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True Project X Stick
- Updated: November 19, 2020
True Hockey is gearing up to launch a new stick soon, the True Project X stick.
TRUE finally unveiled their upcoming stick, the TRUE Project X stick, so we know all of the specs, details, and release date for this beauty.
One of the biggest achievements made with the TRUE Project X stick is the weight. In fact, with the technology used, the TRUE Project X stick has slimmed down to an incredible 355 grams, making it one of the lightest to be released.
The tech starts in the construction of the stick with PLD, or Precision Laminate Design. This setup, according to TRUE, emphasizes how fiber angles and the order of those angles are optimized in up to 25 layers of unidirectional carbon fiber. The engineering behind PLD allows the stick to be both stiff and impact resistant in each and every one of those layers, and results in a lighter and stronger stick.
Moving on, the TRUE Project X stick features new Braided Aramid Tech, or BAT, to improve the blade. This means you will have a stronger blade which is also softer with improved dampening properties. TRUE accomplished this feat through the use of lower density aramid fibers, rather than carbon, to provide lighter and more consistent blade.
The TRUE Project X stick also incorporates TRUE’s patented Axenic Technology, which is how TRUE combines a compression molded shaft into a true one-piece hockey stick. The result is a seamless build which offers an incredible balance and terrific feel of not only the stick in your hands, but also the puck on the blade of the stick.
When you put it all together you get the TRUE Project X stick, weighing only 355 grams. It will come in senior, intermediate, and junior options, with two different blade patterns to choose from, the TC2.5 and the TC4. It will come in either a matte or gloss grip finish and feature an optimized low kick-point.
In North America, the release date for the True Project X stick has been pushed back to February 5th, 2021, but is currently available to pre-order. Click here to pre-order your Project X. The stick is now available for purchase in Europe.
When the stick does launch in North America, our retail friends at Ice Warehouse will have it in stock. Click here to check out Ice Warehouse!