Easton Synergy EQ20
Released November, 2010
The Pros:Good Value Buy. Ribbed blade increases shot accuracy. Traditional almost wood look for a composite stick.
The Cons:Some players find it a little heavy. Not the best stick for getting off a quick shot. I don't like the black and yellow shaft.
The Easton Synergy EQ20 is a lower mid-cost composite hockey stick. The Synergy composite used to make this stick is geared toward power and energy transfer. The low kick-point of the Synergy EQ20 helps with quick shot release.
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The blade on this stick is designed to be forgiving, so that it offers a comfortable feel. This blade is also ribbed, which increases the stiffness, a design that helps to make shots more accurate. This stick differs from the higher cost Synergy EQ30 model in that the EQ30 has Visible Focus Weight Technology (which redistributes weight to the impact area to control hard passes and keep the puck on your blade), as well as a hybrid Kevlar-wrapped shaft (which helps with impact protection and vibration dampening). There are model variations for the Easton Synergy EQ20 composite hockey stick, each with blade options from a selection of NHL hockey players.
- Flex options
- Color: White/Yellow/Black
- Synergy construction
- Low kick-point
- Forgiving blade
- Ribbed blade
- Junior - $69.99, 50 Flex, Iginla/Hall blade options
- Intermediate - $79.99, 65 Flex, Iginla/Hall/Zetterberg blade options
- Senior - $89.99, 85 flex, Iginla/Hall/Zetterberg/Getzlaf blade options
User Reviews (3)
Ribbed blade increases shot accuracy
Traditional almost wood look for a composite stick
Some players find it a little heavy
Not the best stick for getting off a quick shot
I don't like the black and yellow shaft
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