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CCM RBZ Grip Composite Stick

2012 | 10246-41
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RBZ OPS Grip Composite Stick is rated 4.9091 out of 5 by 11.
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HIGHLIGHTS

  • Zero foam in blade to minimize weight
  • Trampoline effect given when unloading on shot
  • Power Swing Technology gives you a finer flex

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FEATURES

Weight:454 GramsWeight of the product measured in grams.
Length:60 InchesLength of the product measured in inches.
Construction Material:OPS Grip CompositeType of material the product is made of.
Kick Point Position:CustomInflection point where maximum stored energy is released.
Shaft Design:Power SwingShape of the shaft edge.
Blade Construction:SpeedBlade TechnologyType of material the blade is made of.
Tapered:YesShaft width gets thinner towards the blade
Warranty:30 DaysPeriod of time the product is covered under a manufacturer's warranty.

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Strap a rocket to the puck with the CCM RBZ powered by TaylorMade.

CCM teamed up with world-renowned golf club manufacturer TaylorMade to bring their cutting-edge technology to the sport of hockey.

Drawing from the proprietary RocketBallz golf technology, CCM has eliminated foam from the core of the blade and replaced it with SpeedBlade Technology. Foam absorbs velocity from your shot; SpeedBlade Technology replaces foam with four internal speed channels. These channels transfer energy more efficiently and help to increase the velocity of your shot while maintaining control and durability.

In the world of golf, TaylorMade Golf also introduced the Coefficient of Restitution. Also known as the trampoline effect, the principles of the C.O.R. have been used in TaylorMade drivers for quite some time. In layman’s terms, this translates to a blade that releases stored energy upon impact, resulting in harder passes and heavier shots. Eliminating energy loss maximizes puck speed and truly places the RBZ in a class of its own.

Advancements in shaft design have resulted in what is known as Power Swing Technology. This provides a finer weight and flex distribution, giving you more torque on your follow-through and a quicker release. The constant stiffness of the shaft gives you a customized kick point for optimal loading.

The RBZ was designed for the player who wants to fire an accurate shot that will blow a hole in the back of the net.

Don’t just shoot the puck. Drive it.

 

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RATINGS & REVIEWS

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Stick Definitely noticed a harder shot and easier to get the shot off due to the variable flex points. This really is my favorite stick for shooting and passing. So far it's lasted through several sessions. The only downside is I feel like passes are just a little bit easier to bounce off the blade and lose control of. Tavares Curve 85 flex. Great stick for shooting and passing A+ Stickhandling/Catching passes B+ Backhand Shot A+ Defensive Play A+ it's extremely light.
Date published: 2014-03-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great stick Normally the sticks I use break within about 2 months this none lasted me from November to April which was great. It is a little hard to get adjusted to because it is a very light stick but once you get used to it pucks will start flying into the back of the net
Date published: 2014-02-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Feel I just got this stick and I have to say it has been great. Its light and has a good feel to it and Im a big fan of the Landeskog curve. Only complaint is that I wish I would have bought the stiffer flex.
Date published: 2014-02-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Solid purchase Great stick, lightweight, shots are great, easy to dangle and snipe...but lacks some durability...but most sticks like this one do also...for the money and use, great purchase
Date published: 2013-12-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from RBZ love the stick. drastic difference in shot velocity, but the durability isn't there.
Date published: 2013-11-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from RBZ Grip Stick I have two sons playing hockey and both have moved from the APX to the RBZ due to durability issues and length of the stick. We always purchase last years top of the line sticks to keep costs down and still get high quality. We had very good luck with the RBZ last year and have just purchased 2 more. Only complaint is the toe deteriorated on the last RBZ after 1 season of high school hockey
Date published: 2013-11-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best All Around I am an adult rec league player, but I am constantly looking for the best stick. I got this one several months ago and it has proved to be the best all around stick I have ever used. As a frame of reference I have used APX, X60, Covert DT1, Miken ZL, Nexus, and many others. I like to think I am an all around player...can be a passer or shooter and use all different types of shots. One-timers, slap, wrist, snap...this stick gives the best shooting performance of any I have used. After all these months (generally I play twice a week) still performing great. No big durability issues, and I think the puck feel and ability to receive passes is great. Highly recommended!
Date published: 2013-10-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good Overall Stick as a 16 year old player in the USHL, I had a hard time dropping this much for a stick. I dont regret it. Overall, I feel like my shot is harder than before, but I have trouble stickhandling like i could with my total one. I'm assuming that it just takes getting used to, so I cant judge quickly. But it is a very nice new stick and I would reccomend it if you have the money.
Date published: 2013-01-28
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PRODUCT Q & A

What amount of flex is mid flex

Asked by: Kdog1202
mid flex equates to approximately 75 flex.
Answered by: ConnerC
Date published: 2016-01-11

Similarity between Landeskog and Bauer Toews

How similar is the Landeskog pattern compared to the Toews P14? Are they identical? I know the P14 is a lie 6 and the Landeskog is 5.5, does that make a huge difference?
Asked by: Anonymous
Yes, Landeskog and Toews will be similar patterns. The Lie is personal preference in how you use your stick.
Answered by: JeffC
Date published: 2015-02-19

Looking for something close to the Easton Gaborik curve

My final Easton Gaborik curve broke last night. Are any of these curves comparable? Landeskog and Hossa both looked close. Any help is appreciated.
Asked by: Bmill
If I had to pick one i would say the Landeskog is closer to the Gaborik. The curve is a little more towards the heel, but has a similar lie and toe.
Answered by: MikeM
Date published: 2014-02-26

Curve closest to easton Heatley Curve?

What curve in the RBZ stick is close to the Easton Heatley curve?
Asked by: TWhitty
CCM's Hossa would most resemble Easton's Heatley curve.
Answered by: MikeM
Date published: 2013-12-10

Does the hockey green promotion apply to this product

Asked by: Anonymous
Hockey Green works will all composite sticks, player and goalie.
Answered by: MikeM
Date published: 2013-09-12

Which curve?

Which curve most resembles the P4 Easton pattern known as either the Zetterberg or Cammaleri?
Asked by: Anonymous
Hossa's CCM pattern most resembles the P4 Cammalleri curve.
Answered by: MikeM
Date published: 2013-08-22

I use the PP26 Sherwood curve, lie 6 on the Nexon 12. What is the comparable CCM pattern?

Asked by: Anonymous
The most comparable pattern in CCM would be the Landeskog curve.
Answered by: MikeM
Date published: 2013-05-28

Which curve most resembles the Iginla curve?

Asked by: Anonymous
The Hossa CCM pattern most resembles the Iginla curve.
Answered by: MikeM
Date published: 2013-05-20
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