and stiff blade flex profile that will be sure to wreak havoc on goalies everywhere.
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