Sher-Wood TPS 5000 PP9
Released November, 2010
The Pros:Low cost. Doesn't cost much to replace.
The Cons:Lacks durability.
The Sher-Wood TPS 5000 PP9 is a low-cost wood hockey stick. The shaft of this stick is birch, and is designed with the multi-lamination technique. This design makes for a durable shaft with a consistent feel.
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The blade of the TPS 5000 PP9 is made from superior white ash. This blade is reinforced with multidirectional, impact-resistant fiberglass. This means that the blade is durable, and allows you to put some power in your shots. This hockey stick differs from the higher cost TPS PMP 5030 model in that it lacks the TPS PMP 5030's two-piece aspen core (which provides added durability). The Sher-Wood TPS 5000 PP9 comes in a red and white color.
- Color: Red/White
- Birch shaft
- Multi-lamination design shaft
- Superior white ash blade
- Reinforced blade
- Multidirectional, impact-resistant fiberglass.
- Wood stick
- Sher-Wood graphics on shaft
User Reviews (1)
Doesn't cost much to replace
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