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Alkali ABS Hockey Stick
ABS Blade for Durability

  • Alkali RPD Comp+ ABS Composite Hockey Sticks Jr

    The Alkali RPD Comp+ ABS Composite Hockey Sticks are a supreme choice for those who want to use a composite glass stick in and outdoors, without worrying about it breaking down. The RPD Comp+ features a full carbon ABS blade construction, which enables this stick to be used on all sorts of surfaces; including ice, tile, concrete and even asphalt. Alkali also gave the Comp+ a traditional mid kick so that players can crank out powerful shots from anywhere on the rink.The Junior Stick Length is 52" and is available in a 50 flex with a matte (gripless) coating.

  • Alkali RPD Crew+ ABS Composite Hockey Sticks Jr

    The Alkali RPD Crew+ ABS Composite Hockey Sticks feature a fiberglass shaft fused with a carbon ABS blade; making it an ideal stick that can be used on surfaces like asphalt, concrete, tile and ice. Unlike most composite or fiberglass sticks, the Crew+ stick has a carbon ABS blade that is built to play on just about any rink surface around. The fiberglass shaft utilizes a traditional mid kick point for maximum shot power. The Junior Stick Length is 52" and is available in a 50 flex with a matte (gripless) coating.

  • Alkali RPD Lite Wood ABS Hockey Sticks Jr

    The Alkali RPD Lite Wood ABS Hockey Sticks feature a traditional wood shaft with a durable ABS blade. The wood shaft has a classic mid kick flex profile for powerful shots while the ABS blade with fiberglass reinforcement allows players to use this on rough outdoor surfaces like concrete and asphalt.

  • Alkali RPD Lite Wood ABS Hockey Sticks Yth

    The Alkali RPD Lite Wood ABS Hockey Sticks feature a traditional wood shaft with a durable ABS blade. The wood shaft has a classic mid kick flex profile for powerful shots while the ABS blade with fiberglass reinforcement allows players to use this on rough outdoor surfaces like concrete and asphalt.

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