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Easton Synergy 80 Grip Composite Stick
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Easton Synergy 80 Grip Composite Stick

2014 | 15926-41
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Synergy 80 Grip Stick is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 3.
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HIGHLIGHTS

  • Hypertoe™ blade
  • Hypertune™ technology
  • Segmented AirEx blade core

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FEATURES

Weight:460 GramsWeight of the product measured in grams.
Length:59 InchesLength of the product measured in inches.
Kick Point Position:MidInflection point where maximum stored energy is released.
Blade Construction:Hypertoe™Type 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

The Synergy 80 Grip Composite Stick is part of the elite Synergy collection, which incorporates technology while keeping a consistent look and not sacrificing performance.

The 80 Grip, like other Synergy sticks, uses Hypertune technology, which tunes the flex in the blade with the flex in the shaft. This stick also uses a Hypertoe blade construction, which is a stiffer blade that increases the velocity of the puck leaving the stick.

The shaft is tapered, becoming thinner towards the blade, and is equipped with a mid-taper kick point, which is the inflection point where energy is both stored inside the stick and is released. The tri-cell texture and grip coating on the shaft allow for a stronger grip on the stick and more stability.

The blade is constructed in segments using a multi-rib construction, increasing the life of the stick. The core of the blade includes AirEx and a micro-bladder construction, allowing for an easier puck handling experience.

Because the Synergy 80 Grip includes all of the high-end features of the other sticks in the Synergy collection, it will not disappoint on the ice.

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RATINGS & REVIEWS

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great stick with a good pop to it. Very light!
Date published: 2016-10-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great stick Love this stick. This is my second Synergy stick and I love it. As long as they make them I will sticking with it. "Pun intended" Very light and very quick.
Date published: 2016-10-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from good stick This stick was so nice because the curve and the flex are perfect.
Date published: 2016-03-06
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PRODUCT Q & A

What current easton blade pattern is iginla. Is it E36 or E3 please advise.

Asked by: Nuge
There is not a direct replacement for the Iginla pattern. Both the E36 and E3 are close, but they are not identical.
Answered by: JeffC
Date published: 2016-09-13

What is a "lie?" My son wants an Easton Synergy 80, E36, Lie 5, flex 100 grip for right hand.

Asked by: Mom3507
The lie represents the angle that the shaft makes when the blade is flat on the ice. The higher the number, the more upright the stick's shaft will be. The lie of a stick is specific to the blade pattern. In this case, the E36 has a lie of 5, so you would be correct in selecting that pattern.
Answered by: ConnerC
Date published: 2016-03-06
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