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The Reebok 6K Goalie Stick offers advanced performance with a great wood feel. The stick features an aspen wood core with fiberglass reinforcement throughout. The combination of wood and the fiberglass provides composite-like performance, but with a more natural wood feel. The shaft has corners that are rounded slightly more than the lower models to allow for a stronger, more comfortable grip. The polyurethane foam core paddle and blade construction provides excellent shot dampening and lightweight feel. The blade also features an ABS piece in heel to enhance the durability of the stick.
  • Model Number: HSG6K
  • Heritage: Reebok 6K
  • Level of Player: Ideal for the advanced to pro level goaltender
  • Stick Handedness:
    • Regular = Stick used in the Right hand
    • Full Right = Stick used in the Left hand
  • Construction:
    • Aspen wood core handle
    • Polyurethane foam core paddle and blade
  • Shaft:
    • Fiberglass reinforced aspen wood core
    • Rounded corners
  • Paddle:
    • Polyurethane foam injected paddle
    • Reinforced with fiberglass
  • Blade:
    • Polyurethane foam injected blade
    • Fiberglass reinforced with ABS heel piece
  • Grip:
    • Traditional painted wood finish
  • Weight:
    • 938 Grams (Based on a 26" paddle)
  • Paddle Sizing Guidelines:
    • Reebok Measurement = Universal Measurement
    • 24" = 26"
    • Universal Measurement is taken from the top of the handle to the first point of contact with the playing surface (heel).
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Reebok Hockey Goalie Wood Sticks Intermediate

IW Hockey offers various Intermediate Reebok wood and foam core goalie sticks to choose from. Wood and foam core goalie sticks tend to be slightly heavier then composite sticks but offer increased durability, improved shot dampening, traditional feel and are generally less expensive than composite goalie sticks. For more information check out the IW Hockey learning center page on how to Select and Size a goalie stick.
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