|Country of Manufacture||China|
|Heritage||Sher-Wood Rekker EK15|
|Kick Point||Low Kick Point|
|Name||Sher-Wood Rekker EK60 Junior Stick|
|Shaft Construction||True One-Piece|
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Sher-Wood Stick Warranty
This composite stick has a 30-day warranty handled directly through the manufacturer. Warranty period begins from the day the item was purchased. Original proof of purchase is required for warranty. We put the instructions in the package for every stick ordered. Please contact the manufacturer below to complete your stick warranty:
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This is third rekker my son has had, two ek 60 and one ek365, all broke this season, he is 12 short for his age and doesn’t weigh 80 pounds, 45 flex shud be lots for him yet stick broke after 30 day warranty expired and thats with xmas break in there which he barely used it, switching brands,
Good Stick for my 10 year old son who plays 3-4 times a week over winter. The shaft is light and has a good low flex kick-point well suited for forwards. The blade is strong and is excellent for handling passes. Got this on sale for under 70.00 making it a great buy. It's pretty much the same as the EK365 but just an older model. Kid is happy with the purchase as we were able to cut it in the flex free cut zone and not increase the flex.
My 11 year old is on his 3rd stick this year already. He loves the stick except for they have all broke in the exact same spot just up the shaft 6”.
Needed to find a great light stick for my son that didn't break the bank. He is a small 10 year old (typically the smallest on all his sports teams). A lot of sticks are too heavy and too long. I was originally looking for a 40 flex stick so he could move up from his 30 flex stick. This purchase after a lot of stick hunting online seemed to be a perfect choice: (1) Pattern: PP26 STASTNY closely matched his previous CCM TACKS YOUTH STICK with P29 CROSBY. (2) Weight: Amazingly light. (3) Price: Great! (4) Length: 48" here I chose the 35 Flex so I would not need to cut the stick. His last stick was 45" and I think I had to cut a little off that one but he is running the new stick at 48" uncut. (5) Flex: 35. I had originally thought to move him to a 40, but the options were either 35 or 45 and the 45 adds 4 extra inches of stick length which if cut back would also affect the flex so I decided to go with 35 flex which is good fit for his weight which is in the low 60's after a large lunch. (6) Reviews: Good reviews for this line of sticks from more than a few beer leaguers & almost-beens. Consensus seemed to be durable lightweight stick at a price that made replacing them less of concern than a lot of comparable sticks while actually requiring less replacement. Main downside seemed to be from some that it felt a bit soft feeling or too light.
This is the best stick ever for hockey player, my older son has been use the ek60 since 25 to 55 flex now.... never get a complain ever, and all his teammate like the stick too and so light... many benefit of this stick....
My son started scoring 2x as many goals with this stick due to feel and accuracy.
Very light and nimble with lots of feel. Excellent for a forward and centre for face off battle.
Good - my sons enjoys it
The positives: it is indeed the lightest stick I’ve ever used and is also well balanced (i.e. not blade or shaft heavy), and you can stick handle quickly with it. The comparative negatives for me: I prefer the more rounded corners of the Bauer Vapor sticks (though unfortunately those sticks are too short for me with their recent 50” height, and the feel of extension plugs bother me.... I also find my Vapor APX and Nexus 8000 are comparatively more explosive; that is, I can shoot harder with those sticks for both slap shots and wrist shots. Verdict: while not in all ways perfect for me, this is a top end stick that I’m using as my main stick, and especially at this sale price ($69.99) it’s an incredible value.
super light, help puck handling and shot release
My daughter loves this stick compared to others she has tried. It moves with her well. And says the shot release is quicker.