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CCM U+ Pro Stick


$175.00 Released November, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Excellent energy transfer, great for fast passes. Light enough to allow all of your power to go into making shots instead of holding the stick. Nice touch on the puck, gives good feedback.

The Cons:Direct smacking against other sticks at faceoff will eventually break the stick, possibly the very first time.

The CCM U+ Pro Stick is an upper mid-cost offering. The geometry of this stick is contoured for optimum performance and comfort. The blade of the U+ Pro Stick is advance compression molded, with a foam core and carbon bridge.

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This design allows for soft, precise handling while at the same time providing stiffness for powerful shots. This stick has a super lightweight carbon shaft geared toward optimizing energy transfer. The U+ Pro Stick has a true taper which is consistent, and makes for better quick shots. This stick differs from the lower cost U+ CL model in that it has a more solid feel (thanks to its higher weight), as well as more flex options. This stick differs from the higher cost U+ Octolight Stick in that the U+ Octolight stick weighs five grams less, has Nano composite reinforcement in its shaft, as well as an 8-sided taper and low kick point (which makes for quick unloading of the puck with less effort). The CCM U+ Pro Stick has flex/curve options. 

Features

  • Weight: 455 grams
  • Hollow point system energy transfer shaft
  • 100% ultra low aerial unidirectional super lightweight carbon fiber shaft
  • 360 degree interlaced fully woven wrap balance
  • Contoured geometry
  • Spray grip
  • 24" true taper
  • Advance compression molded blade w/ foam core and carbon bridge
  • 100% pre-preg blade
  • Color: Black/Red

Flex/Curve Options

  • STIFF 100 60" OVI- LEC- TAV
  • REG 85 60" OVI-LEC-TAV-THO
  • MED 75 58" OVI-LEC-TAV
  • LIGHT 65 57" OVI-TAV (Grip only)
  • JUNIOR 50" OVI-LEC-TAV (Grip only)
  • YOUTH 35 46" OVI

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Pros
  • 5

    excellent energy transfer, great for fast passes

  • 4

    light enough to allow all of your power to go into making shots instead of holding the stick

  • 4

    nice touch on the puck, gives good feedback

  • 3

    blade is compression-molded, very responsive

  • 2

    just enough weight to help with follow-through

  • 1

    uses the traditional geometry, allowing instant pickup and play without needing to get used to it

Cons
  • 0

    direct smacking against other sticks at faceoff will eventually break the stick, possibly the very first time

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