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Easton Stealth RS Grip Composite Stick '12 Model
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Easton Stealth RS Grip Composite Stick '12 Model

2012 | 6987-41
[Senior]
Stealth RS Grip Comp Stick is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 6.
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HIGHLIGHTS

  • Elliptical profile
  • For greater accuracy, the blade stays closed through the shot
  • Kevlar wrapped shaft

VIDEO

FEATURES

Weight:462 GramsWeight of the product measured in grams.
Length:60 InchesLength of the product measured in inches.
Construction Material:Kevlar Wrapped CompositeType of material the product is made of.
Kick Point Position:LowInflection point where maximum stored energy is released.
Shaft Design:Pro Shaft Dimensions-Rounded Corners, Concave WallShape of the shaft edge.
Blade Construction:Compression Molded CompositeType of material the blade is made of.
Tapered:Yes; Eliptical TaperShaft width gets thinner towards the blade
Warranty:30 DaysPeriod of time the product is covered under a manufacturer's warranty.

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

The Stealth RS is one of the ultimate sniper sticks, built to give you the confidence to become a finisher on every scoring opportunity. 

  • Elliptical profile in the taper results in less torsional twist and less loss of energy, resulting in a quicker release
  • For greater accuracy, the blade stays closed through the shot.  This is achieved by combining compression and pressure processes used with advanced core materials
  • Kevlar wrapped shaft provides protection and a dampened feel as well as a lighter, stronger and better performing shaft that loads and unloads with more force
  • Low kick point
  • Pro shaft dimension
  • Matte finish blade
  • Grip coating  

See the journey of the RS and more videos here.

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SIZE CHART

Easton Blade Chart
Blade Pattern Size Lie Depth Curve Face
P3 Hall Sr / Int 5.5 1/2" Deep
Mid Open
P3 Hall Jr 4.5  1/2" Deep Mid Open
P4 Cammalleri Sr / Int 5 3/8" Shallow
Mid Heel Closed
P5  Getzlaf Sr 5.5 1/2" Deep
Heel Open
P6 Parise Sr 5.5 1/2" Deep Heel Open
P6 Parise Jr 5 1/2" Deep Heel Open
P7 Iginla Sr / Int 5.5 1/2" Deep Mid Closed
P7 Iginla Jr 4.5 1/2" Deep Mid Closed
P7 Iginla Yth 3 1/2" Deep Mid Closed
P9 Heatley Sr / Int 5 1/2" Deep Mid Closed
P9 Heatley Jr 4 1/2" Deep Mid Closed
P9 Heatley Yth 3 3/8" Shallow Mid Closed

 

RATINGS & REVIEWS

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best stick Extremely light weight. Allows powerful slap shot and wrist shot. Superficial layers easily abraded. Best stick I've ever used.
Date published: 2012-10-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good Twig While I do enjoy the new Stealth RS, it is important to keep in mind that commodities on all material have gone up so the result is that so have the price of hockey sticks. This was an effort to still produce the S19 without breaking the bank for people. Easton simply could not keep producing the quality stick that the S19 had without it costing $300. So my advice is buy an S19 while they are on clearance. You will not find a higher quality stick than that. The Stealth RS is a good stick but the S19 was a much better and of higher quality stick.
Date published: 2012-04-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Awesome Performance - Questionable Durability I've been playing Bauer sticks forever and decided to try a switch when a pre-order RS was offered to me. In golf terms, I started pulling passes, wrist shots, and slap shots which to me means this stick has better torsional stiffness. It took a while to adapt to this difference. I picked up a little on my wrist shots in general, not sure about slap shots, but the biggest performance difference is how much more speed I can get on a quick-release snap shot. Since my first one was from the first production run, I'm not sure if my comments on durability will be valid long term, but I'll speak anyway. I have tested and had S19's crack around the heel/hosel. The RS doesn't seem to do that. The shaft is light and from my perspective, the trade-off is durabilty. In the NHL and in my case, it looks like they tend to break prematurely, and almost randomly, in the mid-shaft area. I now have sticks from a later production run and so far, so good... The player in me says buy this for a competitive advantage, but if durability and long term cost matters more to you, choose the TotalOne.
Date published: 2012-01-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing Stick The RS is an amazing stick. I purchased the stick when it first came out and started using it right away. I play both ice and roller and the stick performs flawlessly on both surfaces. The stick is strong and durable with great flex points in the stick. If you buy the correct stick for your body type, you do not have to worry about it breaking it any more than a normal stick. It is extremely strong and takes a good beating from me. I play, both roller and ice, more than 5 times a week and has held up extremely well, it is a little beat up now but still gets the job done. I would buy this stick again in a heartbeat. I have two top notch sticks now, one is the RS the other is the APX. The only complaint I have about the RS is that it feels a bit hollow, similar to the S19, but the RS is a lot lighter so it’s understandable. Again, it’s a great stick that is super reliable and accurate with each shot. I’d recommend it to anyone looking into it.
Date published: 2012-01-17
Rated 1 out of 5 by from One game thats all!! I bought an RS Stealth this morning, I play regualr adult league hockey, took the stickers off, taped it up....had maybe a dozen shifts....snap! Cracked at the bottom where the shaft meets the blade. Honestly, one game? I will try and return it to Total Hockey, and I would hope they would replace it instead of making me paying 30$ Plus to ship it back to Easton.... I thought buying an expensive stick would make it last....yikes.... S19, EQ50...more durable, had both of those and they lasted alot longer.
Date published: 2011-12-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from wow This stick is sick. After playing around and getting adapted to how light the stick is i can say this is one of the best i have had. It has a verry fast release and the puck jumps of the blade. So far there has been no issues with the stick cracking like the older stealth did on the blade. I just wish it didnt have the 250 price tag
Date published: 2011-11-08
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PRODUCT Q & A

What replaced the Sakic curve?

Asked by: Anonymous
The Hall pattern has replaced the Sakic.
Answered by: Nathan
Date published: 2012-02-17

I am a defenseman, have been using a drury heel curve. but my shots go too high. what is a powerful curve i could try with less loft.

Asked by: Anonymous
Try a "one size fits all" pattern like the Iginla, it's curve starts near the heel but has a moderate twist. Or you could just practice, practice, practice. There's a good reason why most NHL defensemen use heel or mid-heel curves that are at least slightly open.
Answered by: tboar
Date published: 2012-01-18

Whats the weight in Grams?

Asked by: Anonymous
462 Grams, per the website.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2012-01-18

Is there going to be the Zetterberg curve, if not, what will be comparable to it?

Asked by: Anonymous
The zett is easton P4. It is now called the cammalleri
Answered by: Synergy49
Date published: 2011-11-09

How tall is it from the heel of the stick to the end of the shaft hopingat least 60 inches???

Asked by: Anonymous
The stick has a length of 60 inches with a weight of 1.04 pounds.
Answered by: JimS
Date published: 2011-09-14

Why only 2 flex options on Stealth RS Stick

I noticed the new RS Stealth stick only comes in 2 flexes, 85 and 100. Is there a reason Easton is not offering any other flex options for this stick?
Asked by: Anonymous
For now, Easton is only making the RS in those two flexes. As told by Easton, they will be adding those additional 75 and 100 flexes in either December or January.
Answered by: JimS
Date published: 2011-09-14
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