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Easton V9E Hockey Stick
- Updated: April 15, 2013
Easton is getting even closer to officially unveiling the graphics on their upcoming Easton V9E stick. While the curtains haven’t officially been pulled back, this image was sent in to us featuring the Easton V9E stick.
The black and orange color scheme on the Easton V9E looks real nice, and will be fit in nicely with the Mako skates which are currently available. The orange is also taking a page from the Mako stick, which along with the Stealth, will be replaced by new Easton Velocity series.
While we don’t know much at this point about the Easton V9E, rumors have suggested that it might be available with or without the elliptical taper. Perhaps an Easton V9 stick will be available without the elliptical taper, and the Easton V9E pictured below will utilize that elliptical taper technology.
NHL players are currently using a blacked out version of this stick, which we mentioned a few weeks back. Expect the full graphics package to be on the sticks in the coming weeks, especially during the playoffs.
No official dates have been announced for the release of the Easton V9E stick, but a late summer or early fall release seems likely.
Check out the Easton V9E stick below and let us know your thoughts in the comments. Are you excited for Easton’s upcoming stick?