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- Model Year: 2011
- Heritage: New for 2011
- Level of Play: Beginner to advanced level of play (for outdoors)
- Shaft Compatibility: Traditional shafts
- Weight: 201 grams (based on Ovechkin curve)
- ABS/Wood core
- Reinforced with fiberglass
- Adds rigidity to the blade for accuracy
- Fiberglass Reinforced hosel
Comments: Definitely the best blade for outdoor use. I play on an outdoor concrete surface and this blade lasts forever! I have tried other abs blades and they tend to break right where the wood meets the abs material, but not this one! A little pricey but worth it!
From: Steven at IW Hockey
Comments: Definitely one of the best blades ever made. I play on hockey about 5 to 6 times a week for at least 2 hours a time. This blade lasts me longer than any other blade out there and trust me, I've tried them all. Not sure if it's exactly worth the $36 dollars, maybe closer to $25 but I usually bite the bullet and pay what I have to. Which it was still elongated like koho made it instead of wide like ccm does now but still an excellent blade.
From: Chris, FL
Comments: I play roller hockey in an outdoor smooth concrete surface. So far I've tried ABS blades from Easton and Reebok. This one is by far the best with Reebok a close second. It's a little bit more expensive but it's a solid blade with good durability and the puck feel with the wooden core is what sets it apart. Have this matched up with a Total One NXG shaft and it's $$$$!
From: Jason, LA, CA
Comments: Great durable blade! Just like the Koho Crossover. Not to mention it has a great shot to it. I have the Jagr curve on my crossover. The blade has withstood the power of my slapshots. Great outdoor blade if you are looking for one. I highly recommend buying this blade.
From: Randy, Mantua, NJ
Comments: same as the old Koho blade. Thankfully no changes in design or qualtiy. Probably the most solid, best performing blade for outdoor use. This is an excellent blade, although it is about $12 more expensive now that it has CCM printed on it...lame
From: Gear Executive, Fort Collins, CO