SHER-WOOD REKKER EK60 Hockey Stick
The Sherwood Rekker EK60 Grip Hockey Stick is not only the lightest low kick stick on the market, it's now also one of the strongest too. For the first time ever, the lower 1/3rd of the EK60 is reinforced with a nano-material called Graphene that is 200 times stronger than steel for unparalleled strength and durability in the key breakage area.
Outside of its newfound durability, the EK60 weighs in at 385 grams (based on a senior mode) thanks to Ekore Technology and pro-spec 12k carbon fiber. Ekore Technology is the handmade manufacturing process that takes about 8 times longer than the mechanized process and eliminates excess materials throughout. With a much more consistent finished product, Sherwood is able to build a sub-400 gram stick weight that offers even better feel and balance than the competition.
The VRF.2 blade is another standout feature that improves playability and feel. The EK60's blade features a carbon fiber reinforcement that runs heel to toe, protecting the high-performance foam package for deadly accuracy and puck feel that will last.
Heritage: Rekker EK15
Level of Play Guideline: Elite
Construction: True One-Piece
Shaft Dimensions: Rounded Corners / Double Concave Sidewalls
Flex Point: Low kick
Weight: 385 grams (based on a PP26 curve, 85 flex)
NOW IT’S HERE- THE FIRST GRAPHENE INFUSED COMPOSITE STICK TO EVER HIT THE ICE.
What’s graphene, you ask? Only the coolest composite material to show up on the sports scene in ages.
Graphene has been integrated into the key breakage areas of the REKKER EK60 to make your stick not only lighter, but more durable and more resistant against hacks and slashes.
That’s right! At just 385 grams, the REKKER EK60 is the lightest composite stick you can buy. The carbon fibre, infused with graphene, and the handcrafted quality of the REKKER EK60 makes it the perfect partner on the ice. Just what you need to get in there and fire off fast shots like it’s nobody’s business.
The best thing about the REKKER EK60? It does what you tell it to do. That means that it is every bit as good as you are, without holding you back. You react, and the stick reacts, working in sync like a team that has practiced together so much that they move as one. It is like your own hand, responding immediately and instinctively.