Reebok 8K Sickick III Stick
Released November, 2010
The Pros:Stiff feel throughout the blade for power and accuracy.
The Cons:Slightly blade heavy. Some players may find the 9k to be noticeably better and not that much more expensive.
The Reebok 8K Sickick III Stick is a composite hockey stick. This stick is equipped with Guided Blade Technology, which consists of dimples on the blade that help guide the puck trajectory and increase stiffness for more shot power.
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Like every stick in this line, the 8K Sickick III Stick has Dual Matrix Technology. This technology is a spring loading effect at the kick point, which makes for a quick release. This stick has Griptonite, which enhances stick control and quickens reaction speed. This stick is a step up from the lower cost 6K Sickick III in that it has a super light weight (which helps with speed). However, this stick lacks the higher cost 9K Sickick III Stick model's ultra light weight (for even more speed), Optibalance feature (which consists of strategically integrated weight at the top of the shaft for improved balance and a live feel), and Spear technology (a low connection point for improved energy transfer). There are model variations available for the 8K Sickick III Stick, which vary in price.
- Model variations
- Dual Matrix Technology
- Guided Blade Technology
- Blade options: P33 Datsyuk, P40 Hedman, P87A Crosby, P42 Duchene (for Senior model only), P36A Phaneuf (for Senior model only)
- Lightweight construction
- Super light weight
- Color: Black/White/Blue
- Junior - $99.99, 50 flex
- Intermediate - $129.99, 65 flex
- Senior - $139.99, choice of 75/85/100 flex
User Reviews (1)
Stiff feel throughout the blade for power and accuracy
Some players may find the 9k to be noticeably better and not that much more expensive
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