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2018 True A6.0 SBP Stick
- Updated: March 24, 2018
New for 2018, True Hockey has refreshed their A series line of sticks which includes the all-new 2018 True A6.0 SBP stick.
The A series sticks are engineered to be the power shooter’s stick, with the SBP standing for Strength, Balance, and Power. These sticks are “made True for the player looking for natural explosive power from any shooting position,” according to True Hockey.
With the all-new 2018 True A6.0 SBP stick, True has included BRT+ blade technology for a lighter and stronger blade. It’s also going to allow the weight to be redistributed into the shaft for added impact strength and improved durability of the stick. The BRT+ blade is the strongest and most consistent blade ever used on a True stick. What you will get out of it is consistency in power output and feel throughout the life of the blade.
Moving into the balance of the stick, True continues with their industry leading one-piece Axenic construction, which will be familiar to past True hockey stick users. This one-piece construction allows the weight of the stick to be optimally distributed throughout the stick for incredible balance. In fact, this stick will lead the way over its competitors in terms of Swing Weight. A lower swing weight will improve mobility with the stick for harder and faster shots.
True has also optimized this stick for energy loading, making it easier to generate power. In fact, the new 2018 True A6.0 SBP stick produces explosive power from any shooting position. With a mid kick-point, the stick will flex just below your bottom hand when shooting. The bottom third of the stick will be stiffer for easy loading and powerful slapshots.