Like the Synergy HTX Composite Stick, the HTX Grip includes many unique features, but just adds one more element to the shaft.
Identical to the other sticks in the Synergy collection, the HTX Grip provides a fine-tuned flex between the shaft and blade using Hypertune technology. It also uses Hypertoe technology, which is a stronger, longer lasting blade construction leading to a higher velocity when the puck leaves the blade.
The HTX Grip also provides a tapered shaft, where the shaft becomes thinner as it approaches the blade, and a mid-taper kick point, which is the inflection point where energy is stored in the stick then released. The difference between this stick and other Synergy sticks is that the shaft incorporates a tri-cell texture covering the tapered shaft, which maximizes grip and stability for a player while shooting.
The stick is comprised of multiple segments and a durable multi-rib construction. The shaft is also constructed using a uni-directional carbon balance for more stability. The blade includes a core made with AirEx as well as micro-bladder construction, allowing for easier puck handling.
The HTX Synergy Grip includes all of the highly praised features as the other Synergy sticks, just a slightly different grip for all of your hockey needs.