Easton Stealth S7
Released November, 2010
The Pros:Consistent feel throughout the blade. Affordable price- great value for a stick in the stealth line. Kevlar wrap on the stick increases durability.
The Cons:A little blade heavy. Simple design on the stick.
The Easton Stealth S7 is a low-cost composite hockey stick. The ultra thin taper and elliptical profile of this stick help with torsional control, and thus shot accuracy. Like all the sticks in this line, there are several blade pattern options for this stick, each endorsed by an NHL player.
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This stick is a step up from the lower cost Stealth S3 in that it has a Kevlar-wrapped shaft (for improved feel and impact protection), Micro-Bladder blade process (which helps with energy transfer), and Micro-Rib blade construction (which helps with a quick release and shot accuracy). However, this stick lacks the higher cost Stealth S13's more unique external design and larger amount of blade options. There are model variations for the Easton Stealth S7, which vary in price.
- Model variations
- Blade Patterns: Iginla, Sakic, Zetterberg (not available on junior or intermediate models)
- Color: Black/White/Blue
- Ultra thin taper
- Elliptical profile
- Composite construction
- Kevlar-wrapped shaft
- Micro-Rib blade construction
- Micro-Bladder blade process
- Junior - $59.99, 50 flex
- Junior Grip - $74.99, 50 flex
- Intermediate - $74.99, 65 flex
- Intermediate Grip - $79.99, 65 flex
- Senior - $79.99, choice of 85/100 flex
- Senior Grip - $84.99, choice of 85/100 flex
User Reviews (3)
Consistent feel throughout the blade
Affordable price- great value for a stick in the stealth line
Kevlar wrap on the stick increases durability
Blade molded well to the shaft. Gives a nice responsive feel
Quick release- thin taper helps get shots off quickly
Simple design on the stick
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