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Easton Stealth CX Stick
- Updated: November 6, 2014
Easton Stealth CX Stick now available for pre-order!
The Easton Stealth series has been revitalized and soon hockey players will be able to get their hands on the new Easton Stealth CX stick.
The Easton Stealth CX stick, being released on June 19th, marks the first Stealth product release in a few years. Easton had previously dropped the Stealth name, and Synergy as well, in favor of the Velocity and Mako lines, respectively.
Easton is no stranger to producing high performing sticks. However, the catch is that Easton sticks also seem to be some of the least durable on the market.
With a new Stealth stick coming back, perhaps Easton has finally found the key to improving durability on their composite sticks. Let’s dive in and see what this stick has to offer.
Starting in the blade, the Easton Stealth CX stick will offer the new Exo-Rim blade design. It consists of a more rigid outer frame which will connect to a stiff center beam. The two working together will help to provide pin-point accuracy when shooting. The outer frame will also help to improve durability by preventing chips and cracks from happening. This has been a common problem in the past with Easton sticks, so hopefully this new blade will resolve that problem. The Easton Stealth CX stick will also feature Easton’s HyperToe technology, providing a stiffer toe in order to enhance accuracy and shot speed.
Easton has also upgraded the shaft on the new Stealth CX stick. IT will feature an XTX Resin Matrix as well as an EC100 carbon combine to help offer incredible balance, durability, responsiveness, and pop. Their new HyperLite design also improves consistency while minimizing overall weight of the stick.
It looks like Easton is so confident in their new technology, that they are willing to offer a limited time improved warranty. If you buy the new Easton Stealth CX stick now through July 19th, 2015, from our friends at Ice and Inline Warehouse, you will receive an extended 60 day warranty on your new stick! That’s a pretty great deal!
If you’re looking to pick up a new Stealth CX stick, you can grab one now from Ice and Inline Warehouse for $269.99!